Best Home Inspector in Raymond, WA
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Amazing service. Nate responded quickly and professionally. The report came back very thorough with detailed findings and suggestions of what should be done. I would recommend Right Way Home Inspection & Services to anyone I know that needs a home inspection.Kim Lan
Nate performed a thorough home inspection for our property. Over 3000 sq ft was no easy feat! His service was reliable and he took the time to explain our house features and his findings during the inspection. Nate was great to work with. We now have our own go-to home inspector!Aric Coolbaugh
I am very pleased with Nate and the job and detail he went into. Will definitely use Nate and his company again for the next purchase. His report saved me from losing thousands on a home with a history of water issues. Thanks again, till next time.Michael Jones
Nate Kilby and Right Way Home Inspections Welcome to Right Way Home Inspections, the trusted name in home inspection across Puget Sound and Southwest Washington. I am Nate Kilby, the heart and expertise behind our services, with a commitment that has flourished over nearly 8 years.Schedule an Inspection
Raymond: Where Wildlife Meets Right Way Home Inspections
Raymond, Washington, invites you to explore its rich wildlife heritage and scenic beauty. But before you settle in this charming riverside town, let Right Way Home Inspections be your trusted partner. We’ll uncover the hidden stories of your property, ensuring your investment flourishes in this captivating corner of Washington.
Unveiling Raymond’s Wildlife and Potential Concerns:
Raymond’s wildlife corridor boasts over 200 steel sculptures of local animals, birds, and fish, reflecting the town’s appreciation for nature. But like any natural wonder, it requires a careful eye. Right Way Home Inspections goes beyond the surface, thoroughly examining your property for:
Water’s Embrace: The river and the bay can pose risks of flooding and erosion, especially during high tides and storms. We’ll identify these hazards and recommend solutions for a safe, dry haven.
Moisture’s Kiss: The coastal climate can lead to moisture and mold problems, affecting your health and comfort. We’ll detect these issues and suggest remedies for a fresh, healthy home.
Nature’s Visitors: The abundant wildlife can also bring unwanted guests, such as rodents, insects, and termites. We’ll offer pest inspections and effective solutions for a pest-free sanctuary.
Earth’s Shakes: Located near the Cascadia Subduction Zone, Raymond requires attention to earthquake and tsunami preparedness. We’ll provide tips for optimal security and peace of mind.
Waterfront Serenity with Informed Choices:
Raymond features waterfront properties on the Willapa River and near the Willapa Bay, offering stunning views and access to boating, fishing, and kayaking. Right Way Home Inspections understands the unique challenges of waterfront living, ensuring your investment is protected from potential water damage and erosion.
Right Way: Your Partner in Raymond’s Real Estate Journey:
Whether you’re drawn to the wildlife heritage, the scenic beauty, or the riverside charm, Right Way Home Inspections is your trusted partner in Raymond. We offer comprehensive inspections tailored to the town’s unique makeup, giving you the confidence to invest wisely and live peacefully in this captivating corner of Washington.
Contact us today and let Right Way Home Inspections guide you through your Raymond home inspection. Discover the possibilities, embrace the peace of mind, and make your Raymond dream a reality.”Schedule an Inspection
– Pe Ell
Frequently Asked Questions
What Should Sellers Know Before a Home Inspection?
Remove your Pets
Time and time again, Right way Home Inspection Services’ inspectors are faced with barking dogs, uncooperative cats or worse when they arrive at a home inspection. Ideally, all sellers should remove their pets from the home prior to an inspection. While a caged lizard or fish tank can stay, having to negotiate a pet during an inspection can be challenging for the inspectors and discouraging for buyers. This is the buyer’s opportunity to really go through the house very carefully. If they are not able to access a room because a pet is close in it or the barking dog prevents an inspection of the backyard, it could cause issues with the sale.
During the home inspection, taking your pets out of the home is recommended.
Declutter your home
Many sellers have already removed personal items at the recommendation of their real estate agent prior to listing. However, if your home has an abundance of furniture or clutter still around, this can hinder inspectors when they access outlets, electrical panels and appliances. Clear the clutter from counters and floors to ensure access to essential areas.
What Should Buyers Know Before a Home Inspection? Issues will be found
The home WILL have problems
Even new construction homes can have things that need addressing he says. That’s the purpose of the inspection. So, don’t get tense when the inspector finds issues. It’s to be expected. And, be glad that these items, big or small, are being discovered before the house is officially yours.
Almost anything can be fixed
Whether the list of issue on the inspection is long or short with challenges major or minor, everything can be fixed. It’s just a matter of how much a buyer is willing to take on in their new home and how much the seller can reasonably address in their seven day window post-inspection. Even the most challenging issues we find - wiring problems, failing roofs, foundation issues - can be fixed. It’s just a matter of how much the seller is willing to fix and what the buyer is willing to assume responsibility for
Water is kind of a big deal
We do live in the Pacific Northwest and it’s wet. If water damage is noted in the inspection, it’s typically something to take seriously. Investigate further to discover if the damage is extensive or surface. Sometimes, a small water spot on the interior can indicate a much larger issue underneath. Be sure to consult a professional if you have any concerns about water damage after an inspection.
Home inspectors cannot predict the future
We are tasked with assessing the home as it is on the day of the inspection. We can’t tell you how long an appliance will last or if there might be a leak in the roof in the future - we aren’t fortune tellers. However, with years of expertise under my belt, Right Way Home Inspections can give buyers a lot of background information and share their knowledge about construction, home systems and more. We are happy to answer questions for buyers and encourage them to follow us throughout the inspection so we can explain things as we go. We just can’t tell them what might happen in six months or a year from now
Should I have my home inspected Annually?
Annual Home Inspections are Valuable
We always recommend that you or a professional home inspector conduct a comprehensive home inspection annually. Annual Home Inspections are important for protecting and preserving the overall value and integrity of the structure.
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