Ask Your Inspector Program, from Scott Home Inspection

When you choose to have Scott Home Inspection perform your inspection, our support doesn’t end with the inspection and report. Through our Ask Your Inspector program, we provide ongoing support to you via chat or email, and via our extensive knowledge base of articles and videos.  Our blog posts offer simple tips to help you maintain your home, and contain insight and perspective that only a home inspector can bring.  Should any concerns arise, we want to be your first call for support and questions.

Ask Your Inspector

Have a Question? Ask Your Inspector!

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  • Email us through our contact form on this page
  • Chat with us using the pop up in the lower right corner
  • Comment on one of our informational blog post articles

Contractor Referral List:

We maintain a list of reputable contractors that we know do good work, or we have received a referral from a past inspection client.  Check out these companies when you need work done on your home.

Contractor Referral List

Recent Articles and Blog Posts:

Why does my house have ice dams?

March 21st, 2019|0 Comments

Every climate type poses its own set of challenges to overcome.  In a cold weather climate, where snow and ice are common, it is not unusual to see icicles hanging from the eaves of a [...]

What Is An HVAC Load Calculation?

March 19th, 2019|0 Comments

“It is so hot in this bedroom.” “The heat runs all the time and it is still cold in here.” “It always feels so humid in this house.”  “The furnace is only ten years old, [...]

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What Causes Mold Growth

March 19th, 2019|0 Comments

While mold spores are everywhere in the air, it can become more problematic when higher concentrations are present in your home. It can cause a person to become ill if they are exposed to it [...]

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Radon in Colorado: 2019 Statistics

February 22nd, 2019|0 Comments

Radon is linked to over 20,000 deaths across the country each year. In fact, radon in Colorado is the second leading cause of lung cancer behind smoking. For an element that is odorless, colorless and [...]

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