Thomas Nason is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and a Certified Professional Inspector with InterNACHI. Mr. Nason is also an FHA 203(K) Consultant, and a residential radon measurement provider. He is well versed in building codes and residential construction methods. Tom has a bachelors of science degree in Engineering, and a masters degree in Business.
An inspection is an important step in protecting your investment. Be aware there is NO license or certification required to be an inspector in Colorado. Be sure! Call the qualified professionals at Good Friend Inspections, LLC.
No two homes are alike and the market is always fluctuating. But if you're guessing about the condition of the home, it’s especially difficult to set a value. A home inspection isn’t a box to check on a form. The inspection provides an expert view into the condition of a home, and as such, the inspection is an essential element of price discovery.
A modern home is a complicated mix of systems. We expect a home to reliably keep us warm and cool and dry. It supplies hot and cold running water. The home is supplied with explosive natural gas, and deadly electrical voltage extends throughout. The home must manage wastewater and the hot, poisonous combustion gasses it generates. Concerns are amplified with an older home as building requirements have changed drastically over time. Retrofitting modern systems into an older home can be challenging and shortcuts are too common. An older home will be marginalized by improper maintenance, lack of craftsmanship and poor quality installation of upgrades. There are serious safety and financial issues at stake! We will search high and low to protect you and your investment.
At Good Friend Inspections we document the condition of your home in an extensive and unbiased report. The report is supported by photos and explanations addressing all of your home’s systems and structure.
Thorough documentation of the condition with high resolution digital photos.
Every home requires maintenance. We help identify the areas in need of attention.
Major findings affecting: Safety, Structure, and Value.
Electrical and water shut-offs. Sewer cleanouts. Furnace and Hot Water Heater Data. Electrical System Capacity.
A Move-In Certified™ Seller Inspection informs you of any defects or problems with your home so that you can address them before prospective buyers discover them. You can then take the time you need to obtain reasonable repair estimates. Show prospective buyers that you are dealing in good faith. Avoid 11th-hour negotiations and delays, and justify your full asking price by having your home pre-inspected now.
Good Friend Inspections, LLC
415 Hall Avenue
Grand Junction, CO 81501