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We are the leading and oldest inspection service in the Thurston County area; providing comprehensive, objective, highly experienced and professional inspection services in Thurston, Mason, South Pierce, East Grays Harbor and North Lewis Counties for over 23 years. We offer:
INFRARED INSPECTION AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST WITH LARRY STAMP
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our office: 360-459-1632
Full Home and Pest (WDO) Inspections.
Stand alone Pest inspections (WDO) only.
Single family structures.
Multi family structures.
11 month warranty inspections.
Real Estate pre-purchase inspections.
Real Estate pre-sale or pre-listing inspections.
On site review.
Guaranteed prompt coordination and follow up with Real Estate agents.
All inspection come with a pest inspection ( WDO) Wood Destroy Organisms
We look for: Infestion
General Scope of Inspection
Inspections adhere to standards of practice set forth by the Washington State Department of Licensing.
The Major Systems Include:
Exterior Topography and drainage Driveways and sidewalks Siding, doors and windows Paint and trim Decks and landings Roofing Condition and installation Fasteners and flashings Skylights and chimneys Ventilation Garage Flooring, firewall Vehicle doors Interior Walls, ceilings, floors, finish and trim Windows, doors, cabinets Stairs and railings Attic, structure and insulation Kitchen Appliances Cabinets, countertops, fixtures, plumbing Bathrooms Cabinets, countertops and sinks Fixtures and plumbing Utility area Plumbing Supply lines, waste lines, venting Gas, oil, propane Water heater Heating Condition and installation Distribution Fireplaces and stoves Venting and fuel supply Air conditioning, heat pumps Radiant heat, unitary heat, boilers Electric Service type Panel and panel wiring Branch wiring, outlets, lights Structural Construction, foundation, footings Foundation anchoring Insulation
Pest or WDO Inspection
Absolute top shelf computerized reporting!
Typically, the complete inspection report will be 70 to 80 pages long and includes a description of the property, its various systems and components. Digital photographs are included to enhance understanding and documentation. The report will also detail the inspection process, specifically identifying what was inspected and how, or what was not inspected and why. A Complete Wood Destroying Organism, WDO, inspection and report is also performed with every inspection at no additional charge. Click on "Sample Report" on the left to view a copy of an actual report.
To facilitate Real Estate transactions, inspection findings are distilled into a summary in PDF format which is e-mailed the same day along with the WDO report. This allows prompt attention to inspection findings without having to review the entire report.
Fees and Discounts
Fees are based upon square footage and age of the subject property. Please contact Cameo for fee estimates.
Inspections adhere to standards of practice set forth by the WSDA, Washington State Department of Agriculture and the WSPMA, Washington State Pest Management Association.
Infestation of Wood Destroying Organisms Carpenter Ants Termites Wood Boring Beetles Moisture Ants Velvety Tree Ants Fungal Rot Decay (Often called Dry Rot)
Damage from Wood Destroying Organisms Exterior siding damage Sub structure damage Bathrooms and kitchens
Conducive Conditions Inadequate downspout diversion Plumbing leaks Debris or water in crawl space
If you are a new client, thank you for choosing Cameo to perform your property inspection, we appreciate it! Now, before the actual inspection, it is important that you take some time to review two important documents.
The first is an Introduction which will help you understand all about the inspection including what will be inspected and how the inspection will proceed. Reviewing this helps prevent any misunderstandings and will ensure a common set of expectations between you and the inspector.
The second is the Service Contract. Simply print the document and fill it in as directed. Be sure to review the document carefully before you sign it and bring the signed original with you to the inspection. Should you be unable to attend the inspection, you may fax back a copy to 360-491-6040. If you are unable to print the document or make a copy for yourself, be sure to let us know.
You will find links to the Introduction and Service Contract at the bottom this screen. Both are in a PDF format and you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open them. Should you have trouble opening the documents, it is likely you do not have the latest version of Adobe Reader. Whether you lack Adobe Reader, or the newest version, the download/upgrade is free at the link below.