Every Property Inspection is Different

At Aspire Property Inspection, we have experience with everything from condos to large luxury homes and everything in between. From various foundation systems to differences in the type of HVAC equipment installed, homes can come in a wide variety of styles.

Typically a property inspection will include the following:

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  • Foundation & Grading

  • Roof

  • Attic space

  • Rain gutters and downspouts

  • Exterior brick, stucco, or siding

  • Electrical panel, light switches, and power outlets

  • Thermostats and heating, cooling, and ventilation (HVAC) system

  • Plumbing fixtures, faucets, and water heater

  • Sump Systems

  • Appliances

  • Walls, ceilings, and floors

  • Doors and windows

  • Stairs, steps, and railings

  • Porches and balconies

  • Walkways and driveways

  • Basement and/or Crawlspace

  • Garage (if attached)

Denver Rental Inspection

In addition to performing other types of inspections, Aspire Property Inspection can also help with completing the inspection portion of the Denver Residential Rental Property registration. The purpose of the new policy to is ensure rental homes meet all health and safety standards.

Your inspector will meet the requirements of this policy with the following credentials:

  • Master Inspector Certification Board

  • R5 ICC Building Inspector

For more information on getting your rental property registered please visit: https://www.denvergov.org/Home

New Construction Inspection – 3 Phases

Pre-Drywall

Pre-Drywall

Some of the items in the home can not be seen once the drywall is installed:

  • Rough-in electrical and plumbing

  • Framing

  • Trusses

  • Potential Moisture Damage

Pre-Close

Pre-Close

Getting a property inspection prior to closing can prevent living through major warranty repairs.

  • Sewer Repairs

  • Opening dryall to access defects within the walls of the home

Warranty

Warranty

Get your home inspected for warranty-related issues before time runs out. Some sellers discover issues wth their home when they decide to move. In these instances the warranty has typically expired.