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If you are looking for a professional and very thorough inspection of your investment, you've come to the right place. At Blue River Home Inspections and Services, Inc. we provide the best inspection service in Summit County with prompt reports at fair and affordable prices. Servicing Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Silverthorne, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Alma, Faiprlay and everywhere in-between.  See below a small sample of over 4,500 properties we have inspected throughout the area since 2001.


Photos of Past Properties Inspected in Summit County
Blue River Home Inspections
Beeler Road Lewis Ranch in Copper Mountain.  Inspection Fee $360
Commercial Space on Frisco Blvd.  Inspection Fee $200
Mountain Thunder Lodge Two Bedroom Condominium in Breckenridge.  Inspection Fee $200
Raven View Three Peaks in Silverthorne.  Inspection Fee $420
River Run Two Bedroom Condominium in Keystone.  Inspection Fee $150
Settlers Creek Townhome in Keystone.  Inspection Fee $270
Timber Ridge Two Bedroom Condominium in Wildernest.  Inspection Fee $150
Timber Trails Luxurious Home in Breckenridge $8.3 million
Tucker Mountain Inn Three Bedroom Condominium in Copper Mountain.  Inspection Fee $200
One Ski Hill Place Condominium in Breckenridge.  Inspection Fee $250
 47 FairView Circle, Box 1204, Breckenridge,CO 80424
Mountain Thunder Inspection

EX HOME BUILDER AS HOME INSPECTOR

by Roger Hollenbeck on 08/09/14

Talking with my friends who are custom home builders I've learned it's just not the same world.  When they build a home of course it's from the ground up with, foundation, framed walls, trusses, and the installation of all the plumbing, heating and electrical, appliances and final finishes.  All brand new stuff.  One of my builder friends I occasionally hire to assist inspecting larger homes told me it's a real eye opener because when you see a house 5 or 10 years older you see all the mistakes the original builder made. You see the wear and tear of the components the occupants touch, use and control. Weather related problems, water infiltration issues, vermin intrusion. Issues he never imagined in the course of building the original home.  Inspecting a house is almost completely different than building a house.  

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