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Wanted: Certified Inspectors
Consumers across North America need certified inspectors. Please join our network of inspectors today. It's free.
Replacing a roof? Having a new home built? Remodeling a bathroom? Adding a deck?
We’ll make sure your contractor does it right!
Have one of our local and independent certified inspectors stop by and check to see that the work is being done properly, before it’s too late. The inspector can also approve the completed job before you make the final payment to the contractor.
Reasonable Rates: It costs no more than a few hundred dollars per visit to have a third-party, certified inspector check your project.
OverSeeIt inspectors offer a variety of services:
- Project and contractor oversight
- New-construction phase inspections
- Final walk-through inspections
- One-Year Builder’s Warranty Inspections
- Annual inspections for home and commercial property owners
- Investor consulting
- Pre-Listing Seller Inspections
- Foreclosure inspections
- Insurance inspections
- Home inspections
While we strive to promote excellence and professionalism in the home inspection industry, the selection of a home inspector is ultimately a decision for the customer, and we do not guarantee or warrant any inspection performed by those inspectors listed on this website. Visitors to this website understand and agree that the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) is not liable for the alleged acts or omissions of any inspector it promotes, nor may InterNACHI be held liable for damages allegedly sustained as a result of the acts or omissions of those inspectors, regardless of the legal theories employed. Users of this site agree that the exclusive venue for any litigation against InterNACHI will be brought in the District Court for Boulder County, Colorado, or the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado in Denver if federal jurisdiction is mandatory. In any such action the parties waive trial by jury. In any such action, the court must award the prevailing party its attorney’s fees and expenses.