Residential Building Inspection Services
you get when you hire Pacific Northwest Building Inspections
to inspect your potential Seattle dream house?
Expertise. Pacific Northwest Building Inspections
has conducted over 3,000
inspections in the Greater Seattle/Puget Sound
area and has the expertise to provide you with an
unbiased, comprehensive overview of the property you
intend to buy.
Knowledge. Because of the thoroughness of each
Seattle house inspection, you will have complete insight
into every existing issue – and even future concerns –
that may affect not only the purchase price, but also
whether or not you proceed with the transaction.
Peace of mind. Most of all, you can be assured that
you will know, after a Pacific Northwest Building
Inspections inspection, if your intended purchase is
right for you.
What Kind of
Seattle Inspections Does Pacific Northwest Building
• Seattle Seller’s
• Seattle Buyer’s
• Multi-family Dwellings
• Seattle Commercial
• New Construction: Foundation, Pre-Dry Wall, Final
• Apartment, Condominium, Townhouse
• Maintenance/home Improvement
• Isolation System Inspection
• Seattle Mold Inspections
• Water Damage Inspections
• Electrical panel and machinery
• One-year Warranty Inspections
• Discovery and expert witness for real estate and
Inclusive Report of Findings
Northwest Building Inspections takes advantage of the most
advanced technology available today so a full report will be
available onsite at the conclusion of the inspection.
Pacific Northwest Building Inspections incorporates digital
(and infrared upon request) photographs taken during the
inspection into the report.
City of Neighborhoods
grown through a series of annexations of smaller neighboring
communities. On May 3, 1891, Magnolia, Wallingford, Green
Lake, and the University District (then known as Brooklyn)
were annexed. The town of South Seattle was annexed on
October 20, 1905. Between January 7 and September 12, 1907,
Seattle nearly doubled its land area by annexing six
incorporated towns and areas of unincorporated King County,
including Southeast Seattle, Ravenna, South Park, Columbia
City, Ballard, and West Seattle. Three years later, after
having difficulties paying a $10,000 bill from the county,
the town of Georgetown merged with Seattle. Finally, on
January 4, 1954, the area between N. 85th Street and N.
145th Street was annexed, including the neighborhoods of
Maple Leaf, Lake City, View Ridge and Northgate.
Over a dozen
Seattle neighborhoods have Neighborhood Service Centers,
originally known in 1972 as "Little City Halls" and even
more have their own street fair and/or parade during the
summer months. The largest of the city's street fairs
feature hundreds of craft and food booths and multiple
stages with live entertainment, and draw more than 100,000
people over the course of a weekend. In addition, at
least half a dozen neighborhoods have weekly farmers'
markets, some with as many as fifty vendors.
Comprehensive Seattle Home Inspection, Inside and Out
Northwest Building Inspections will examine every aspect of
your property, including:
• Retaining walls
• Driveways and walkways
• Basement and crawl spaces
• Roof and gutters
• Electrical systems
• Water heater
• Plumbing systems
• Heating systems
• Air conditioning
• Porches and decks
• Spas or hot tubs