You can count on WIN Home Inspection Southeast Idaho to provide you with the best home inspection service and an unbiased, comprehensive report on the condition of the property. Our home inspectors are always reliable, professional, and knowledgeable.
A comprehensive WIN Home Inspection Report is prepared by a highly trained WIN home inspector, delivered within 24 hours (next business day) – often the same day.
A WIN pre-listing home inspection provides you with comprehensive information on the current condition of your home and includes recommendations for property repairs and enhancements to improve the home’s value and marketability.
More common in competitive real estate markets with multiple offers, this preliminary, information-only home inspection evaluates a home’s major systems and any potential issues, giving home buyers the information to make an informed decision on whether to place an offer on a property.
There are many aspects of condominiums, townhomes, manufactured and mobile homes, duplexes and multiplexes that differ from a permanent residence. Similar to a full home inspection, the home inspector reviews all visual aspects of all major systems specific to these types of homes.
Buying a newly constructed home gives you the opportunity to pick the colors, finishes, and other details that truly make a house your own. But how can you be sure that the quality of your new home isn’t only skin deep? New construction inspections from WIN monitor the home building process at critical building stages to verify that the construction is sound and provides you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your new home.
Water quality testing is a home buyer's or home owner's first line of defense to ensure that their home's drinking water is safe to drink. WIN Home Inspection uses only accredited laboratories for our certified drinking water analysis.
WIN Home Inspection can perform a well flow analysis (also known as 'well pump performance') to let you know if your well system is delivering an adequate water supply to your home, if repairs or adjustments are warranted, or if you may need to find another water source for your home.