Homeowner maintenance inspection services.

Homeowner maintenance inspection services.

Keep your dream home your dream home for years to come.

Maybe you’re lucky enough to live in your dream home. Or maybe you view your house not just as a place to live, but as a long-term investment. Even if you’re not buying or selling, scheduling a routine home inspection is a smart investment for any homeowner.

Think of it like a checkup for your house: Is everything working correctly? Are there minor issues that could turn into major problems? How can I increase my home’s value? Our professional team can answer all of these questions and more during a quick, affordable home maintenance inspection.

Far too many homeowners wait until something goes wrong, a decision that can cost thousands of dollars more than finding and fixing it early. Or others miss maintenance issues that are invisible to the naked eye, but not to our state-of-the-art technology that finds even the hardest-to-catch hidden defects.

Make sure your home is ready to take care of your family for years to come, and schedule a home maintenance inspection service with us.

Our process and what we inspect.

Every home is a system where each piece must work together. So is our home inspection process. Our holistic, comprehensive homeowner maintenance inspections examine how each component works individually and together. To make sure your home lives up to its fullest potential, we provide a thorough inspection of the following components.

Homeowner maintenance inspection services.
Our process and what we inspect.

No evidence of decay. Sufficient and properly installed insulation. Adequate ventilation. No open electrical splices.

Broken, damaged or missing shingles. No mold, rot or decay on wood shingles. No decay or rust in gutters. No structural or weather damage.

Vinyl, aluminum, and all siding. Cracks or breaks in masonry. Flaking in exterior paint or stain. No vines on the surface of structure.

Signs of damage or decay. Joint frames are caulked. No broken glass.

Ridge and fascia board lines. Sides of house. Windows and door frames. Visible foundation.

No evidence of standing water. Proper drainage away from home. Signs of damage to exterior structure, driveways, sidewalks, patios.

Adequately vented to exterior. Exposed insulation. Insect or moisture damage.

Our process and what we inspect.

Stains or other signs of moisture at doors and windows. Hot or cold spots in ceilings. Stains / moisture present in attics, floors or walls.

Service panels and subpanels. Outlets. Light switches. Circuits. Type of wiring.

Drastic thermal differences at interiors. Lack of proper insulation at walls and attic space. Deterioration of weather stripping or gaps at windows and doors.

Chimney straight. No sign of damage or cracked joints. Proper functioning. Separate flues for gas/oil/propane and wood/coal.

Sinks. Faucets. Drains. Appliances. Toilets. Showers. Bathtubs. Valves. Water heater. Water pump. Type of plumbing (septic or sewer).

Proper functioning. No rust around cooling unit. No combustion gas odor. Air filters clean. Ductwork in good condition. No asbestos.

Proper installation and functioning. Signs of rust or damage. No leaking water or fluids.

Homeowner maintenance inspection prices.

$400 – $600+

Our homeowner maintenance inspection prices are based on the home or building’s square footage, as well as additional structures and features. You can also add other services such as wood–destroying insects, structural, pool and spa, sewer system, water quality, mold, and more. View our pricing or reach out below or via call or text at 918.853.5113, to discuss your needs and get your free personalized quote.

How we find issues others might miss.

How we find issues others might miss.

Using state-of-the-art, non-invasive technology and guided by proven experience, our professional home inspectors can find issues that are invisible to the naked eye, so you can fix them before they become problems. Our advanced technology includes:

How we find issues others might miss.

Frequent issues we find.

Every home is different, but after thousands of inspections we’ve seen that these are the most common maintenance issues in the Tulsa area.

Roof Problems

Wind or hail damage, deteriorated flashings and penetrations cause leaks that can turn into larger problems.

Plumbing Issues

Leaky faucets, loose toilets, defective fixtures and drain pipe leaks that have been overlooked or neglected.

Structural Movement

We check for small cracks, veneer movement, foundation variance, and other signs of movement.

See why customers love working with us.

See sample homeowner maintenance report.

Get a highly detailed, easy-to-understand homeowner maintenance home inspection report delivered electronically the same day. We will go over the pre-sale home inspection report with you and answer any questions you have. We also offer the Create Request List feature which makes creating a contractor repair request list seamless and easy.

Create a repair list in minutes.

Our inspection report includes free access to the Create Request List™ (CRL™) by HomeGauge.

How to prepare for your homeowner maintenance inspection.

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Get more confidence. Add the following services.

For the utmost confidence and most complete inspection, we provide the following additional services.

Structural Inspection
Structural Inspection

Get the foundation for extra confidence and check the structural integrity of your home. Highly recommended for older homes and homes with any visible signs of movement or cracking.

Wood Destroying Insect Inspection
Wood Destroying Insect Inspection

We will provide an ODAFF1 form after inspection which is frequently required by the lender.

Sprinkler Inspection
Sprinkler Inspection

Don’t let a convenient feature turn into a huge hassle. Save green and keep your lawn pristine. Let us check your sprinkler system to ensure proper operation.

Pool & Spa Inspection
Pool & Spa Inspection

Don’t get drowned by costly repairs. Pools and spas are lots of fun but they can be costly and are a potential safety concern. Have us take a look so you know the current conditions.

Mold Testing
Mold Testing

Don’t let mold make you or your loved ones sick or damage your home. Highly recommended for homes with any moisture issues or suspicious staining.

Water Quality
Water Quality

Make sure your family’s drinking water is clean and safe. Let us test the water so you know if action is needed. Highly recommended for properties with well water.

Air-Duct Inspection
Air-Duct Inspection

Deteriorating air ducts can prevent proper operation and can be costly. A duct inspection detects crushed ducts, moisture intrusion, rusting, and deterioration before they become big problems.

Sewer-Line Inspection
Sewer-Line Inspection

Main sewer-line issues can be expensive. Let us check for root intrusions, standing water, and clogs. Highly recommended for older properties, those with a history of clogged drains or trees near drain pipes.

Septic System Inspection
Septic System Inspection

Keep your home’s septic system running smoothly. If your home is on a septic system, we highly recommend a septic inspection. We also recommend this as a routine inspection at least every two years.

Radon Gas Testing
Radon Gas Testing

Keep your family safe and make sure your home isn’t at risk for radon gas exposure. Highly recommended for homes with basements.

Level-Two Fireplace Inspection
Level-Two Fireplace Inspection

Don’t run the risk of fire, smoke inhalation, or carbon monoxide poisoning. This comprehensive camera inspection is highly recommended for older homes, especially with wood-burning fireplaces.