1. Fort Collins Home Inspection

    The Three Biggest Home Inspection Mistakes

    Buying a home can be very stressful and overwhelming, so it can be too easy to cut corners when you feel like you can get away with it. Here are three mistakes to beware of when having a home inspection done. Skipping The Inspection You are having your home built and think that you don’t need an inspection because your home is brand new. This is a rookie mistake. You may be under the impression …Read More

  2. Fort Collins and Loveland, Colorado home inspection professionals!

    When To Order A Home Inspection

    Deciding to purchase a home is a huge commitment and investment. Finding the perfect home in a neighborhood your like and at a price that fits your budget can be very time consuming. It can take weeks, months, or some are lucky enough to find their dream home in a matter of days. Reviewing home after home to see if it fits your home buying criteria is exhausting. Once you have narrowed down your s…Read More

  3. Licensed Inspector Fort Collins: Inspection Report Process

    The inspection report is our way of sharing with you the information we gathered during your inspection. Thanks to the technological advancements of the twenty-first century, our report process is simple and effective. As we go through the inspection, we take notes digitally. This allows us to build the inspection report as we go. As a licensed home inspector in Fort Collins, we understand the nec…Read More

  4. Residential Home Inspection In Loveland: Time & Money

    Residential home inspections are an important aspect to keeping your house in tip-top shape. Whether you are a long-time homeowner interested in a routine check-up or someone that is currently buying or selling a home, a home inspection is essential. Values Two things most valuable to many people are time and money. This is no different in the realm of inspections. When it comes to the cost and th…Read More

  5. Phase Inspections In New Fort Collins Home Construction

    The Colorado economy is booming! With a booming economy comes people. And with people come the need for more houses. People are flocking to the Front Range, building homes from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins (really, everywhere in our state!). As home builders construct more and more houses, it’s imperative that the new construction is inspected for quality. New Construction and More As a lice…Read More

  6. FAQs – Residential Home Inspections

    A residential home inspection is a great idea for all homeowners. Whether you’re trying to buy a home, sell a home, or keep your current home well maintained, call on Winding River Inspection Services - the Top Rated Local® Inspection Service company in Northern Colorado.  There are lots of questions regarding residential home inspections, so today’s blog adds a few more points to our freque…Read More

  7. Winding River Performs Commercial Inspections

    Winding River Inspection Services is happy to inspect any commercial property for you in Fort Collins, Loveland, and surrounding towns in Northern Colorado. We have defined a commercial property as, “the building structures and improvements located on a parcel of commercial real estate. These may include structures such as buildings with residential units operated for profit, mixed use buildings…Read More

  8. What Kind Of Inspections Does Winding River Conduct?

    Winding River Inspection Services, although the State does not regulate inspection licences, is highly qualified to perform a wide variety of inspections. From residential to commercial and many things in between, Winding River is here for you as a licensed inspector in Fort Collins. Check out all licenses and certifications here. Winding River provides inspections to ensure your home or business …Read More

  9. How Do I Choose An Inspector?

    Be prepared for a shocking fact. Take a seat if you have to. Ok, here it goes. The state of Colorado does not require home inspectors to have a state license. That means anyone can pitch a home inspection sign and wander through your home without actually knowing how to properly check for faults. This is worrisome because there are no regulations requiring inspectors to check certain areas or foll…Read More

  10. Home Inspections During A Remodel

    A residential home inspection in Northern Colorado doesn’t have to be for a new home. You can (and should) get your home inspected if you are doing any remodeling. Having a home inspector on the project from the very beginning is beneficial to ensure quality work is happening along the way. If you wait until the very end of the remodel to hire an inspector and the inspector notices a large probl…Read More