Thinking of selling? Schedule a
Inspection to uncover items that are sure to come up in
a buyer’s inspection. Maintain the integrity of your
home and eliminate costly bargaining chips that decrease
the sale price of your real estate transaction.
to buy? From new construction to properties on the
National Historic Registry, any home you consider
purchasing requires a thorough inspection. Schedule a
pre-purchase inspection to help you find any potential
items that may factor into your buying decision, give
you leverage in renegotiating the sale price, or allow
you to request repairs before closing.
property typically involves a significant investment. Every
building, whether an apartment building, storage facility,
or grocery store, needs to be completely inspected prior to
purchase in order to properly protect that investment.
A key part of
commercial inspections is
infrared thermography. An infrared
inspection of electrical panels and machinery helps identify
areas that consume higher amounts of energy than necessary.
Infrared thermography can also
identity potential water
leaks in the overall structure of the building.
infrared thermography with your inspection before you close
the sale to find any issues that may cost hundreds of
thousands to repair later.
Pacific Northwest Building Inspections
infrared camera to be one of the most
important tools in an inspector’s tool bag. A
scientific process that essentially measures thermal
or infrared energy, infrared thermography can detect
insulation, air leakage, water, electrical, heating,
and cooling problems.
Without any disruptive – or destructive –
exploration, Pacific Northwest Building Inspections can discover water leaks around
windows, doors, interior and exterior walls, roofs,
and water pipes. Wall insulation and the heating and
cooling efficiency of windows and doors can also be
assessed by using an infrared camera.
"When I bought my home a few years ago, John was recommended
to me by my realtor. She said he had previously owned a
construction business and knew houses "inside out." John's
building experience impressed me and I felt it gave him an
edge above others who had just taken courses to become a
I have since used John for problems that have come up with
my home. He relies on his mental rolodex of industry experts he
knows can fix the problem in a professional and cost
effective way. One time he felt a roofing company had over
charged me to repair a leak and asked that they readjust
their bill - and they did.
John takes great pride in a job well done – and if you are
not satisfied, he will work to ensure that you do become a
~ Kathy B., Seattle