About Chris Scott

Chris Scott is an ASHI certified home inspector with multiple years of experience in home inspections, blower door testing, duct leakage testing, and Boulder Rental License Inspections. Chris is also the Website Coordinator for Scott Home Inspection.

Home Inspections In Centennial CO

By |2022-01-17T13:24:56-07:00January 17th, 2022|City Analysis|

About Centennial Centennial, Colorado is a suburb south of the Denver Metro area. It's well known for its close proximity to the city and to the Denver Tech Center, making it a great central location for commuting to work or downtown. Centennial is a fairly new city that was formed in 2001 [...]

Industry Partner Spotlight: Lance Cayko (F9 Productions)

By |2022-01-14T13:23:55-07:00January 14th, 2022|Agent Spotlight|

Lance Cayko is a founding partner alongside Alex Gore at F9 Productions. F9 is a young and energetic team of architectural design professionals who have been in business since 2009. In our years of working with F9, we have found that they produce the highest quality buildings and designs, don't cut corners, and deliver the highest quality service.

Lost Power In Your Bathrooms? Here’s The Fix!

By |2021-12-13T08:58:37-07:00December 13th, 2021|Back to Basics, Electrical|

Have you lost power in not one, but all of your bathrooms? Or maybe you have lost power in the outlets but the lights and fans still work? Or possibly, just the outlets and the lights above the vanity? This odd occurrence is easily explained but can be concerning if you don't understand the electrical [...]

How Do I Locate My Main Water Shut Off?

By |2021-11-29T11:08:05-07:00November 29th, 2021|Back to Basics, Plumbing|

Water problems are some of the scariest issues to deal with as a homeowner. If a leak starts, you need to know how to jump into action before serious water damage occurs. One way to help prepare is to ensure you and your family know where the main water shut-off for the home is located. [...]

Zillow Offers iBuyer Collapse – What This Means For Colorado Housing

By |2021-11-22T09:52:24-07:00November 15th, 2021|Ask Your Inspector, Industry Update|

Unless you have been ignoring the everyday news cycle, you've probably heard the story of Zillow's great rise and recent fall in the iBuyer real estate world. Zillow announced at the end of October that it would be completely closing its "Zillow Offers" division and would immediately stop buying homes. This included a layoff of [...]

Boulder Vacation Rental License? What are the Requirements?

By |2021-11-29T13:11:45-07:00October 19th, 2021|Boulder Rental License|

The city of Boulder has a long history with rental licenses of different types. Most notably is their long-term rental license program that has been around in one form or another for half a decade. This program requires anyone looking to rent a home within the city of Boulder to obtain a rental license from [...]

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Industry Partner Spotlight: Jennifer Fly with milehimodern

By |2021-10-14T12:00:13-06:00October 14th, 2021|Agent Spotlight|

Jennifer Fly is an amazing agent in the Colorado Front Range that we have worked with for many years. She recently joined milehimodern and will be opening their new office in Boulder soon!

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Why Are Home Inspections So Expensive?

By |2021-09-13T14:37:31-06:00September 13th, 2021|Ask Your Inspector, Pre-Purchase Home Inspections|

Home inspections are a very important part of the home buying process. But why are home inspections expensive you ask? While we believe our fees are reasonable and in line with the market, this question is very highly searched on Google. Our home inspections range from $315 to $1000 based on the size of the [...]

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The Problem With Galvanized Supply Pipes

By |2021-09-13T12:45:16-06:00August 3rd, 2021|Back to Basics, Plumbing|

Galvanized supply pipes are still fairly common in older homes around the country. It was a commonly used piping material before the 1960s. The pipes were seen as a cheaper alternative to copper and a better alternative to lead, which was commonly used when the piping material was invented. The pipes were dipped in a [...]

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Explaining Denver Blower Door Requirements in 2021

By |2021-09-09T19:55:16-06:00July 26th, 2021|Blower Door Testing, Energy Code Info|

Now that blower door testing is in full swing in Denver, we'd thought we would write a blog about the different requirements the city has to help clear up common questions our clients have. The requirements vary from new homes to additions, and Denver's requirements are slightly different than other counties in Colorado. While it [...]

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