Review Bindi Rach

We were in the process of building and Vetter Home Inspections came and did the pre-dry wall, radon and final inspections. They were very flexible in coming as things can often be up in the air with building. We had an issue with our furnace and they even came back to check it once it was fixed. Bindi Rach

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Review Troy Benton

We had Rich handle our pre-closing inspection. He was very professional, prompt and thorough. Our thought process was that we would never regret having an outside inspection done, but we may regret it if we didn’t. Thank you for the peace of mind! Troy Benton

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Meet Rich Vetter

For over 20 years Rich enjoyed a career in IT during which he remodeled and flipped homes. Rich loved working in the construction and real estate field so much he decided to become a home inspector. With his years of remodeling experience and the keen sense of detail garnered from his years in the IT field he now enjoys providing new homeowners with piece of mind and confidence in their…

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New Construction

New Construction

At Vetter Home Inspections we specialize in new construction Buyers receive a comprehensive pre-drywall, pre-closing, and one year home warranty inspection. Each inspections takes between 2-3 hours depending on the size of the home as well as systems to be inspected. After the inspection is complete, I will walk the property with you to review findings and answer questions. A comprehensive report will be provided within 24 hours. Schedule an…

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Reviews

We had Rich handle our pre-closing inspection. He was very professional, prompt and thorough. Our thought process was that we would never regret having an outside inspection done, but we may regret it if we didn’t. Thank you for the peace of mind! Troy Benton Super thorough and very knowledgeable. Rich stayed in touched throughout our entire building process and even stopped to check on things he found to make…

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AC Refrigerant

One of the major troubles we warn customers about when it comes to their home air conditioning systems is signs of leaking refrigerant. The refrigerant in an air conditioner must remain at a constant level, which is known as the AC’s charge, during its lifetime. The air conditioner doesn’t consume refrigerant as it runs (it’s not an energy source, but a heat transference medium), so the only way it can…

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