Commercial Building Inspection in Bozeman

Commercial Building Inspection in Big Sky

Home Inspection in Ennis

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Home Inspection in West Yellowstone

Home Inspection in Big Sky

Home Inspection in Bozeman

Commercial Building Inspection in West Yellowstone

Contact us at: (406) 595-0128 

Home Inspection & Commercial Building Inspections in Bozeman, Belgrade, Gallatin Gateway, Big Sky, West Yellowstone, Manhattan, Three Forks, and throughout rural Gallatin County, Montana. We also serve Park County, Sweet Grass County and Madison County including, Ennis, Sheridan, Virginia City, Twin Bridges, Gardner, Yellowstone Park, Cook City, Big Timber, Wilsall, Clyde Park, Springdale, Pine Creek, Paradise Valley, Emigrant, Pray, Chico, Jardine and Silver Gate.
Services are also available in Victor, Driggs, Alta and Teton County, Idaho; Jackson, Moran, Wilson, and Teton Village, Wyoming.

Commercial Building Inspection in Livingston

Commercial Building Inspection in Ennis

Providing Home, Ranch & Commercial Property Inspections

Home Inspection in Livingston

​“A home inspection is one of the most important steps you can take to make sure your new home is a sound investment and a safe place to live.”
“When you choose an inspector, you're selecting the professional who will give one of your biggest investments a full physical checkup. You want to choose someone you know who is competent, thorough and trustworthy. Unfortunately, too many buyers just go with the cheapest inspection company or the one recommended by their Realtor.”
 “Always ask about licensing, professional affiliations and credentials, and whether the inspector carries errors and omissions insurance.” 

"Home inspections are a critical part of the home buying and selling process.  Knowledge in the field of property inspection has become invaluable, especially in light of stricter legislation on both a state and national level. “
National Association of Realtors ©

 "The majority of home buyers (77%) had a home inspection prior to purchasing their home.  Among these homebuyers:
• 81% had a contingency placed in the contract for the inspection.
• 79% attended and participated in the home inspection.
• 97% believe that the home inspection was a good value for the price they paid.
Almost three quarters (74%) of the satisfied home buyers had commissioned a licensed professional inspector." 
National Association of Realtors © 
“An inspection, which usually occurs after a buyer has made an offer, is meant to be an objective analysis of a home’s condition. Twenty years ago, 75% of purchased homes were inspected; today, it’s 95%.”