Schultz Property Inspections
Our inspectors are highly qualified with over 10 years of property inspection experience.
Residential ◊ Commercial ◊ New Construction ◊ Multi Unit
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Wayne Schultz is a Certified Master Inspector with over 15 years experience in all phases of residential and commercial construction.
Pre-Listing Inspections, Preventative Maintenance Inspections, New Construction (all phases) Inspections, Re-inspections, Spas & Pools, Outbuildings and Multi-Unit Inspections
Why Choose Us?
We are a local, Veteran owned and operated company.
Our inspectors are highly qualified.
We are proud members
National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI)
High Desert Association of Realtors
International Code Council
Inspections are usually conducted by an inspector who has the training and certifications to perform a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a property, often in connection with the purchase, lease, financing or maintaining of the property.
Unless you walk the roof, crawl through the attic, pull the breaker panel and know what you are looking for there is a good likelihood that something will be overlooked. All of these and many more problems have been detected by our inspectors of newly constructed homes.
Real Estate Partner
Being a valuable partner involves offering tools and services to equip our referral partners with useful information that helps them better serve their clients. We’re here for you well after we’ve conducted a home inspection for your client.
Wayne and Deanna Schultz are the proud owners of Schultz Property Services for over nine years. We are a local, Veteran owned and operated company specializing in Residential and Commercial Property Inspections. We serve San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles Counties. We are members in good standing with International Code Council, NACHI, FREA and an Affiliate member of High Desert Association of Realtors.
Wayne Schultz is a Certified Master Inspector with over 15 years of experience in all phases of residential and commercial construction.
We also offer Pre-Listing Inspections, Preventative Maintenance Inspections, New Construction (all phases) Inspections, Re-inspections, Spas & Pools, Outbuildings and Multi-Unit Inspections.
We offer a $25 Veteran Discount.
Please check out our Sample Report
Q. What is a property inspection?
An inspection is a visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a property from foundation to roof.
Q. Why do I need a property inspection?
An inspection will point out the positive aspects of a property as well as required ongoing maintenance that will be needed to keep the property in good condition. By having an inspection, you will have a clear understanding of the condition of the property.
An inspection can be helpful if you have owned your property for many years. It will identify problems and recommend solutions.
Q. What is included in a property inspection?
Roof * Vents * Flashings
Gutters * Downspouts
Skylights * Chimney * Other Roof Penetrations
Decks * Steps * Porches * Walkways * Railings
Grading * Drainage
Basement * Foundation * Crawlspace
Water Penetration * Foundation Movement
Heating and Cooling Systems
Main Water Shut Off Valves
Water Heating Systems
Interior Plumbing Fixtures and Faucets
Drainage Sump Pump with Accessible Floats
Electrical Service Lines * Meter Box
Main Disconnect * Service Amperage
Electrical Panels * Breakers * Fuses
Grounding and Bonding
Fireplace Damper Door and Hearth
Insulation * Ventilation
Garage Doors * Safety Sensors * Openers
Q. How do I obtain my report?
Your report will be delivered to you and your agent through our Home Gauge system. Your sign on and password will be included in an email to you and your agent to access the report.
Q. When will my report be ready?
Our inspection reports go through a three-step process to ensure your report is accurate. It is typically delivered within 24 hours.
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