I would HIGHLY recommend Allegiance to anyone looking for an inspector! Kyle was great to work with and is very thorough, informative, professional, and friendly. He walked us through everything and took pictures of all things that would need fixing. Even if there was something small that we would want to look at when we move in, he included it and would make suggestions on how to fix it. On top of the thorough inspection his turn around time was speedy as he got the report to us only a couple of hours after he was finished with the inspection.
— Jaime M.



A friendly and knowledgeable Licensed Home Inspector will meet you at the property.

My clients are typical on site with me for 2 to 3 hours. 

Home Inspections are intended to be non intrusive, yet thorough and educational.

A detailed written report with summary and pictures, typically the same day.

All inspections include a visual Pest Inspection.

Payment in cash or check is expected at time of inspection. Credit or debit card payments can be arranged.



Pricing varies and is based mainly on square footage and the age of the home, along with the complexity of the inspection.

All Home Inspections include a visual Pest Inspection as well as free phone consultation as long as you own the home.

Inspection pricing is determined by size of area to be inspected and complexity of inspection. 

Feel free to call our office at 360-900-9811 for a quote.

-Pricing is subject to change according to inspector's discretion-



• Periodically look around in your crawl space for any signs of moisture or pests.

• Check that your attic is well ventilated. A poorly ventilated attic can negatively effect your roof.

• Don't neglect regularly changing or cleaning the air filters on your air circulation system. They are inexpensive, but a dirty filter reduces efficiency and can be a health concern.

• Be vigilant of your exterior paint and caulking as it is a first defense against water damage.

• Remember to leave room between your siding and landscaping materials. Piling dirt or bark too close to siding can make a great entrance for pests.