Serving central Washington State:
Yakima to Prosser,
Selah to Goldendale, Ellensburg to Cle Elum, Chinook Pass to
White Pass areas with
An Accurate, Thorough and Timely Home Inspection at a Fair Price
Consistent Thoroughness... Value... Integrity... Guaranteed
HOME INSPECTION differs from an
APPRAISAL which looks mostly at a comparison market
$$ values. A Home Inspection is an unbiased, impartial and
objective, limited visual (nondestructive) examination of the
physical structures, systems, and safety of a home, from the
foundation and grading, up to the roof.
Lozier Home Inspection is a method to assist you in
understanding the overall condition of the home. Our consultation will provide
you with information as to what findings are major and minor. We will offer
suggestions and recommendations... not mandates. The conditions noted on our
report do not necessarily mean you should not purchase the home,
however the information is imperative for you to make a more
Helping you to understand the condition of the home
is our GOAL. We fully understand the stress and emotional
investment during property transactions and we know that a timely
delivery and the ability to communicate in a sensitive and caring manner
can be as important as the report contents. When discussing any
issues we may offer solutions and maintenance
suggestions, thus giving you greater confidence in any
What we are mandated by State of WA to inspect.
10 Questions to ask your Potential Home Inspector: click and print
Washington Home Inspector Standards of Practice
EXTERIOR: grading, walls, roofing,
patios/decks, patio covers, garage, decks, driveways,
soffits/fascias, doors/windows/trim, gutters/downspouts, retaining
STRUCTURE: foundation, attic/crawlspace,
footings/columns, floors, walls, chimneys.
ROOFING: structure, coverings/type,
flashings, skylights, vent/stacks.
ELECTRICAL: Service entrance, grounding,
panel/sub panels, branch circuits, outlets, AFCIs, GFCIs, and circuit
HEATING and A/C: description, combustion
system, A/C components, supply/discharge lines, venting,
PLUMBING: main supply line, distribution
lines, fixtures, vents/traps/drains, functional flow and drainage.
INSULATION: attic, walls, crawlspace,
floors, lines, ductwork, air/vapor barriers. (Accessible areas)
INTERIOR: walls, ceilings, windows, floors,
doors, stairs, fireplaces, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide monitors.
ATTICS AND CRAWLSPACES: inspection of these areas is vital.
What We Inspect (at your request) that are beyond the Scope of a regular Home Inspection
, additional fees may apply:
Structural Pest Inspections (with report): wood destroying
organisms (WDO) inspection (sometimes called a rot and termite inspection),
including those conditions conducive to WDO's. Inspectors must be licensed by the WA Dept of
Agriculture (WSDA) to do these inspections.
- Log homes; Multi units - apartments, condos; Detached structures;
Water Well function testing and Water sampling; Home Energy Report;
When Do I Receive My Report?
We use a
web based Inspection Report (see
www.reporthost.com) that is very thorough, easy to read and understand,
and includes many photos.
We usually have it to you Via Email by that evening, on the
day of your inspection.
Click here or on the Red Bar (Your Report) at left to
view a sample report.
Jerry Lozier, Certified Master Inspector®, is a
WASHINGTON STATE LICENSED, and INSURED Home inspector and
WSDA LICENSED Structural Pest Inspector. He is a member of the
National Association of Certified Home
Inspectors (NACHI, www.nachi.org)
and in addition to his remodeling/construction background
Jerry has been trained and educated in HOME INSPECTION
through Inspection Training Associates (ITA). Jerry abides by a strict
Code of Ethics/Standards of Practice and maintains many hours a year
in continuing education. In other words:
Knowledge, Experience, Certified, Educated, Licensed, and
My promise to
When a Good
Thorough and Timely Home Inspection at a Fair Price matters to
YOU NEED to
JERRY LOZIER HOME INSPECTIONS
Choosing the right home inspector can at
times be difficult. Unlike most professionals, you probably will not
get to meet me until after you hire me. Furthermore, different
inspectors have varying qualifications, equipment, experience,
reporting methods, and yes, different pricing. One thing for sure is
that a home inspection requires work, lots of work. Ultimately a
thorough, quality inspection depends entirely on the individual
inspectors own effort.
Please. if you will honor me with the
opportunity to inspect your home I guarantee that I will give you my
very best effort . Jerry Lozier
Thank you for browsing my website…. I hope this information was beneficial to you
and that you also understand fully the critical importance
of having an accurate evaluation of the major systems and safety of the home
in which you plan to raise your family before you invest a significant part of
your assets in it. And that you are not willing to leave it to ‘just luck’.