I can provide you with the professional, quality home inspection you deserve in
Shasta, Tehama, Siskiyou, or Plumas County any day of the week.
CALL TIM REAVES   530-227-7427
Inspected Once, Inspected Right
18 Years of Experience
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Inspection Performed Within 1-2 Days
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Homes, Multi-Unit, Commercial Property, Manufactured Homes

As a NACHI-certified professional home inspector, I have the knowledge and expertise to provide you with a thorough and professional, non-intrusive, visual inspection, from the roof to the foundation.  You are encouraged to attend the home inspection so I can discuss my findings with you.  


Sprinkler system connections to potable water supply, earth conditions near the foundation, fences, patios, porches, drives, decks, railings, retaining walls, drainage, etc.


Roof condition and potential problems, gutters, downspouts, flashing, siding, garage doors, windows, doors, trim, vents, skylights, penetrations, chimney, eaves, fascia

Heating & Air Conditioning Systems

Fireplace, chimneys, gas lines, heat exchanger, evaporator/condenser, compressor, combustion air, ducting & registers, etc.


Visible gas and water lines, water heater, laundry, faucets & valves, drains, pumps, etc.


Panels, wire sizes, service drop, grounding, GFCI circuits, outlets, etc.

Outbuilding, Sheds


Shower/tub, sinks, toilets, faucets, flooring, walls, ceilings, tile, counter tops, mirrors, water lines, etc.


Water damage, walls, ceilings, flooring, firewalls, smoke alarms, railings, cabinets, doors, etc.

Kitchen & Appliances

Oven, dishwasher, flooring, sinks, faucets, drains, lighting, disposal, compactor, cabinets, etc.


Foundation, basement or crawl-space, framing members, insulation, ventilation, bracing, etc.

Pool/Spa (upon request)

Pool, spa, deck, fences, GFCI circuits, heaters, pumps, filters, timers, blowers, etc.

Review of Standards of Practice at www.nachi.org/sop.htm

Certified Home Inspection Services

It is my job to address issues with the home you are buying or selling that may not be visible to the untrained eye.​

Much of what I find is maintenance recommendations, life expectancy, and minor imperfections. These are nice to know about and can help to maintain the integrity of the home for years to come; however, the issues that are most important should be addressed as soon as possible. Often times a serious problem can be corrected inexpensively. Most sellers are surprised to learn of defects uncovered during an inspection and are willing to fix them.

Some situations require a more in-depth look at the problem that is not part of a visual inspection. In these cases, I will recommend that a licensed professional in the specific field (ie. Electrician) be called out to offer a second opinion. It is important to remember that a home inspection is a visual inspection.

Sellers are under no obligation to repair everything mentioned in the inspection report. It is inappropriate to demand that a seller address maintenance items or conditions already listed on the disclosure page of the real estate agreement.

Here is what I inspect: