Brink Home Inspections was built with customer satisfaction as the number one goal . A successful day with our company is measured by how many clients feel we have done an exceptional job for them and would recommend us to their friends.
Our goal is to build long term relationships even after the inspection. Please stay in touch with us even after you have moved into your new home if you have any home related questions.
Our inspectors make sure to point out the positive aspects of a property as well as the areas of concern. Inspector, David Brink, is a certified inspector with the InterNACHI Association of Certified Inspectors. David also has over 40 years of experience in building, remodeling and repairing homes. He understands the importance of a home purchase or sale and will patiently take time to explain all aspects of the final report.
When you hire our services, you can count on us for the results you want and need. Please use our online scheduler or contact us directly to discover the benefits of working with our company.
To us, quality means taking time to carefully inspect all aspects of the home using our technical expertise. Our goal is to make sure our client is making a well informed decision about the purchase of their home. We explain the difference between a serious issue and a minor one.
Our average home inspection lasts 3 to 4 hours. At the end of the inspection, we will take time to review our preliminary report, answer any questions and have a full report available within 24 hours. After receiving the written report, we are always available to answer additional questions.
We are certain that you won't find a more thorough home inspection at a lower cost...that is the VALUE of a Brink Home Inspection.
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Colorado is known as Zone 1 when it comes to the presence of high radon gas levels. Nearly 73% (that is every 3 out of 4 homes) of all homes in Colorado have high levels of the gas.
A sewer scope is a video inspection of the lateral sewer line leading from the house to the city tap or a septic tank. Taking the time to have a sewer line inspection, you avoid the chance of getting a nasty surprise after your home purchase. We can offer you the advance knowledge of the home's sewer line condition. Whether you are a home buyer or home owner, you should have your sewer line checked to make sure there are no breaks or blockages.
Sewer Line Repair Cost
The average cost to repair a sewer main is $2,556. You could spend anywhere between $1,073 and $4,054, depending on the kind of damage. Full sewer line replacement ranges from $3,000 to $25,000.
An initial diagnosis with a professional in-pipe camera service is an upfront expense that can save you time and money with a proper determination of the problem.
Our home inspectors are available every day of the week for inspections and customer service to ensure the best service and convenience to our customers.
Insured And Bonded
We carry General Liability, and Errors & Omissions Insurance. We are also Bonded for $25k to protect against any incidentals.
We are very proud of the quality of services we offer. If you find yourself unsatisfied with our home inspection, it is our pledge to you that we will make it right.
The Buy-Back Guarantee is valid for home inspections performed for home buyers and home sellers only by participating InterNACHI® Certified Professional Inspectors®.
Booking an inspection is a click away. You can view the available schedule of our home inspectors and services and have your services booked and confirmed in minutes
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