We love helping people find their perfect home or getting them out of a purchase that may require too many repairs and be too costly.
Check out our sample reports at http://www.alliancereinspections.com/residential-real-estate-inspections/residential-sample-reports/
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Customer calls office, we note down the information on the building and give them a quote. We will also give them a brief overview of what the inspection includes or doesn't include. We schedule the inspection, send them the contract and they sign it, then send it back.
Onsite, ideally the client is present. The inspector performs the inspection and then walks client through the property and goes over his findings. Client pays inspector and then receives the report in pdf format via email the following day (sometimes sooner, but for larger commercial the wait time for report may be 3 days or more)
Robert Gaudreault, owner of Alliance Real Estate Inspections, has been in the construction industry for over 40 years and has too many credits to list in full. He has a Construction Management degree from UCLA, as well as a General Contractor’s License in the State of California and a C29 in Masonry. He is an MCI (Master CREIA Inspector), which is the highest inspector status with the California Real Estate Inspection Association. Robert is also a member of ASHI and is a past president of the San Gabriel Valley chapter of CREIA. He’s performed many thousands of inspections since 1998.
Fees vary according to size, type and location. Please call for quote.
We have the full inspections following CREIA for residential or ASTM for commercial. But we also have the Limited Building Inspection which covers systems only for a reduced fee.
We've worked with every kind of property, ranging from condos to complex industrial buildings. Our clients have ranged from home buyers to large corporations like Disney and Nissan.
Look at the contractor's reviews, check their credentials and experience. Ask them questions, see how they respond. If they are willing to take their time and answer your questions over the phone, they will probably take their time and help you onsite with your property.
Customers should ask about pricing, what kinds of things are noted in the reports, what items/systems are included in the inspection and which are not. Ask them if they have any certifications and how long they've been doing inspections, as well as how long they've been in the construction industry.