Home Inspection Pocatello ID

Homeowners need to take advantage of the green revolution that saves them money. Home inspection has broadened to include energy audits that help you maximize home energy-efficiency. Every once in a while a home inspection will also help you improve any maintenance deficiencies. Please scroll down to learn more and get access to the home inspectors in Pocatello, ID listed below.

Ronald Hansen
Pillar To Post Home Inspections
(208) 478-4728
Pocatello, ID
Member Organizations
NAHI CRI

Matthew Merlino
(208) 866-1578
2362 E. Gloucester Place
Boise, ID
Company
Homeworks Inspection Services, LLC
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Roger Burnham
(877) 764-3706
1354 Wells Lane
Orofino, ID
Company
All-Home Inspections
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Christopher Munro
(208) 290-2472
153 Killdeer Rd.
Sandpoint, ID
Company
Peak Inspections
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Matthew Dawes
(866) 323-4900
9843 West M'ren Street
Boise, ID
Company
Building Specs
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Dan Kopp
(208) 941-0243
15438 Moonstruck Dr
Caldwell, ID
Company
Valley Home Inspection
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Dan Chapleski
(208) 765-8783
212 Ironwood Dr. Suite D #123
Coeur d'Alene, ID
Company
True North Inspection Services
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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David Reish
(208) 941-5760
3013 Maywood Ave.
Boise, ID
Company
Anthem Inspections
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Dean Kalmukos
(888) 670-8128
613 Bryden Ave Suite C178
Lewiston, ID
Company
K&K Consultants; Home Inspections & More
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Dan Kopp
(208) 941-0243
PO Box 719
Nampa, ID
Company
Valley Home Inspection
Membership Organizations
American Society of Home Inspectors

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Independent Home Inspection and Testing

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Builders can claim that their homes are energy efficient. But many of the energy efficiency features in a home are not visible, so how can home buyers really be sure? Look for homes that have earned the ENERGY STAR—these homes have had their energy efficiency independently verified by an inspector known as a Home Energy Rating System (HERS) rater. These professionals advise home builders how to select the most appropriate energy-efficient features for a home, inspect and test the home during construction, and then verify that the home meets EPA’s strict guidelines for energy efficiency.

BENEFITS OF INDEPENDENT INSPECTION AND TESTING
  1. Peace-of-Mind for Making a Smart Home Purchase: Before buying a used car, consumers often take the car to a trusted mechanic not affiliated with the seller to have an expert verify its performance. This helps ensure they are making a smart purchase. Homebuyers can have similar peace-of-mind by looking for the ENERGY STAR label—typically located on a home’s circuit breaker box. This label assures homebuyers that the home has been verified by an independent HERS rater to be truly energy efficient home. In addition to lowering monthly utility bills, the energy efficiency features typically found in ENERGY STAR qualified homes can also contribute to improved home durability and homeowner comfort.
  2. -Specific Recommendations: An energy-efficient home built in Florida would not necessarily be energy efficient if it were built in Michigan. For a home to be energy efficient, it must be designed for regional weather characteristics. HERS raters are trained in climate-effective energy saving techniques, and their knowledge and field experience helps ENERGY STAR builder partners construct high-quality homes.
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