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A-Pro Home Inspection Denver. A-Pro, since 1994, has helped thousands of clients avoid costly undisclosed problems when buying or selling a home.

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A-Pro has been a leader in home inspections in Denver for decades. Our mission is to deliver personalized service and advice, 100% transparency and integrity, and the best value for our clients.


A-Pro Home Inspection reports are hard-bound, beautiful, and full of photos! And unlike so many inspectors who pinpoint only negative aspects of the home, we also include the positive attributes in our quest for a fair and balanced approach to report writing. At A-Pro, we believe this way leads to better homebuying decisions.


A-Pro’s comprehensive 500-point Home Inspections in Denver covers everything from the foundation to the rooftop. No third-party inspections and no delays mean a better experience for buyers and sellers alike.


Let me introduce myself. I’m Ray Washburn, leader of your local A-Pro Home Inspection team.

As your neighbor serving the Denver area, I am excited to bring you the attention to detail, professionalism, technical skill, and customer-focused experience that have been hallmarks of my 30-year career, both in residential construction and visual design.

At A-Pro Home Inspection Denver, you’ll receive a comprehensive roof-to-foundation inspection, well-explained answers to your questions, and accurate reports delivered in a timely fashion, whether you’re listing a property or making a decision on a home purchase. You can expect the honest, dependable service that has made A-Pro the most trusted name in home inspections since 1994. That is my pledge to you.

It is an honor and great responsibility to inspect the unique homes of Denver and surrounding communities near me. Rest assured, you can rely on an A-Pro home inspection performed by a professional who cares about your complete satisfaction and the neighborhoods we serve.

Ray Washburn, CHI®, PHI, ® ISHI®, InterNachi®, ITI ®
A-Pro Home Inspection Denver.


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A-Pro offers new home builders warranty inspections to detect notable defects before your one-year builder’s home warranty expires. A-Pro Home Inspections will meticulously document and report visual defects within your new home that may be covered under your builder’s home warranty in order to maximize your home warranty coverage. The Home Warranty Inspection report will give you the leverage you need to obtain the repairs necessary before your builder’s warranty expires on your new home.

This could be your last chance to correct installation deficiencies common with new home systems and components failures. We highly recommend scheduling your home warranty inspection with us at the beginning of the 11th month. This will give you the time you need to coordinate and discuss our expert hardbound report with your new home warranty provider. Waiting until the last minute can force new homeowners into a disadvantaged negotiating position with the home warranty provider. Regrettably, some home warranty providers charge high premiums for their warranties but are less enthusiastic about paying claims. Call A-Pro Denver home inspection today before your new home warranty expires, leaving you with safety and performance-related deficiencies that should have been corrected.

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One of the more unpleasant surprises new homeowners encounter is the sight of a filter backing up into their home or the smell of raw sewage due to a clogged sewer line. That’s why you’ll find a Sewer Scope Inspection before you buy. Thanks to a mini video camera placed in your sewer line by a certified technician, you’ll know if there are problems—such as tree roots and foundation cracks—that demand immediate attention.  Learn here what you can expect from your inspection..

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The Maintenance Home Inspection is a service offered to existing homeowners to help protect what to most of us is our largest investment. This is one of the most comprehensive inspections we do since we have the opportunity to work with the homeowner to gain access to areas that are not available during a visual-only inspection. The goal of the Maintenance Home Inspection is to detect potential system failures or other issues within a home to allow the homeowner to make informed and prioritized repairs while hopefully avoiding the major home maintenance cost surprises.

We recommend Maintenance Home Inspections for all homeowners on a yearly basis. We also have found that many clients hire us to inspect elderly parent’s homes, rental properties, and vacation homes.

Take control of your home repair budget and improve your ability to communicate with contractors by hiring A-Pro Home Inspection in Denver to conduct a Maintenance Home Inspection.

FHA Home Inspection in Denver


The FHA (Federal Housing Administration) Home Inspection is our standard industry-leading Home Inspection but formatted to meet the requirements of our clients that are utilizing an FHA loan. FHA loans provide an option for homeownership to borrowers who may not qualify with other lenders, and often allow lower down payments and interest rates. An FHA-insured mortgage can be used to purchase a new or existing home. A home inspection is strongly recommended by the FHA as part of the loan process.

