Whether you're a homebuyer, investor, seller or real estate professional, you’ll recognize the value of working with Howell Home Inspections.
A certified... Howell Home Inspection can often spot potential problems before the damage happens.
Gary Howell... reminds homeowners that a home purchase is not the only time to consider scheduling a home inspection.
Even if you plan to remain in your home for several years, the benefits of a home inspection are invaluable. Homeowners should schedule a maintenance inspection every three to five years to identify any potential problems before they become costly repairs. A home inspection can also help homeowners identify potential issues and / or as part of a major remodeling or renovation project.
Howell Home Inspections offers a SPECIAL DISCOUNTED PRE- LISTING INSPECTIONS and / or MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS for our clients that want to be in the know, about their home's current condition. Howell Home Inspections can save time and money whether you are possibly selling, moving or staying.
Gary Howell's credentials include over 25 years of experience within the home and commercial building industries.
Arizona State Board of Technical Registration # 45187
American Society of Home Inspectors 'Associate Member' (ASHI), Arizona (ASHI) Chapter Member
Free Comprehensive Combined Inspection Report & Photo CD With Every Inspection!
Reporting will exceed the required Arizona Standards of Practice Reporting Check List
Qualifications include being a Licensed Arizona Registered Contractor – Heating & Cooling Technician and Concrete Supervisor. He has held positions for Supervisory Remodeling and / or Building of both Residential / Commercial Properties.
Inspections are complete and comprehensive, following the Arizona Standards of Professional Practice for Arizona Home Inspections.
All Inspection Reports are then complied (same day and / or next day) within a completed 'Hard Copy Binder Report', (40 to 50 pages) for your records and review.
This report will not only "Summarize and Fully Narrate / Identify" any and all issues - it will include photos with narratives and annotation.
All Reports conducted according to the Standards of Professional Practice and the Professional Conduct Code, that was adopted by the Arizona Board of Technical Registration, on January 1st, 2002.