What We Inspect

Professional and competent home inspectors are fully trained in the proper operation of all common home systems.

These systems generally include

Structural Components

Foundations, support structures, floors, walls and ceilings.

Exterior Components

Siding paint, windows, decks, garage doors, etc.


Coverings, flashings, vents, chimneys, eaves and soffits, etc.


Piping, fixtures, faucets, water heating and fuel storage systems, etc.


Wiring, main service panels, conductors, switches, receptacles, etc.


Equipment, safety controls, distribution systems, chimneys, etc.


Cooling and air-handling equipment controls and ducting, etc.


Partitions, ceilings, floors, railings, doors and windows, etc.

Insulation and Ventilation

Attics, walls, floors, foundations, kitchen and bathrooms, etc.

Additional Fees

Additional fees can apply to inspect these systems:

Multiple Kitchens
Multiple heating and cooling systems
Shops and additional out buildings (1 garage/carport included in inspection price)
Multiple Unit Inspections
Square footage over 3000 Sg. Ft.
Mileage Charge based on location of property to be inspected

Types of Additional Services Performed by Inland Northwest Home Inspections

There are many other types of property inspections offered by home inspectors, depending on your needs:

Mountain Cabin Inspections
Manufactured Home Inspection
Standard Home Inspections
Pre-Listing Inspections
Pre-Purchase Inspections
New Construction Inspections
Multiunit Inspections
Condominiums (interior only)
Annual Maintenance Checkup
Specific Inspections (available upon request)
Expert Witness (Litigation Purposes)
Photographic Documentation

Home Inspectors should present the customer with a clearly written, typed or printed home inspection report, which must conform to the accepted standards of practice for the state the inspection is performed in or the standards of practice of the association that the home inspector belongs to.