On the Mark Pro Home Inspections will walk you through every step of the home inspection process. We are always there to answer questions, and to explain the findings of all home inspections.
On the Mark Pro Home Inspections, LLC is located in Richland, Washington, serving the (Tri-cities) Kennewick, Pasco, Richland, Yakima Valley and Columbia Basin areas. I am committed to help home buyers make informed buying decisions.
Our home inspections usually take 2-4 hours depending on the size and age of your home. A detailed inspection report is available shortly after the inspection, usually same or following day. It is emailed directly to you, and your realtor or other parties you request. I am confident that On the Mark Pro Home Inspections can and will facilitate quickly all your home inspection needs.
Call us today at 509-388-1750 to make an appointment today.
I've served in the construction industry for more than 30 years and have a proven track record of surpassing expectations in terms of competency and performance. Call today for a free home inspection checklist.
TIPS FROM THE HOME INSPECTOR
Just a few thoughts if you're considering selling your home.
A fresh coat of paint and some new landscaping may seem like obvious first steps in prepping your home for sale, but when it comes to the home inspection (which will happen if you're selling), there’s much more to do.
Start outside repairing minor things like loose steps, disconnected gutters and rotted trim. Look, with a critical eye, for anything that’s been neglected and needs repair, like a rotted windowsill ...or missing roof shingle. A pair of binoculars is a good tool to use for the roof review. Besides missing shingles, look for loose metal flashing around chimneys and plumbing vents, a common cause of leaks.
Inside the home, give your mechanical systems an honest assessment. If your heating and cooling system hasn’t been recently inspected and serviced, do it now. Remember to change the filter. If you are aware of any minor plumbing or electrical repairs that need to be done, get them done way before the home inspection takes place. Leaky toilet fill valves, drippy faucets or electrical outlets that don’t work might seem minor, but fixing them now not only means you’ll have less to worry when the inspection is done, it also shows both the inspector and the buyers that you’ve taken good care of your home.