InterNACHI will pay up to $25,000 (USD; maximum collective aggregate) for the cost of replacement of personal property lost (and not recovered, restituted or insured) during an inspection and stolen by an InterNACHI-certified member who was convicted of or pleaded guilty (or no contest) to any criminal charge resulting from the member's taking of the client's personal property. Claimant agrees that the exclusive venue for any action against InterNACHI arising out of this Honor Guarantee is the District Court in Boulder County, Colorado. InterNACHI's Honor Guarantee is valid in all of the U.S. and Canada.
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In Michigan There Are ZERO Requirements To Be A Home Inspector! No education or training necessary you don't even need insurance. What does this mean for you? It means with no regulations your family doctor, car mechanic or even your own child can be a residential or commercial property inspector. They can do this without any prior knowledge about foundations or inner workings of what make up a house such as the plumbing, electrical, HVAC systems and recognizing potential mold, lead, or asbestos.
Don't panic, at Oakland County Home Inspections we are licensed with the State of Michigan as a plan reviewer and building inspector, insured, have many multiple certifications and years of experience in construction to put your mind at ease! Want to learn more about what qualifies us?
The last thing a customer who just bought a home wants to discover shortly after buying their home; outlets that don't work, clogged pipes, a leaky roof or cracked foundation, overlooked by an unqualified inspector. Jobs like these can range in cost from less than a hundred to a few thousand depending on severity. We understand that buying a home is costly and while home owners anticipate a few issues, many get more than they bargained for.
An inspector is not there to make the decision regarding wether or not you should purchase a property or to determine the value of the property. An inspector's job to make you aware of the state of the home or building you are considering buying, and to assist you in being more informed before making your decision. While home inspections seem negative most often its because its viewed as the inspector telling you only the things wrong, but a good inspection tells you the positive qualities as well. Inspections are intended to keep buyers informed and sellers honest, but can also inform sellers of potential concerns to make repairs before beginning the process of listing ensuring they make the most of their investment.
Oakland County Home Inspections is a full service property inspection company.
Services we provide: Basic or Detailed Home Inspections, Commercial Property Inspections, Sewer Camera Inspection, Ventilation Camera Inspections, Chimney Inspections, HUD Inspections
Testing Available for: Radon in Air, Radon in Water, Moisture, Mold in Air, Surface Mold, Lead Paint, Lead in Water
*Prices will vary based on size of the home and services provided.Payment can be made by cash or check. Additional charges apply to all credit card transactions*
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Oakland County Home Inspections aims to provide more than just a home inspection. We offer what we call "The Full Package" with all residential buyer home inspections. The Full package includes: 90 Day Warranty, SewerGard, MoldSafe, Platinum 5 Year Roof Leak Protection, RecallChek, Full Concierge Service, InterNACHI's Buy Back Guarantee. We are licensed by the State of Michigan as a Registered Code Official and Inspector as well as a 203k Inspector/HUD Certified inspector.
What Makes Us Qualified To Be Your Property Inspector? Our inspector, Dean, is a Registered Code Official & Inspector by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, approved 203k Consultant by US Department of HUD. The State of Michigan requires hours monthly of continuing education, we receive this in person through SEMBOIA. The SouthEast Michigan Building Officials & Inspectors Association provides high quality continuing education training for the re-registration of building officials, building inspectors, and plan examiners as required under Michigan Public Act 407 of 2016.
Dean is also certified by InterNACHI. All InterNACHI inspectors have a total of 86 training hours they receive through the the program. InterNACHI inspectors are also required to take 24 hours of continuing education per year to maintain their certification status. We are also licensed builders who continue to regularly work in the construction industry. Licensed builders are required to take a 60 hour training course and pass a mandatory two-part State exam, that is always being changed and updated. Licensed builders are also required to take continuing competency courses before renewing their license every three years to ensure we stay up to date on new technology, codes and minimum standards of building.