Home Inspections - Thorough, Reliable
Are you searching for a reliable home inspector? Do you want a quick and efficient service that provides you with the relevant information you need prior to the purchase of a home? At Pinpoint Property Inspections we provide services that are designed to give you peace of mind. To find out more, call us at (775) 443-6112.
We're Here For YOU
If you're planning on buying a home in Northern Nevada, it's vital that you hire an inspector that would inspect your home as they would theirs. As your inspector we are independent of other parties involved in the transaction. We work for YOU. We provide you with an independent, objective and comprehensive inspection of the property to help you understand its condition at the time of the inspection. Trust Pinpoint Property Inspections to do the job thoroughly every single time.
Why Pinpoint Property Inspections?
We respect your time and your home - It's our pledge to always show up on time for our scheduled appointment in clean, professional attire for the job.
Excellent, friendly customer service.
Locally owned and operated.
We follow strict inspection guidelines set forth by the state of Nevada.
First time home buyer? We provide clear, easy to read reports that you can understand.
After The Inspection
Tips & Other Good Stuff
A walk-thru at the end of the inspection with the prospective buyer is strongly encouraged. This allows us to present a much greater appreciation and understanding of the home's condition and details found in the report. If the buyer cannot be present, a telephone appointment or meeting can be scheduled in order to discuss the inspection findings.
Read your home inspection report thoroughly. If you have any concerns or need clarification, no matter how minor the issue, please do not hesitate to call us.
Have Your Home Ready for Inspection
Are you about to have your home inspected? If so, follow these steps to help ensure the inspection goes smoothly:
Be sure ALL utilities are on.
Alarms/Burglar systems should be unarmed prior to inspector's arrival.
Any known deficiencies or safety issues with the property should be reported to inspector prior to inspection day.
Unlock any access panels.
Ensure that the inspector can safely gain access to the home and all areas of the home.
Pets - Dogs, cats and anything that can bite or harm someone (whether they ever have or not) should be removed from the property for the day of inspection. We're strangers to them and they may act out. Aside from possible injuries, while inspecting we open doors, crawlspace accesses, etc. We don't want our furry friends to run off and/or become injured themselves.