1. Commercial Building Inspection

    Commercial building inspections is a commercial property inspection service that inspects commercial buildings to determine the current condition of the building and identify potential hazards. It is an important part of commercial property management. Give us a call today to learn more.…Read More

  2. Residential Home Inspections

    A residential home inspection is a thorough examination of the residential property that can be used by potential buyers to assess its condition and value.  As a buyer, you may want to have your residential home inspected before making an offer on it. This blog post will discuss what residential inspections are, who should get one, how they work, and more! Give us a call to learn more about our h…Read More

  3. Looking To Make A Change In Your Real Estate Investments?

    We hope you have been staying well, both personally and professionally, over the last several interesting months.  As we begin reopening America, your investments may be looking very different. Are you looking to make a change in your real estate investments?  Some have already invested in real estate properties or are now looking for new opportunities.  Maybe your current property investments,…Read More

  4. Planning Advice for New Refrigerant Regulations

    Planning advice based on the New Refrigerant Regulations  for the Phaseout of HCFC-22 in 2020 on Commercial Refrigeration EPA:  Retail Food Refrigeration and the Phaseout of HCFC-22 Back in 2010, the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer became part of the US Clean Air Act establishing guidelines for the reduction of ozone-depleting pollutants like commercial refrigerant s…Read More

  5. The Importance of Proper Radon Testing

    Imagine you’ve just purchased your dream home. Equipped with beautiful framing, calming interior, and a luscious yard, there is no better escape! Unfortunately, not all stories are fairytales. Beneath your beautiful yard lives a toxic, radioactive gas that has been known to cause lung cancer, even in the lungs of non-smokers. Dubbed “the silent killer,” radon has been known to cause the deat…Read More

  6. 3 Things You Shouldn’t Ignore During a House Inspection

    There might be a number of reasons you are looking for a new home. Whether you’re displeased with your old home or ready to find your dream house, moving is a time-sensitive and stressful situation that takes a tremendous mental capacity. It can be easy to overlook a few things during your Fort Collins home inspection, especially when you’re trying to shelter yourself and your loved ones. Over…Read More

  7. Irrigation Systems Can Increase the Value of Your Listing

    In Northern Colorado one of the things you can count on the most is the unpredictable weather. Our favorite cliche? If you don't like the weather, just wait five minutes. Sometimes it can feel just like that, especially to some who may have moved here from other parts of the country. One of the most inconsistent factors is the amount of water that we get from year to year. Some years, we are flush…Read More

  8. Outdoor Spaces

    These days, outdoor spaces are one of the most desirable parts of a home, particularly here in Colorado where we can have gorgeous weather all year long. Adding features could bring more money when it comes to a sale. Popular these days are outdoor kitchens and outdoor living areas, similar to living rooms. All of these spaces are ideal for the back patio area and amy add value to your home. Consi…Read More

  9. The Power of the Home Inspection: Using the Report for Negotiation, Remodeling & Tenant Finish-Outs

    We are celebrating 20 years of serving Northern Colorado and the greater Denver area and what a journey! You have the home inspection report, but now what? Once the inspection is completed, the inspection summary provided can be used as a punch list directing negotiations and the beginning of project planning, as more than likely the layout, floors, walls, etc. will need to be modified or updated …Read More

  10. What To Look For During a Walkthrough

    The real estate market in Fort Collins and Loveland is showing signs of a shift in process, but as of the beginning of 2019, we are still a sellers market. For affordable homes you really have to search hard and be wary of potential issues. It is still very popular to flip houses as they can net quite a bit when sold. The problem when buying a house that has been flipped is determining if all of t…Read More