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Home inspections vary from state to state, and most home inspectors are not licensed, but in general, they all must report on serious problems, such as: health and safety issues, roofs with a short life expectancy, furnace or A/C malfunctions, foundation deficiencies, and moisture / drainage issues. Check below for listings and information concerning home inspections.

Michael Ewers
(503) 577-4059
PO Box 692
Clackamas, OR
Company
HomeTech, LLC
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Craig Poindexter
(503) 635-1086
524 Laurel Street
Lake Oswego, OR
Company
Pacific Home Inspections, Inc.
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Mark Lindgren
(503) 236-1812
5211 SW Vermont St
Portland, OR
Company
Associated Master Inspectors, LLC
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Toby Deming
(503) 236-1812
PO Box 14394
Portland, OR
Company
Associated Master Inspectors LLC
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Matthew Gill
(503) 806-5800
736 SE 28th
Portland, OR
Company
Discovery Inspection Inc.
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Steve Hadduck
(503) 658-3352
12042 SE Sunnyside Rd #562
Clackamas, OR
Company
Integrity Home Inspections Inc
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Michael Amos
(503) 913-3347
7533 SE 117th Dr.
Portland, OR
Company
Amos Home Inspection Services, Inc.
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Don Wilson
(503) 490-9694
1936 SE 162nd Apt. A
Portland, OR
Company
HouseMaster
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Charlie Rouse
(503) 236-1812
11916 SW Elemar Ct
Tigard, OR
Company
Associated Master Inspectors LLC
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Charlie Rouse
(503) 236-1812
PO Box 230966
Tigard, OR
Company
Associated Master Inspectors LLC
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Completing a Home Inspection

Home Inspection of
Remodeling Projects

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: home inspection
by Debbie Abrams Kaplan

Why Home Inspections are Important

Remodeling your home takes not only time, but money – often a lot of it. And there is nothing worse than finishing the project only to find out later, after the money has been paid to the contractor, that your home has problems that could have been caught by a home inspector.

Inspectors are trained to evaluate structural components, roofing, plumbing, electrical systems, heating and air conditioning, insulation, ventilation and interior/exterior components. Some inspectors are also contractors, giving them additional knowledge and experience.

Before even starting your home renovation project, make sure the contract allows you a clean report from a professional home inspector, before your final payment is due to the contractor. Any licensed contractor should be proud to stand behind his work, and you should be wary of a contractor who doesn’t agree to this term. After all, having a house inspection doesn’t only protect you – it protects the contractor from surprises down the road. At completion you’ll be sure the project was done right, and the contractor will have an outside opinion that the work got the stamp of approval from another professional.

Hiring a professional home inspector usually costs a few hundred dollars, but might save you thousands in head...

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