As the FHA is a Federal program, the reporting requirements on Home Inspections supersede those of any state-mandated reporting requirements. Ensure your loan process is not slowed down due to the Home Inspection expectations and that your investment is protected by calling A-Pro Home Inspection Denver to conduct your FHA Home Inspection.

HUD Inspection in Denver


There are specific forms associated with HUD homes and HUD home inspections. A HUD home is a property acquired by HUD (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development) as a result of a foreclosure action on an FHA-insured mortgage. HUD becomes the property owner, offers it for sale, and then sells it at market value as quickly as possible. HUD properties are sold as-is without warranty and no repairs should be performed on a property until after the new owner has taken possession. It is critical when purchasing a home sold by HUD to get a Denver home inspection by A-Pro® as soon as possible for a number of reasons:

(1) The inspection may uncover a condition that makes the buyer choose to back out from the deal and just forfeit the earnest money. A foreclosure is highly likely to have had maintenance ignored and the home to be neglected even abused.

(2) The home is vacant and the time to actual closing is often extended in a HUD transaction, any new damage occurring before closing has a realistic chance of being covered by HUD if well documented.

Certified 203k Specialist in Denver


The 203(k) program was created in the early ’60s as a way to obtain the funds needed to complete repairs and to refinance or purchase a home. The program’s complexity prevented it from being used effectively until the mid-90’s when 203k consultants were first introduced to the field. Many of our A-Pro Home Inspectors are certified consultants and can help you navigate this complex process.

Certified Home Inspectors in Denver


At A-Pro Home Inspection Denver, our home inspectors are CHI® certified which means they conduct a 1,800 point home inspection. By far, the most comprehensive in the home inspection industry.

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The building of a home is critical at every step. Having an ITI® certified building inspector present at each step of this process is also critical. While most contractors are very good at what they do, it is imperative to have another set of eyes to verify the decisions that they have to make and the execution.

4-Point Inspector in Denver

The A-Pro New Construction Phase Inspections Program consists of four (4) inspections for the home buyer.

For all new construction phase inspections, it is important to get an idea from the builder of a date that they anticipate the building will be ready for each phase of the inspection – as soon as the date is given, notify us immediately.

PHASE I – Foundation

The foundation inspection is one of the most important and one of the most difficult to schedule. Builders can easily get ahead of schedule or fall behind the initial schedule due to weather among other problems. We recommend that the home-buyer constantly check with the builder about progress.

  • Concrete Slab – This phase of the inspection is done after the exterior foundation fills are finished and the plumbing rough-ins are installed, however before the concrete slab is poured.
  • Basement – In this phase of the inspection we come out after the forms (fills) are poured and before they backfill. It is extremely important that this inspection is done BEFORE they backfill.
  • Crawl Space – A Crawl Space is simply a basement that you cannot stand up in. This phase of the inspection is done after the foundation is poured but before backfilling and framing begins.

This phase of the inspection is done which involves inspecting the electrical, plumbing, heat, and framing. We usually perform this inspection one to three days before the contractor hangs the drywall. Note: All other inspections above must be performed before this phase.

PHASE III – FINAL Home Inspection

  • This phase of the inspection is done after the building process is finished. This is when the buyer has a walk-thru inspection with the builder about a week or so before the closing of the home takes place. We need to come out 1 to 3 days before this wall-thru. At this time, we perform a complete 500-point comprehensive home inspection with pictures of any problems so the client still has time to address any issues with the builder before closing takes place. At this time we can also schedule additional services (i.e., foundation level survey, radon testing, etc.).
  • This phase of the inspection is done which involves inspecting the electrical, plumbing, heat, and framing. We usually perform this inspection one to three days before the contractor hangs the drywall. Note: All other inspections above must be performed before this phase.
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Having A-Pro Home Inspection Denver on your side during the final fill thru Inspection is a wise decision. A final walk-through is executed a few hours to five days before closing. It is not a home inspection nor is it a time to begin negotiating repairs. The primary purpose of the final walk-through inspection is to make sure that the property is in the agreed-upon condition you agreed to buy it in. (agreed-upon repairs/improvements, if any, were made satisfactory) Many clients re-hire us to conduct the walkthrough after our initial home inspection when there were changes, repairs or improvements negotiated in order to come to a purchase agreement.

