· Washington State Licensed Home Inspector # 2159
· More than 25 years of construction experience
· Certified by Washington School of Home Inspection
· Professional, Quality service at Reasonable Rates
Lee Hitchcock is the principle inspector at Trustworthy Home Inspection in Spokane Washington. He has a unique combination of skill-sets and brings over two decades of experience as a Carpenter, Project Manager, and General Contractor to his work as a licensed home inspector. He has renovated buildings that range from 100 year old historical homes to modern commercial facilities. His work in both residential and commercial construction has given him the experience and education to understand the systems of a building and to provide homeowners with the truth in real estate.
Home inspections is our business. We are impartial and work only for you. Our job is to provide you with a comprehensive, fair, independent, objective evaluation of your home so that you can understand and take care of your valuable investment. Your interests are our interests before, during and after the home inspection.
We encourage you, the client to be at the inspection. You will have the opportunity to take a closer look at the house and ask questions.
A home inspection is an objective visual non-destructive examination of the systems and structure of a home, from the roof to the foundation. The inspector typically spends 3 hours performing a thorough, visual, functional and operational inspection of the many mechanical and structural components of the home. The time is dependent upon the size and complexity of the home.
Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas. It comes from the natural decay of uranium or thorium found in nearly all soils. It typically moves up through the ground and into the home through cracks in floors, walls and foundations.
Radon has been linked by the US EPA to lung cancer through prolonged exposure. Testing is the only way to know your home’s radon levels. If you would like to test your new home, please request a test when you are making your appointment.
Potential home buyers want to purchase a home that is in tip-top shape, no matter the age of the home. That’s why having a Pre-Listing home Inspection makes complete sense.
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