Certified Home Inspector

Serving Payson, AZ, and Surrounding Areas

With over 30 years of construction experience, Jeff Hunter knows the ins and outs of residential properties. A certified home inspector can discover problems that are not obvious at first glance and save you from unpleasant surprises.

Combining Decades of Construction Experience with Careful Attention to Detail.

Your Perfect Home May Not Be So Perfect

You love the open floor plan, and the location is ideal. It is easy to fall in love with a new home, especially in a competitive housing market. The desire to move into a new home can give homebuyers tunnel vision that overlooks serious problems.

Hidden issues may cause trouble down the line. For sellers, an unexpected problem can disrupt deals or lower your selling price. For a buyer, if you don’t catch the defect before you close, you may be making expensive repairs that should have been someone else’s responsibility.

Working with a certified home inspector will prevent this unexpected drama. With his experience in the construction industry and specialized inspection training, Jeff Hunter understands everything that can go wrong with a home. He will carefully survey the property, getting up on the roof to assess the condition of shingles and gutters. Some of the common issues he can identify include:

Aging roof shingles
Blocked gutters
Exposed wiring
Plumbing issues
HVAC problems
Malfunctioning appliances
Water damage
Improper drainage
Pool and spa issues
Cracked foundation
Safety concerns
And much more
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Why Choose Hunter Home Inspections?

Home inspection requires a careful eye as well as a comprehensive knowledge of residential buildings. Not only do you need to know the signs of poor workmanship, but you must also understand how age and the Arizona climate affect structures. Inspectors receive extensive training to prepare them for this task.

Jeff Hunter brings the advantage of decades of experience in the carpentry and construction industries. He understands home construction because he has built, remodeled, and repaired homes in the area. He knows what can go wrong in a home because he has spent years building them right.

Get to know your next home with the help of a licensed home inspector. Schedule your home inspection today!

Working with a Knowledgeable Home Inspector Brings Many Benefits.

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Honest Negotiations

Understanding the defects of a home leads to an honest negotiation. It may be in the seller’s best interest to repair items ahead of time or reduce the price for the buyer.

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Satisfy Insurance

Many insurance companies require a home inspection before they will issue a policy. Taking care of this requirement during the buying process saves you time later.

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Future Budgeting

A home inspection may reveal issues that do not require immediate repair. Knowing that the HVAC system is 10 years old will allow you to budget for the replacement expense later on.

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Peace of Mind

A home is one of the most important purchases you will make. Knowing that you have done your due diligence will make the process less stressful and prevent regrets later on.

A Trustworthy Home Inspector in Payson, AZ

Whether buying or selling, you can rely on Jeff Hunter for affordable home inspections. His industry experience and attention to detail will make certain that there are no unpleasant surprises in the real estate process. Contact Hunter Home Inspections today to set up an appointment.

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Jeff Hunter

Certified Home Inspector

Jeff is an Arizona native with over 30 years of commercial and residential construction experience. As a contractor, he insisted on delivering the highest level of quality craftsmanship to every project.

Having completed his education at Inspection Training of Arizona, Jeff now brings that same level of care as a certified home inspector. He offers services such as

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Below Are Some Common Questions About Our Home Inspection Services

A basic home inspection should look at every aspect of the structure. The process begins by examining the general condition of the walls, windows, roof, and foundation. The inspector should also examine

  • HVAC equipment
  • Plumbing systems
  • Electrical circuits
  • Large appliances

The inspection may also include outdoor features like garages, pools, and decks.

A full pool inspection will look at more than the structural integrity of the pool. The inspector should also examine all the cleaning, plumbing, and electrical equipment associated with the pool or spa.

The home inspector will produce a report of any issues discovered that might affect buying or selling the property. Homebuyers may also want to ask about long-term concerns. Knowing how old equipment is will give you a better sense of how to budget for repairs over time.

A properly licensed inspector should have no issues answering your questions. There are several things you may want to know.

  • Education: All certified home inspectors must study and pass exams before they can practice. Jeff completed his training at Inspection Training of Arizona.
  • Techniques and Equipment: What tools does the inspector bring to the job? For example, Hunter Home Inspections uses a laser thermometer for accurate readings of the stove and hot water fixtures.
  • Services: Does the inspector offer additional services like pool inspections or pre-drywall inspections.

The biggest variable in determining the price is the size of the property. It simply takes more time and effort to properly examine a larger home. Additional features like pools and spas may require a separate inspection charge. Please see our pricing table here for more information.

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Our Home Inspection Services

Our home inspection services are designed to help you understand the condition of the property you’re about to purchase. We’ll look for any and all potential problems so that you can make an informed decision.

Home Inspections

An examination from a certified home inspector is an important step for both buyers and sellers. Knowing the real condition of the house provides valuable information for an informed decision.

Pre-Purchase Home Inspections

Get to know the property before you close. A pre-purchase home inspection will help you avoid buying a money pit in need of frequent repairs.

1-Year Warranty Inspections

Contractor warranties often expire after a year. A 1-year inspection allows you to make repairs while the original builder is still accountable.

Pre-Drywall Inspections

In a pre-drywall inspection, a certified home inspector checks wiring, plumbing, and HVAC ductwork while it is easily accessible. Correcting problems before the drywall goes up saves time and labor costs.

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