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Additional Inspections

There are additional inspections outside of the scope of a standard Home Inspection. Most home inspectors in Denver or the State of Colorado follow minimum standards of practice required. A-Pro provides a 500-point inspection that covers over 1,800 systems and/or components. Contact your A-Pro Home inspector in Denver today for further details.


Below are additional ancillary services that may be of interest to you now or in the near future as a homeowner.

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Many clients hire A-Pro to Inspect and verify specific home repairs are done properly before paying the contractor. The major advantages to using A-Pro to verify home repairs before paying the contractor the final bill. We work for remote landlords and those who live independently to ensure our clients get everything that was agreed upon before making a final payment to a contractor.

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A-Pro takes Roof Inspections to new heights! Have you had ever wondered if the inspector the insurance company sends out (or doesn’t send out) to inspect a roof after a storm involving high winds or hail is working for you or the insurance company? A-Pro Denver Home Inspectors are certified to inspect roof damage for you. With the use of drones licensed aviator Ray Washburn, a graduate of Front Range Community College, is one of the first home inspectors in Denver to use drone technology to inspect roofs. This drone roof inspection technology has many advantages since many roof types should not be walked on or may have too steep of a pitch and can endanger the inspector. The drone roof inspection technology can help identify hail damage, wind damage, damage caused by trees and more. Senior Inspector Washburn states that he uses it mostly for new homebuyers since the roof is a high-cost item that all buyers want to know about. For a fair and balanced assessment of the damage to your roof call A-Pro and make sure you have a professional on your side.

Lead Paint Inspection in Denver


The use of Lead Paint in homes was eliminated in 1978. If your home was built prior to 1978 getting an Inspection specifically to detect lead paint could be advisable but is absolutely critical before you do any type of home improvement projects that require even mild demolition. Many of our A-Pro locations are certified in lead paint inspection.

The health implications associated with lead paint are serious, the toxins from lead paint are most dangerous when the paint is disturbed in some manner and the dust particles infused with lead come in contact with people. Children and women who are pregnant or may become pregnant are the most susceptible to the negative effects associated with high lead exposure.

Carbon Monoxide Testing in Denver


Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, toxic gas and all fuel (gas, oil, kerosene, wood, or coal) burning appliances have the potential to produce CO to some degree due to incomplete combustion. Appliances (including fireplaces) that are not installed, maintained and used properly run the risk of causing CO accumulation to dangerous levels. Extreme CO exposure can cause death, considering that the gas is colorless and odorless proper detection is vitally important.

You’re A-Pro Inspector can test for Carbon Monoxide in the home as well as the appliances and fixtures that may be causing a dangerous level. You’re A-Pro Inspector will also advise you on the proper detectors and the recommended locations of the detectors as well as proper maintenance needed for offending appliances.

Denver Termite Inspection


There are many types of Wood Destroying Insects, but termites are the most common and cause the most damage. A WDO Inspection is often referred to as a Termite Inspection when really all wood destroying insects are inspected for.

Whether you’re buying, selling, or refinancing your home, there is a high probability that you will need a (WDO) Wood Destroying Insect report. WDO reports provide evidence of possible infestation by wood destroying insects or damage caused thereof that is visible and accessible at the time of inspection. In addition to identifying possible infestations and previous treatment, a WDI report will alert a lender or buyer of potential problems within the home.

Termites are slow eaters so if a termite infestation is discovered it is usually not a panic situation. Treatment is effective and can be handled in a few months without causing additional problems.

In nearly all states a State Agency provides oversight of WDO Inspection and Treatment and in all cases, this inspection is outside the scope of a traditional Home Inspection. Your A-Pro Denver Home Inspector can consult with you on your options and in many cases provide the WDO Inspection for you.


