We strongly encourage all of our clients to accompany us during the inspection. You should feel free to ask the inspector any questions you may have during the inspection process. The inspector will point out problems and explain them to you. The inspector will also show you the good points of the house as well. Plus, we will explain what routine maintenance is needed to keep the house in top condition. This will help you to get the most benefit from the inspection and gain the most understanding of the systems that make up your home, and how to maintain it.Youll get a comprehensive report that is easy to understand. Everything identified during the inspection will be included in the report.Armed with the information our report will provide, you can make your decision with confidence.
Taylored Restoration’s long history here in Alaska means that we went through the downturn of the eighties. Taylored survived, but it was difficult in many ways and we worked hard to get beyond it. Through these trials, we learned the extreme value of our customers and their referrals. We became dedicated to being customer-focused. It is you, as the customer, that will benefit from this legacy. Taylored Restoration is now owned by Elaine and Larry Taylor’s son, Trent Taylor. Trent grew up in the business and will continue to strive to always do the right thing. We will always try to make decisions that are in the best interest of our customers. We have completed thousands of residential and commercial projects, yet we are more proud of the number of return customers. We hope we have the opportunity to have you become one of our “Customers for Life.”
Sommer Enterprises Home Inspections has been providing premium quality inspections for Alaskans in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley and around the state since 2012. Thirty years of experience in the construction field and many hours of continuing education have given us the advantage of an in-depth understanding of Alaskan homes and the building performance issues that sometimes affect homes like yours
Raise The Roof Inspections is committed to serving you, our customer. Our business is built on trust, integrity, and ensuring you have the information you need about one of the largest investments you’ll make. Choosing the right home inspector can help ease your stress and give you peace of mind. We will help you make sure your investment is secure. Ultimately, a thorough home inspection depends heavily on experience and attention to detail. With Raise The Roof Inspections, you are getting a Certified Professional Inspector who understands the commitment you are about to make. When you hire us to inspect your new home, we guarantee that we will care for the home as if it were our own.
Incorporated in 2001, Satori Group, Inc. is a successful WOSB/SDB offering a full range of environmental services including hazardous materials remediation, building surveys, groundwater & mold services, building demolition, consulting services, and a full catalog of health & safety training courses.Satori Group is committed to providing responsive, innovative, and professional services, while meeting budget parameters and project timelines. Our degreed professionals are knowledgeable and have an expertise in construction management, environmental sciences, industrial hygiene, and OSHA and EPA health and safety issues. Our training division staff offers comprehensive courses that ensure knowledge with the latest industry standards
In 1993 we (my Family) came to Anchorage for a two-week trip. Staying with relatives and traveled around seeing the sites of Fairbanks, Tok, and Valdez. I was in amazement at the glaciers, moose running wild along the roadsides. We had wolves running across the road, a black bear in Valdez, the fishing boats in the harbor, it was amazing. My brother-in-law (Harry) set up a fishing trip out of Homer AK. We drove down the day before and stayed in a motel. I was so excited, like a kid in a candy store. I had trouble sleeping that evening and as soon as Harry rose from his slumber. I was after him to head for the harbor. We arrive at the fishing charters only to be told the boat had been overbooked. The charter company realized what had happened and they started calling other captains in the area. We were so lucky, a captain said he would take us fishing. Just the Captain, Harry, and I, usually the boats wouldn’t take just two customers, as the fuel costs wouldn’t cover the costs. This turned out to be a great trip. I caught a 150 lb. halibut yielding 94 lbs. of meat. What could have been a bad day turned into a great day
Established in 2001 by Troy Bloxom. Located in Eagle River, Alaska. We are a full-service home inspection company, inspecting existing homes, new construction and as an FHA 203K Consultant. Radon Testing, Mold Sampling, and Infrared Camera scans can be added to any inspection. We inspect single-family, multi-family, and light commercial Buildings. Our focus area is the Anchorage Municipality and the Matanuska Susitna Borough, although we do inspect Statewide. Troy has over 40 years of construction and inspection experience. His wife, Creta also works in the company and brings over 40 years of experience in several aspects of the real estate industry.
Buyers’ Home Inspections: A buyer’s inspection is the most common type of Home Inspection. It is conducted during the real estate transaction, typically after an offer has been accepted by the seller. In this inspection, the buyer will contract a Home Inspector to systematically investigate the home. The primary concern of the inspector should be Health & Safety items, such as stair and rail spacings, bedroom window sizes, and electrical concerns. Also, any observable structural concerns will be noted. A running list of maintenance concerns will also be recorded. During the walkthrough, it is strongly encouraged that the client is present. Although the old addum states that ‘A picture is worth a thousand words, I find that the scope and magnitude of major(and minor) concerns are much easier to convey in person as we move through the property. At the conclusion of the walkthrough, if the client is on-site, major concerns can be discussed in greater detail, and any questions or comments of the client can be addressed. A written report with pictures will be sent out, typically within 24 hours of the walkthrough, that will give the client a comprehensive overview of the house’s observable health and condition.Pre-Listing(Sellers) Home Inspections: A Pre-listing Home Inspection, typically referred to as a ‘Seller’s’ inspection, is much the same as the buyer’s inspection, with the leading difference that the client is the homeowner. This inspection is best conducted 3-12 months before the home is placed on the market. The items inspected will give the homeowner an unbiased third-party opinion on the observable health of the home. A buyers inspection has the potential to reveal things unknown about the home, typically hidden in the attic, crawlspace or roof areas of the home, that the homeowner is not aware of single System Surveys: Do have a specific need to assess the condition of a single system, i.e. roof, deck or crawlspace? Sometimes insurance companies need to have a third party verify functional conditions. Other times, you may know something specific is wrong but would like an unbiased third party to investigate and verify your findings before calling the specialists to make necessary repairs. Maintenance Surveys: Single systems, multiple systems, or the whole house….what condition is your home in? Identifying maintenance items early can save you money and time. Start planning today to keep your home in top condition, whether you plan to sell next year or stay put indefinitely in your dream home. Radon Testing: Radon is produced from a natural breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the US. It is colorless and odorless. Some areas are known to have higher radon levels than others, but many factors can play together and can cause one home to have very low radon levels, and the house across the lot line to have levels that should cause concern. The only way to identify radon gas and determine the level is to test. Well Water Sampling: If the water to your home, or the one you would like to buy, is supplied by a private well or spring, you should consider having it tested before moving in and periodically in the future. Many things affect drinking water qualities, and they have the potential to change unexpectedly. When they change, you or your family may be exposed to unknown, but avoidable and preventable health risks.
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