Sewer Scope 


Is a sewer scope worth it?  Should I get A Sewer Scope ?

   Absolutely. As touched upon above, a sewer line is often one of the most costly things to repair in a home. Getting a sewer scope inspection can help you avoid investing in a home that has serious issues with the sewer/septic system. ​Scoping the main sewer line of a home has become one of the most common and necessary practices for home buyers and home owners alike. Being able to understand the condition of the main sewer line could mean the difference between a confident buy and a costly repair.

Inspection Fees

based on total square footage and age of home, additional buildings /crawlspace/HVAC systems / water tanks.

Condos & Townhomes

     up to  850 sq/ft    $325
    1,000 -1,500 sq/ft  $375 

 Single Family Homes. 

Call or Text for pricing. Prices are subject to change.
up to 2,000 sq/ft            
2,001-2,500 sq/ft    
2,501-3,000 sq/ft     
3,001-3,500 sq/ft     
3,501-4,000 sq/ft      
4,001-4,500 sq/ft     


Sewer Scope    175-150 w/insp

Radon Testing 175-150 w/insp
  

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Radon Testing
What is a professional continuous radon monitor? 
Real-time continuous measurements of radon gas over a series of minutes and reports the results, generally in hourly increments.


What is the EPA action level for mitigation for radon?
4 pCi/L
EPA recommends homes be fixed if the radon level is 4 pCi/L (picocurries per liter) or more. Because there is no known safe level of exposure to radon, EPA also recommends that Americans consider fixing their home for radon levels between 2 pCi/L and 4 pCi/L.




Sunrize Home Inspection 

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720-629-6996 

I am a Realtor in Denver. As a Realtor, it is very difficult to find the right balance in an inspector. Some are alarmists. Some are braggards who like to demonstrate how much they know and not in a way that is helpful to the client. (It's more of a vibe.) Some will overstep the role and the rules of the home inspector. There are so many specific qualities that you DO NOT want in your home inspector. Doug is a very balanced, honest, non-alarmist home inspector. He is easy to work and has a way of putting clients at ease as you walk around together, poking into a stranger's utility closet. Doug is not afraid to give you bad news. Doug will not pander to your agent. Doug will not lie. Doug will not put you at additional risk by omitting things or painting a false picture. Also, he is just a very pleasant human being. I feel fortunate to have him in my contacts as one of the top real estate resources that I use every day. (It is important to note that Doug showed up fully prepared to follow every covid-19 protocol at all of the inspections we shared during this time.) In addition, I work in all areas from Conifer to Pueblo to Aurora and Denver. Regardless, Doug responds to all of my service orders with lightning speed. Doug has never failed to meet a deadline or to pick up the phone right away. His reports are concise, well-organized and user-friendly. I trust Doug and I am not afraid to ask him dumb questions on site. He makes it very comfortable to ask lots and lots of questions. I highly recommend this company and this human being.
Sunny Rosario Trujillo
HomeSmart
(303) 601-1377 / sunnytrujillo333@gmail.com   

4,501-5,000sq/ft    

5,001-5,500sq/ft

6,001-6,500sq/ft

6,501-6,500sq/ft

7,001-7,500sq/ft 

Home inspections can uncover potentially life-threatening problems like mold or faulty wiring that could cause a significant fire. A thorough inspection is a critical step in purchasing a home.  Home inspectors look at the exterior and interior parts of the home, including but not limited to electrical, plumbing, roofing, HVAC, and foundations.