Lake City Inspections has locations in both Spokane County and North Idaho and provides home inspections and related real estate and home services.
Our team at Lake City Inspections strives to provide a superior client experience rooted in professionalism and excellence. Our Washington State licensed home inspectors, Certified Professional Home Inspectors® and Certified Master Inspectors® go beyond the industry standards by providing over $100,000 in warranty coverage on vital components of the home, including roof leak coverage for five years from the date of the inspection.
Lake City Inspections has locations in Spokane County, WA and North Idaho.
We love people and strive to provide a superior client experience rooted in professionalism and excellence. Our Washington State licensed home inspectors, Certified Professional Inspectors and Certified Master Inspectors sincerely enjoy providing exceptional value to our clients and bringing them peace of mind when it matters most!
What Is Included In A Home Inspection?
An inspection performed by our licensed and certified home inspectors includes all major systems found in a home that are important to potential buyers per Washington State and InterNACHI Standards of Practice. These include HVAC, interior and exterior sheathing materials, roofing, visible plumbing, visible electrical, windows, foundations, and other visible components of the property.
It is important to note that a home inspection is a non-invasive visual examination of a residential property. Not all defects may be possible to identify. For example, inspectors can test and inspect the plumbing system (water flow, drainage, visible leaks, etc.), but can't view components inside walls or components inaccessible at the time of inspection. Homebuyers should consider purchasing home warranty coverage to protect their investment. Every home that we inspect for buyers or sellers qualifies for an exclusive 18-Month Home Warranty from Residential Warranty Services that features the most comprehensive warranty coverage available in the United States.
A home inspection is not a "code inspection" and primarily seeks to identify major defects and conditions that are deemed "material" and may affect the functionality of the home. We also place emphasis on safety concerns and strive to educate potential buyers or sellers on items that may present issues or need immediate attention. Any questions regarding permits for inspected properties should be directed to the relevant municipal or county building departments.