I adhere to a higher standard of Code of Ethics. Ongoing training to keep at the top of our industry and provide detailed reports findings to my clients. My experience and professional conduct makes the difference.
Buying a new home is one of the biggest investments you will make. We'll partner with you to make a confident and informed home buying decision by providing a thorough visual examination of the property.
Serving Denver and the front range since 2014
Google 5 star reviews
Positive: Professionalism, Quality, Responsiveness, Value
Moving from out of state, my husband and I didn't know any home inspectors in the area when we began looking for homes in the Front Range. Our realtor referred us to Doug and we are very happy that he did. Doug was able to schedule an inspection within just a few days of going under contract. He was very thorough during the inspection and was happy to answer questions we had along the way. Reasonable rate and exceptional service. A great experience all around.
I'll bring my personable attention, commitment, outstanding work ethic, and broad experience to each client and inspection. I have worked in all aspects of construction and building for more than 25 years. As a journeyman carpenter, gone on to advance my skills as a building sub-contractor. I understands the value of the most mundane of tasks while demonstrating exacting and detailed craftsmanship.
Home inspections are the opportunity to discover major defects that were not apparent at a buyer’s showing. Your home inspection is to help you make an informed decision about the house, including its condition.” If there are any concerns during the inspection – an aging roof, a malfunctioning HVAC system, or any other questionable items – you have the option to negotiate any potential issues with the seller. Your real estate advisor can help you navigate Inspection Objection process and negotiate what, if any, repairs need to be made before the sale is finalized.
Sunrize Home Inspection LLC offers a visual, non-invasive inspection. Each inspection covers approximately 75 areas of the home, consisting of approximately 400 related components of the home.