Orange County certified home & commercial inspector
Professional Home Inspections
Certified Orange County certified home & commercial inspector   CREIA, CCI & ASHI, ASI Orange County certified home & commercial inspectorHome Inspectors


E-mail         Office: 949 716-0934  Cell: 949 981-6558
Inspections & Reports match or exceed "CREIA" Standards
The latest high tech software (3D) presents the inspection data
in "Real Time", to support the Real Estate Process
Reports are available by E-mail (PDF file) and Fax after the inspection.


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Orange County certified home & commercial inspector
All inspections are conducted by CREIA/ASHI  inspector Dick Seay,
not an unqualified trainee
Inspections are a thorough visual examination of the physical
structures & systems of the property, for the purpose of providing
an objective professional opinion of the condition of the property.
We focus on the major (expensive) systems, which usually need correction by licensed professionals
Including: Structural Components (visible), Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Roof Components,
All Leak Potential, Retaining Walls, Energy Efficiency, Safety Considerations.
Details of the Report include:
Computer generated reports with digital colored photos
Easy to read layout with glossary of special home inspection terms, newsletters & energy tips
Each report separately identifies significant issues and concerns with color codes
Major areas of the report:
Foundation Exteriors Roof Coverings
Attic & Roof Framing Plumbing Systems Water Heater(s)
Electrical Systems Heating Systems Central Cooling Systems
Building Interior Kitchen & Bathrooms Built-in Appliances
Garage / Carport Pool & Spa Option Drainage at Building


Fees are relative to the building and property size & features, we are competitive with quality services.
Fees are due with presentation of report and walk through consultation, unless previously arranged.

Help prepare your home for inspection will always endeavor to provide you with the best inspection possible.          

One way that you, the home seller, can help, is to prepare your home for the inspection. 

Specifically, you can do the following:

  • Make sure that access to the house is provided, either by means of a lock box, your realtor, the buyer's realtor, or you being there.

  • Make sure that all parts of the house are accessible and visible, including the attic, crawl space, etc.

  • Make sure that all utilities are on, the pilot lights are lit, etc.  Since a home inspection involves examining all major systems and appliances, failure to this may require a re-visit to the house to complete the inspection.

  • Keep all pets out of the way during the inspection.

  • Share any pertinent information that you know about the house with the inspector.  This includes both the good and the bad.  For example, if you just put in a new hot water heater last month, let the inspector know.  Likewise, if your bathtub leaks because it needs to be re-caulked, that also should be pointed out to the inspector.  Moreover, if you had your own inspection done, share that with the buyer's inspector, including what repairs were made as a result of your inspection.



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