As the birthplace of Starbucks, home to the Seahawks, and the largest city in the state of Washington, Seattle needs no introduction. It is a thriving urban and cultural hub, home to some of the most prolific tech and aeronautics companies in the world, and is filled to the brim with culture and history. Whether you’re wanting to go exploring the different shops at Pike’s Place, going to a Mariner’s game, or checking out some live music on Capitol Hill, Seattle has a little bit of everything.
Like most older major cities, Seattle’s houses are extremely diverse. The city has over a century’s worth of different architectural styles, ranging from the more modest Cape Cod and Colonial style homes common in Capitol Hill to the highly modern new developments in Ballard. Regardless of your home, Safeguard is here to assist with all of your Seattle home inspection needs!
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Here at Safeguard, we pride ourselves in the thoroughness of our home inspections. Each inspection is fully comprehensive, providing a thorough visual inspection of all accessible areas and elements of a house in line with the InterNACHI Standards of Practice.
Our home inspection service includes:
Your home’s first line of defense against the weather! A roof is one of the most crucial aspects of your home that your home inspector will inspect.
From the siding material to a property’s surface drainage, a home’s exterior is comprised of multiple different features your home inspector will check.
Your home inspector will provide a thorough inspection top-to-bottom of all interior features, systems, and fixtures, from the foundation to the kitchen sink!
HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. Though the extent of HVAC systems can vary, there are key things a home inspector will check.
Your home’s plumbing is a complex network comprised of three systems that supply water, transport waste, and provide fuel for your home.
Your home inspector is going to check to make sure that your electrical panels, outlets, and all electrical wiring are both functioning and safe to use.
A sewer scope inspection is used to determine the structural and functional state of a home’s sewer line which we highly encourage you to have us perform.
In a moment’s notice, a fire can spread and do an enormous amount of damage to your building. This is why we encourage you to have your sprinklers checked regularly.
If you have any general questions regarding our provided services or our home inspection processes, please check out one of our many resource pages!
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