The true test of the Home Inspector is the quality of the finished report you receive. We utilize the newest technologies to produce our reports. A typical property inspection report is between 15 and 60 pages depending upon size and condition of the structure. Reports also includes fully color digital photos of the home.
Clear, concise and extremely thorough, we think that you will agree that the BBI Inspections report provides you the needed Structural, Mechanical, and Health & Safety information to help you make an informed purchase decision.
We understand how important fast service is in your transaction so we take advantage of internet technology and email the report out as a PDF file usually within 1 business day on residential structures. Fax and mail are delivery options as well.
In addition to Bozeman and Belgrade, we also provide inspection services in Big Sky, Three Forks, Manhattan, Ennis, Livingston, Paradise Valley and West Yellowstone. If the need arises, Darren will service any other outlying areas of SW Montana on an individual basis. Contact Us to discuss fees in these areas or to discuss a Home Inspection Package that is tailored to your unique situation.
Included your inspection report from BBI Inspections
- Topography of the Property
- Roofing / Gutters
- Driveways / Walkways
- Attic / Insulation
- Crawl Spaces
- Heating / Cooling
- Water Heater
- and Much More!
Additional Resources and Information
- Certified Radon Screening (in Gallatin Valley)
Click here for more info on Radon
- Drinking Water E. Coli & Coliform Testing (in Gallatin Valley)
Click here for more info on E. Coli & Coliform
- Drinking Water Nitrate / Nitrite Testing (in Gallatin Valley)
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A Few Thoughts Regarding Fees and Your Home Inspection
When selecting your home inspector, consider VALUE v.s. the FEE that is charged. If all Home Inspector’s experience, credentials, reporting capabilities, and level of customer service were the same, it would be appropriate to shop for a home inspection based exclusively on price …. unfortunately, this is far from the case. The capabilities of Home Inspectors vary widely – from very good to poor.
Choosing someone to provide information that will be the basis for one of your largest investments can be compared to the process by which one would choose a babysitter for their children. Factors that must be considered first include: training related to the task at hand, experience, and references from other clients. After a parent is comfortable that these important selection criteria are covered, consideration of the fee the sitter will be paid is appropriate.
Buyer’s Best Interest Inspections may not be the lowest cost option you have for your Home Inspection, but we assure you that we are the best VALUE.