Professional Home Inspection for Hunter Creek, Christopher Creek, and Forest Lakes, AZ

A Qualified Home Inspector for the Greater Payson Region and Forest Lakes

People who purchase homes in the small communities along Arizona 260 appreciate some solitude. However, being further from the larger cities can be a challenge if you discover a problem with your new home. Our home inspection services in Hunter Creek, Christopher Creek, and Forest Lakes will ensure you know the full story of your potential property.

A Hunter Creek Home Inspection Will Avoid Unpleasant Surprises

The communities of Hunter Creek, Christopher Creek, and Forest Lakes are sparsely populated but growing as more people retire to the area. Many of the homes you will find on the market were built after 2000. However, some buildings have been in the area much longer.

No matter how old the structure, the weather patterns in the region take their toll on local homes. Heavy rains in the monsoon season and below-freezing winter temperatures can damage roof shingles and crack foundations. While you may love the tranquility and solitude you find in this part of the state, you want to avoid missing any issues with your new home before you move in.

Jeff Hunter from Hunter Home Inspections is certified and licensed to examine every aspect of your home. Whether you are buying or selling, a home inspection provides essential information to make informed decisions.

Comprehensive Home Inspection Services

Jeff Hunter provides a full range of home inspection services in Hunter Creek, Christopher Creek, and Forest Lakes. When he evaluates a home, he checks for many potential problems.

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A Qualifed Home Inspector for Hunter Creek, Christopher Creek, and Forest Lakes

Are you considering a home in the eastern Payson region? Before you buy or sell your property, be sure to have it inspected by a qualified expert like Jeff Hunter. Schedule an inspection today to start the process.

Questions About Home Inspections?

Our home inspection services give you the information you need to make informed real estate decisions. Below you will find the answers to common questions about the inspection process.

The monsoon season in late summer and early fall brings heavy rains and wind to the region, resulting in the potential for exterior roof damage and interior water damage. With the freezing winter temperatures, homeowners may deal with cracked concrete and tripping hazards caused by shifting sidewalk panels.

Most of the time, a home inspection takes 2-4 hours and involves a complete examination of the building. However, larger homes and properties with features like pools and spas will require extra time.

The process starts when you contact Jeff Hunter by phone at 602-481-5918 or fill out our online scheduling form. We will contact you soon after to work out the details.

Unlike our neighbors to the south, the area east of Payson has gorgeous forests with tall pine trees. You may want a forestry professional to assess the age and safety of trees on your property to reduce the risk of damage from falling limbs or trunks. If you are purchasing property with a private well, it may need an inspection before you can close.

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Hunter Home Inspections Services

At Hunter Home Inspections, we provide a wide range of services to the residents of Hunter Creek, Christopher Creek, and Forest Lakes that provide peace of mind. No matter where you are in the real estate process, Jeff Hunter can help.

Home Inspections

Engaging a certified home inspector is a crucial step for both buyers and sellers of real estate. Understanding the true condition of a property is essential for making well-informed decisions.

Pre-Purchase Home Inspections

Familiarize yourself with your future home before finalizing the deal. Conducting a home inspection prior to purchase can prevent purchasing a property that may require extensive and costly repairs.

1-Year Warranty Inspections

Typically, contractors’ warranties expire after one year, leaving you responsible for repairs. An inspection at this milestone allows for necessary repairs while the responsibility still lies with the builder.

Pre-Drywall Inspections

A pre-drywall inspection involves an examination of the electrical wiring, plumbing, and HVAC systems before they are covered. Identifying and addressing issues at this stage can save significant time and resources.