ASHI certified home inspectors trained to the highest industry standards.  Our home inspections include an electrical system scan* and water pressure test**.  SacPro Home Inspectors also have specialized training in stucco, pool and spa inspections, deck inspections, thermal inspections, and older homes including Victorians.

To get a home inspection call (916) 333-0540 or schedule online.

* Real people to answer your call* Same Day Reports Available
* Easy to read Color Coded Reports* Convenient online booking 24/7

Agents and clients love our reports and online Request for Repairs tool!

Our home inspection reports have a Summary page, include a Request for Repairs builder, and are color coded and easy to read.  Each report also includes photos and detailed descriptions of the home inspector’s observations and helpful recommendations.

SacPro Home Inspections follows the California Real Estate Inspectors Association (CREIA) Standards of Practice for home inspections.  SacPro Home Inspections is a member in good standing with the California Real Estate Inspectors Association and the American Society of Home Inspectors.


Footnotes:
* Most home inspection companies only use a cheap “outlet tester” (“socket tester”) that fails to identify bootleg grounds, measure GFCI response times, and hidden electrocution risks. Our digital electrical system scans find slow GFI/GFCI outlets which are outside manufacturer’s specifications, bootleg grounds, and circuit voltage drops. We do this for free because your safety is important to us.
** Water pressure tests are important. So why do inspection companies skip it? Time. They want to be fast and just do the bare minimum. But water supply piping can internally corrode with rust scaling and restrict water flow. PEX plumbing may experience corrosive dezincification of connectors, restrict water supply pressure, and leak. Water pressure that is too high can cause systemwide failures of faucets and other components. All of these conditions may lead to leaks, flooding and substantial damage to the property. Checking water pressure and water supply performance is an important part of a competent home inspection. We do this for free because our goal is to provide the best possible service to our customers.