A Thorough Home Inspection Company for Buyers and Sellers

A Professional Home Inspector Helps You Make Informed Decisions.

Buying or selling a home can be nerve-wracking. Unless you are an expert in construction, it is difficult to accurately assess the condition of the structure. Don’t leave this important transaction up to guesswork! Hunter Home Inspections is a home inspection company that has the knowledge, experience, and training to identify problems before the sale.

Hunter Home Inspections is the right choice for your next real estate transaction. Contact us to schedule a home inspection.

Why Do You Need a Home Inspection Company?

A home is one of the biggest investments that most people make in their lifetimes. The down payment alone may represent years of saving. The buyer doesn’t want to risk that amount and discover a home with serious flaws. The seller doesn’t want oversight to break down the process. Hiring a licensed home inspector will ensure that all parties are working from the same page. Hunter Home Inspections provides several different services to meet client needs.

General Home Inspections

Both sides of a real estate transaction need to know the true condition of the structure for an honest negotiation. Hunter Home Inspections will assess every aspect of the property from the overall condition to specific systems. When Jeff is done, you will have accurate knowledge about:

Pre-Purchase Pool Inspections

A swimming pool is a wonderful feature in an Arizona home, but it can also lead to unexpected repair expenses. Before you purchase a home with a pool or spa, hiring a certified pool inspector will let know if it is ready for recreation and relaxation. During your pool and spa inspection, the inspector will check out the integrity of the pool and much more.

Pre-Drywall Inspections

During new construction, there is an opportunity to examine the condition of the house frame and internal systems before finishing the rooms with drywall. Electrical wiring, HVAC ductwork, and plumbing pipes are still exposed, so the inspector can ensure that they have been installed up to code. If repairs are necessary, assessing these systems while they are easily accessible will save you time and labor.

Drone Property Inspections

An aerial drone equipped with a camera gives a bird’s eye view of the property. Assessing an area from above will spot problems with the roof, gutters, and ventilation systems. The drone can also fly over less accessible parts of a property to spot any problems.

Jeff Hunter, the home inspection company owner inspecting an HVAC unit.

Jeff Hunter

With over thirty years of experience in the commercial and residential construction industry, Jeff Hunter is the ideal home inspector. As a lifelong resident of Arizona, he understands how a hot climate can affect homes over time.

As a contractor, Jeff insisted on delivering the highest level of quality craftsmanship to every project. He brings that same dedication to excellence to his work as a home inspector.

Having finished his training at Inspection Training of Arizona, he is certified by the state to offer services such as

Why Work with Hunter Home Inspections?

Many of our clients know that they need a home inspection company, but they don’t know how to choose one. Jeff Hunter’s combination of experience and skill makes him the ideal choice in the Payson, AZ area.

Extensive Training

Jeff received his home inspector training at Inspection Training of Arizona. Having completed the required coursework and passed his certification exams, he has the necessary knowledge to inspect any residential home.


Jeff understands that real estate transactions are stressful for both sides of the deal. After the inspection, he is happy to explain his findings and make sure that his clients fully understand their implications. He will share what needs to be addressed immediately and issues that may arise down the line.

Attention to Detail

His years of working as a carpentry contractor have taught Jeff the importance of small details. He brings this focused attention to every home he inspects, and it shows in his detailed home inspection reports.

Informed Decisions

The information offered by a quality home inspection is critical to the purchase process. Understanding any issues with the house helps sellers know when they are ready to go on the market and gives buyers knowledge to bring to the negotiating table.

30 Years of Industry Experience

Jeff spent over three decades working in the carpentry and construction industries. This experience means that he understands Arizona residential buildings. He knows the best construction practices and can easily spot deviations from the norm. He also knows what to expect as buildings age over time.

Schedule Your Home Inspection Today!

Buying a new home should not be left to gut impulses or snap decisions. A certified home inspector will give you the information necessary to make an informed choice. Wherever you are in your real estate journey, Hunter Home Inspections is ready to help show you the big picture and small details of the property. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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Below Are Some Common Questions For Home Inspectors

The home inspector’s job is to check out the condition of every aspect of the property. Jeff examines all the major household systems like HVAC, electrical, and plumbing. He also gets on the roof to assess the condition of shingles, gutters, and chimneys. After the inspections, he prepares an official report with HD photos, annotations, and clear explanations of his findings.

The homeowners should take several steps before the inspection to make it an efficient process. They should clear all access points so the inspector can survey every entrance. They will also want to clear the area around the home to provide an open view of the exterior.

Homeowners can also simplify the process by handling small fixes before the inspector arrives. These include:

  • Properly labeling the fusebox
  • Changing burnt out light bulbs
  • Addressing small plumbing projects like leaky faucets
  • Changing the furnace filter
  • Tightening screws on doors and cabinets

An official home inspector must go through a certification process. You will want to make certain that your inspector’s credentials are up to date. You may also want to learn about their experience in the field and education.

Although it depends on the size of the house, a full inspection of an average home takes between two and three hours.

A pre-drywall inspection is a wise step during new construction. This inspection allows a professional to examine the infrastructure of the home before it gets covered by walls. If repairs are necessary at this stage, the contractor is still on-site to make the fix.

The size and features of the pool or spa determine the cost of the inspection. The inspector will examine the physical integrity of the pool along with the systems that support it. A full inspection will examine electrical systems, cleaning and filtering equipment, and the safety and condition of all other features.

The primary factor in the cost of a home inspection is the size of the house. Larger homes will have more circuits, vents, and wall space to examine. Please see our pricing table here for more information.

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