|HARMON HOME INSPECTIONS Inc.
Greater Sacramento: 916-799-3581
Bay Area: 408-786-8226
Serving all of Sacramento, Napa,
Fairfield, Vacaville, Stockton, Modesto, and the Bay Area
| Services That We Provide
Pre-Purchase Home Inspections: Home buyers need to have a professional inspection in order to learn the condition of the house they are planning to purchase.
Few houses are perfect and a quality inspection will allow a potential buyer to consider the expense of any needed repairs and make an informed purchase decision. The
cost of a professional inspection is small when compared to the peace of mind gained from knowing the true condition of the property under consideration.
Pre-Listing Home Inspection: Home sellers use home inspections to learn of repairs or service needs that should be handled before they put their houses on the
market. Completing repairs in advance eliminates a source of stress and minimizes requests by potential buyers to lower the price of the house to allow for future repairs.
The house that is in excellent condition will be easier for the seller to market and will attract better offer.
Home Check-Up: Your home is a complicated mass of interacting components. Your house should have a home check-up at least every 5 years. The benefits of a
check-up include identifying deficiencies with the major components of your house, identifying safety concerns, and preventing minor deficiencies from developing into
major problems. Head-off damage to your home before it occurs and give yourself peace of mind about the condition of your home.
Commercial Inspections: A commercial property is defined as the building structures and improvements located on a parcel or commercial real estate. These may
include structures such as buildings with residential units operated for profit, mixed-use buildings, strip malls, motels, factories, storage facilities, restaurants, and office
buildings. The inspection is defined as the process of an inspector collecting information through visual observations during a walk-through survey of the subject
property, conducting research about the property, and then generating a meaningful report about the condition of the property based on the observations made and
research conducted by the inspector. A commercial inspection requires the inspector to make observations, conduct research, and report findings.
ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Inspections: This can be included with a commercial inspection or performed as a stand alone inspection. This inspection
will insure that your business complies with the 1991 standards or the 2010 standards (whichever is applicable) established to make sure that all service type businesses
are accessible to customers with disabilities. Businesses that provide good or services to the public are called "public accommodations" in the ADA. The ADA
establishes requirements for 12 categories of public accommodations which include stores,restaurants, bars, service establishments, theaters, hotels, recreational
facilities, private museums and schools, doctor' and dentists' offices, shopping malls, and other businesses. Nearly all types of businesses that serve the public are
included in the 12 categories, regardless of the size of the business or the age of their buildings.
| We perform Residential and Commercial inspections