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Oregon Home Check Brings Deep Roots to Home Inspection

first_img Tumblr E-Headlines Google+ By Kelly Walker, MS for SWIVEL 0 LinkedIn A new home is one of the most substantial investments of a lifetime and a boost to a higher quality of life. However, if a purchased home has major hidden defects, an owner will be faced with discouraging costs and hassles. Therefore it is critical to obtain a detailed home inspection, which is an accurate and complete picture of the current condition of a property.Critical skills and specialized knowledge of thorough home inspections are essential to the profession. Torrey Richards, owner of Oregon Home Check, has roots in a line of five generations of contractors, and has been a contractor himself since 1997. Over time he became a key professional that realtors and homeowners contacted to rectify issues that home inspections had uncovered. Born and raised in Oregon, he understood the needs of the local community, and carefully listened to his customers.After coming to the conclusion that his thorough perspective on home inspection could produce a higher level of professional service, Richards founded Oregon Home Check in 2011. The company has since become known for its knowledgeable inspections, and well-worded, clear reports with high-quality photos. Oregon Home Check prides itself on timely and efficient services that augment the value of real estate transactions.Home inspections are extremely important in a variety of situations. One of the most important steps a person can take when preparing to sell a home is to obtain a detailed pre-listing home inspection. A Pre-Listing Seller Inspection delineates any problems or defects with a home so that they can be properly addressed before a potential buyer discovers them. If no major problems show up, then a Pre-Listing Inspected home verifies that there are no known safety hazards, and no major systems are in need of immediate replacement or repair.For homeowners with a warranty, an 11th-Month Warranty Inspection can save a lot of money by detecting major problems just before the warranty expires. In addition, having a home maintenance inspection every 18 months will afford the opportunity to check a home in both the heating and cooling seasons.Richards is a member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. He also earned specialized certification in areas such as electrical, septic, stucco, roofs, HVAC, radon, and several others.Oregon Home CheckTorrey Richards541-385-1375www.oregonhomecheck.com. on October 16, 2014 Pinterest Email Facebook Twitter Share. Oregon Home Check Brings Deep Roots to Home Inspection Torrey Richards of Oregon Home Checklast_img

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