Jordan and Oasis Home Inspection are responsive, detail oriented, and professional. Quick turnaround for comprehensive inspection reports and reasonable fees make them my go to Maui property inspectors.
Owen Langer, Hawaii Life
Honest, reliable home inspections for buyers and sellers on Maui
Inspections provide a detailed overview of the physical structure and systems of a house from roof to foundation following the comprehensive standards of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors.
We inspect the exterior, electrical, heat & air conditioning systems, plumbing & water heating, kitchen, bathroom, interior, foundation, framing and insulation, looking for evidence of any defect, decay or malfunction.
See Inspection Overview section below for a full description of inspection inclusions.
Clients are encouraged to be present at the inspection to receive an immediate overview of findings. We are also happy to provide a virtual walk through and summary. Detailed inspection reports with images and improvement summaries will be provided by within 24 hours.
Inspections are available 7 days a week and available on short notice to accommodate escrow needs. We do not charge additional fees for evening or weekend appointments and are happy to bill to escrow upon request.
Starting at $500 plus tax
based on a 1,200 sq ft home
Starting at $300 plus tax
based on a 900 sq ft condo
POOL & SPA INSPECTIONS
Starting at $200 plus tax
Please request a quote, email or call for an inspection proposal based on the location and size of the property
WHAT TO EXPECT
Our thorough inspections provide buyers with an easy to comprehend overview of the entire home structure and systems. The report layout prioritizes areas of improvement or safety hazards.
Our goal is to provide the information necessary to make an informed purchasing decision without any bias. By hiring an inspector skilled in home construction, you can rest assured that you will receive a knowledgable, comprehensive and helpful report.
We are happy to answer any questions to the best of our ability and explain report findings both onsite and post inspection.
Serving the beautiful island of Maui with professional home inspections
A ticketed Journeyman Carpenter in both Canada and the USA, Jordan Scott has completed both the InterNACHI and American Home Inspectors Training programs.
When he's not building homes or inspecting them, he's enjoying his own Maui oasis with his wife and two daughters, Vayda and Layla.
REQUEST A QUOTE
Please provide us with the following information to check availability and pricing. A proposal will be emailed to you ASAP.
INCLUDED IN AN INSPECTION
What to Expect
WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THE INSPECTION
The scope of the inspection and report is limited to a visual inspection of the systems and components as listed below, in order to identify those, if any, which may need replacement or repair.
Landscaping, Retaining Walls, Gutters, Downspouts, Sidewalks and Driveways (both the condition of and as they affect foundation drainage,) Roof, Chimney, Flashing, and Valleys, (for evidence of water penetration and a description of materials,) Siding, Fascia, Soffit, Walls, Widows, Doors, Foundation, Attached Porches/ Decks/ Balconies/ Patios/ Garages (both structural and condition of.)
Plumbing System: Water Supply/Drains/Vents/Water Heaters/Fixtures, and Locating (But Not Testing) Shut Off Valves; Electrical System: Service Drop, Service Panel, Ground Wire, GFCI Plugs, Switches, Receptacles, Installed Fixtures, and Smoke Detectors; Heating/Cooling System: Permanent Systems, Operating Controls/Filters/Ducts, Insulation, Vapor Barrier, and Ventilation; Bathrooms/Kitchen/Other Rooms: Doors/Windows/Walls/Floors (as to general condition), Cabinets, Counter tops, and Installed Fixtures; Structure: Ceilings/Walls/Floors, Stairs/Basements/Attic/Crawl Spaces (if readily accessible) (as to evidence of water damage and general condition.)
*The scope of the Inspection is limited to the description and the general condition of the above systems.
EXCLUDED FROM AN INSPECTION
What to Expect
OUTSIDE THE SCOPE OF THE INSPECTION
Any area which is not exposed to view or is inaccessible because of soil, walls, floors, carpets, ceilings, furnishings, lack of access or crawl spaces or any major system (water or electrical systems, heating system, or air conditioner) that is not currently functional is not included in the Inspection.
The Inspection does not include any destructive testing or dismantling. The Client agrees to assume all the risk for all conditions which are concealed from view at the time of the Inspection. This is not a home warranty, guarantee, insurance policy, or substitute for real estate disclosures which may be required by law.
Whether or not they are concealed, the following are outside the scope of the Inspection;
Building code or zoning ordinance violations - Thermostatic or time clock controls or Low Voltage wiring systems - Geological stability or soils conditions - Water softener or water purifier systems or solar heating systems - Structural stability or engineering analysis - Saunas, steam baths, or fixtures and equipment - Building value appraisal or cost estimates - Pools or spa bodies or sprinkler systems and underground piping - Radio-controlled devices, automatic gates, elevators, lifts, and dumbwaiters - Furnace heat exchanger, freestanding appliances, security alarms or personal property - Specific components noted as being excluded on the individual system inspection form - Adequacy or efficiency of any system or component - Prediction of life expectancy of any item.
The Inspector is a home inspection generalist and is not acting as an engineer or expert in any craft or trade. If the Inspector recommends consulting other specialized experts, the Clients do so at their own expense.