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Expeditious fees are applicable if extreme travel or quick timelines are expected. Our One Day Service is based on giving an Inspection Report 24-hrs after a site inspection. ODHI is not responsible for extreme conditions or severely damaged properties that cannot be inspected in a reasonable manner of time. Our responsibility ends with our property inspection reports. ODHI is not liable for unforeseen property damages or existing  property damages as well as investment losses. Our duty is to inspect and report in a reasonable sense of understanding. Our Inspection Reports are to be used to determine whether or not a house or building is valuable enough to purchase, sell or lease and or determine an offer or counteroffer value. We are not a guide for creating a Fair Market Value (FMV). Our Inspection Reports are to be used only as a guide to understand the overall condition of a house, building or structure. If purchasing, due diligence is the responsibility of the buyer or investors engaged in purchasing property. ODHI is not liable for unforeseen structural failures, foundation damage, electrical systems, plumbing systems or fixtures, framing, drywall, wood, stone, doors, windows, insulation, concrete, lighting, roofing and un-permitted, not to code structures and hardscapes or code violations. Our goal is to give a very accurate report of the current existing conditions of a property, house, building or structure and maintain ethical and prudent services to our clientele on demand.

AERIAL ROOF INSPECTION

Climbing on roofs is a dangerous business especially in Southern California where there are so many clay roof tiles that easily break when walked on and are very slippery when wet.  We have a great solution for these types of inspection issues.

 

Using drone technology and/or long poles with HD cameras attached, we can inspect the entire roof to check for broken or damaged roof tiles and shingles, bad or deteriorated flashing and other potential waterproofing problems around roof eaves, chimneys and skylights.

 

Using alternative inspection methods is a great way to reach hard to see roof areas that may get missed on a standard inspection. Home Inspectors are not required to inspect inaccessible high roofs; however we throw that service in at no additional charge to insure you are getting the best inspection possible without compromise.