Residential Property Inspections

Residential Home Inspections

Protect your biggest investment with a professional home inspection on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Hidden defects...

Whether you’re buying or selling, our expert home inspections will help you appreciate your home’s value by analyzing its structure, functionality, safety and health-related features.

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A typical home inspection takes between 2-3 hours on site, after which you will receive an easy-to-read inspection report detailing the home’s current condition and areas of concern.

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Woodbury Inspection Group Inc. inspects the following:

  • Site: drainage, retaining walls, walkways, patios and driveways.
  • Structural system: foundation, sub-floor, wall and roof framing.
  • Exterior: siding, flashing, eaves, fascia, doors and windows, lanais
  • A common defect is found.

    Roof System: roofing materials, flashing, gutters, and skylights. Garage: doors, operators, fire walls and doors.

  • Plumbing System: Supply piping and fixtures, waste drain piping and venting, water heaters, propane fuel storage and piping.
  • Electrical System: service, panels, wiring, lights and outlets, switches, GFCI devices, fixtures, and smoke detectors.
  • Heating System: heating equipment, venting, flues, fireplaces, chimney, energy source.
  • Air Conditioning system: equipment, distribution energy source, ducts, condensation drainage. We recommend a Thermal Imaging Inspection for AC systems.
  • Interior: walls, ceilings, floors, stairways, cabinets and doors.

Did you know that as much as 40% of defects found during inspections of houses and condominium units existed when the building was brand new? Check out our New Construction Inspections

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Home care tips

Service your water heater annually.

This can greatly extend the service life of the water heater and improve performance and efficiency. Propane-on-demand water heaters are prone to scaling, and tanked water heaters are prone to sediment build up.

We recommend having your water heater serviced annually by a licensed plumber.

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