All Home Inspections should include a visual inspection of the foundation as a minimum requirement. At A-Pro we understand that a home’s foundation condition ranks very high with our clients relative to concerns about a property and we go over and beyond the visual inspection standard when inspecting the foundation.

The A-Pro Inspection includes a foundation level survey™ ($175.00 value) as part of every standard home inspection. Call us now if you need a comprehensive foundation inspection.

Pool Inspection in Denver


Swimming pools and spas are most often excluded from a standard home inspection because they require special training and a separate report. This is not to say that Pool and Spa Inspections are not important, they absolutely are. A pool and/or spa are often vital components to that dream home. When mechanical, chemical, and especially safety issues surface with a pool or spa the dream can turn into a nightmare compounded with liability. Protect yourself and ask your A-Pro Denver Home Inspector for a Pool and Spa Inspection. Our in-depth Inspection will not only uncover critical issues present but also help you in the planned maintenance of your pool and/or spa.

Denver Mold Inspection


Most if not all of us have heard the horror stories associated with mold in a home and it is absolutely true that an elevated condition of mold in a home is a health danger. Certain mold spores can lead to respiratory disease, allergic reactions, and other health issues. All mold and the conditions for mold growth (Moisture) can compromise the structure of the home. For Mold to grow it needs three things: (1) Food Source (2) Moisture (3) Warmth

An A-Pro Mold Inspection can help prevent serious problems and significant expenses.

Radon Inspection in Denver


It may surprise you that Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer and that nearly all homes have some level of Radon in them. Radon is an odorless and colorless gas that emits as radioactive uranium breaks down in the soil, filter, or rocks. Radon enters a home in many ways such as through cracks in slabs, fill joints, and filter supply. An elevated amount of Radon in a home is a health hazard. The standard Home Inspection does not include Radon testing.

The EPA has recommended that every home is tested for Radon and that if the test comes back at an exceeded level it fix the home. The good news is that repairing a home to normal Radon levels is not usually a high-cost proposition.

If you need A-Pro’s help in testing for Radon and/or reading the results please call on us.

Thermal Imaging Inspection in Denver


hermal Imaging Inspections are not included in a standard home inspection. Many people like to think in terms of a Home Inspection as compared to a Doctor’s visit. A standard Home Inspection compares to a Physical performed by a doctor when he does a thorough visual check on you. A Thermal Imaging Inspection compares to going in for an MRI.

A thermal imaging inspection is performed with an infrared camera. The Inspection can provide home buyers, sellers, or homeowners with a wealth of information such as:

  • Structural defects caused by wood-destroying insects
  • Energy and heat loss
  • Moisture penetration and or leaks
  • problems with electrical wiring overheating
  • And much more

Call A-Pro Home Inspection Denver for a Thermal Imaging Inspection when you need to know more.


Structural Inspection in Denver


A standard home inspection includes many of the elements of a structural inspection but is not as in-depth as a stand-alone Structural Inspection. During a Structural Inspection, the A-Pro Inspector will be looking for and reporting on only the foundation and supporting elements of a home, investigating for a variety of distress indications that may result in repair or further evaluation recommendations.

If you notice a problem such as a sagging roof, bowing walls or cracking foundation or your home has been subject to severe storm damage, flooding or fire call your A-Pro Denver Home Inspector for a Structural Inspection.

Commercial Building Inspection in Denver


Commercial property is defined as the building structures and improvements located on a parcel of commercial real estate. These may include structures such as buildings with residential units operated for profit, mixed-use buildings, strip malls, motels, factories, storage facilities, restaurants, and office buildings.

A commercial inspection requires the inspector to make observations, conduct research, and report findings. A-Pro Home Inspection Denver will conduct Commercial Inspections for you.

The A-Pro Inspector will collect information through visual observation during a walk-through survey as well as conduct research about the property including key components and reports relative to the property. A-Pro will then generate a meaningful report about the condition of the property based on the observations made and research conducted.

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