Bulls Eye Inspection brings professionalism, value, and attention to detail to every home inspection. Services include Chimney Inspections, Deck Inspections, General Home Inspection (Buyer’s Inspection), Infrared (IR) Thermal Imagery for Moisture Intrusion, Move-In Certified, New Construction, Pre-listing Inspections, Roof Inspections, and Warranty Inspections.

General Home Inspection (Buyer’s Inspection)

This is our typical home inspection that catches common defects so you understand the investment you’re making. Includes IR thermal imagery!
A General Home Inspection includes these systems:
Foundations, grading & drainage, basements, walkways, and floor, wall and ceiling structures.
Roof coverings, drainage systems, flashings and skylights, chimneys and other roof penetrations.
Service entrance and panels, branch circuits, connected devices and fixtures, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, and making sure your outlets are GFCI-protected.
Fixtures and faucets, water supply systems, drain, waste and vent systems, water heater, vents, flues and chimneys, and any sump pumps or fuel storage and distribution systems.
Heating and cooling equipment, ducts, vents and flues.
Dishwasher, garbage disposal, range hood, range or oven, cooktop, microwave, trash compactor, bathroom exhaust fans, garage door operator, and other built-in appliances.

Infrared Thermal Imagery for Moisture Intrusion

Water may be essential to life, but, as a destructive force, water can diminish the value of your home or building. Homes as well as commercial buildings can suffer water damage that results in increased maintenance costs, a decrease in the value of the property, lowered productivity, and potential liability associated with a decline in indoor air quality. Ensure that your home is sound and health ailments are minimized – get your home inspected for moisture intrusion. Hire a qualified InterNACHI inspector to perform an inspection of elements of your building prone to water intrusion to ensure that they remain in good condition.

Move-In Certifed Inspection

Let’s buyers know the home has been pre-inspected and the seller confirms that there are no major systems in need of immediate repair or replacement and no known safety hazards.

Chimney Inspections

Fireplaces and wood stoves are designed to burn only one type of fuel. Burning inappropriate fuel can cause mechanical damage. Chimneys can become lined with residue from inappropriate items, which may lead to a dangerous chimney fire. Ensure that your fireplace or stove is the correct size, has the correct amount of combustion air, is burning proper fuel, and the components are functional and safe.

Deck Inspection

Is your deck safe? Decks, whether professionally or DIY installed, often are not constructed correctly and do fail. Have your deck inspected to ensure you and your guest’s safety!

New Construction Inspection

New construction homes need an objective third-party to inspect. The city or county inspectors often don’t catch everything. Includes IR thermal imagery!

Roof Inspection

Roofs take a beating from hail, rain, wind, and the sun. A sound roof is the first step to having a well-functioning building system and a comfortable living space for you and your family.

Sellers Pre-listing Inspection

Some homeowners want to make repairs to their house before they put it on the market and will make repairs using their inspection report as a baseline reference. Please understand that most buyers will still want to perform their own inspection even if the seller has already had an inspection done. Includes IR thermal imagery!

Warranty Inspection

If your home was recently constructed it is under warranty from the builder. Most such warranties are for one year – get your home inspected before the warranty expires. After the warranty expires any necessary repairs are your responsibility; spend money now for a thorough home inspection while the cost of repairs is covered by the builder. Includes IR thermal imagery!

Mold Testing

If you have moisture intrusion, poorly vented attics and crawl spaces, you may have mold.  Mold can produce unpleasant odors, damage building materials, and potentially lead to allergies or worse. Make your home as clean and safe as possible by getting it inspected for mold.

Radon Testing

Aside from smoking, radon causes more lung cancer than any other cause.  Radon is colorless, odorless, and sadly abundant in Colorado.  Have your home tested for radon.  If you have had a radon mitigation system installed, test again to confirm that it is working correctly.

Condo Inspection

We will inspect the non-communal (i.e. roof, garage, etc.) areas of a condo or townhome.  To help detect moisture intrusion, all condo inspections include IR Thermal Imagery.

Manufactured Home

We will inspect the non-communal (i.e. roof, garage, etc.) areas of manufactured homes. To help detect moisture intrusion, all manufactured home inspections include IR Thermal Imagery.

My Inspections Include the Following:


A condo inspection EXCLUDES the Roof, Site, Exterior, Insulation, Attached Garages/Carports and sometimes the Structure. These systems typically are owned/maintained by the Home Owner’s Association. A typical manufactured house does not provide access to the attic space. Rarely is there an attached garage.


Inspection fee varies by size and age of house


Includes the entire roof and both units


Includes the entire roof and all units.


Includes entire roof and 4 to 8 randomly chosen apartment units.


Please call for a price quote. A commercial building is more involved and may require a field visit for an accurate price quote.