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House Blindness

A home inspection can be requested at any time during home ownership. Most common misconceptions are that an inspection is for buying and or selling of a home. Not True! We want to help prevent house blindness among our local homeowners. What is house blindness you ask? It’s where current homeowners let the condition of…


A Walk-Through-Consultation can be a great option for an inspection. Redpine Home Inspections recommends an inspection of any type is better than not getting an inspection at all. Benefits: What to expect during a Walk-Through-Consultation:

11th Month Warranty Inspection

Most new home builders may offer a one to two-year warranty with their homes for home buyers. With new construction, a new home can have as many or if not more than an older home. Redpine Home Inspections strongly recommended to have an inspection before the warranty expires. Examples of issues we find during warranty…

Currently Own A Home?

Home inspectors are one of the few industries where someone can inspect an entire home as a whole system. Other industries usually only look/repair the current issue not the cause of the issue. A home inspection report can help find issues the homeowner may be unaware of, or in need of repair to help avoid…

Plumbing Month

Did you know the galvanized pipe was used in homes between 1930 until 1960? Important things to look out for: A home inspector can help find out what type of plumbing you have in your home. If you have questions or concerns, please call us directly.

Plumbing Month

Home Inspections are not just for buying and selling a home. They can be used for a great opportunity to find out the condition of your homes as a system and its components. Did you know the polyethylene piping was used in homes between 1978 until 1995? Important things to look out for: