Inspections Unlimited started as one of only a handful of inspection companies in Marion and Polk counties. Now well known in several counties in Oregon, they are known for their knowledge and professionalism in the real estate industry which makes them the leader in Residential home inspections. Pest and Wood Destroying Organisms Inspections or P&D’s, as they are called by Realtors and Lenders, were the main focus in years past, although, in the past few years, they have branched out into many different inspection avenues such as Multi-Family, Commercial, and Environmental inspections.
As a Real Estate professional, my highest priority is the care of my client, and when they’re buying a home, I typically help them find a good home inspector and I need to ensure the experience will be quality and the home is inspected with sharp eyes and honest recommendations. I’ve used Chris maybe 50+ times and Reed multiple times when working down south…they’ve both been really amazing to work with. I can’t believe it took me this long to write a review! Chris is always there before the inspection starts, already inspecting the exteriors…he knows his stuff, is honest and has recommendations on challenging issues when we run into them. He works with the client well, the reports are always out within a day and he follows up if there are additional questions on the reports. I’ve used Chris to reinspect homes that had previous inspection companies through and provided reports. Chris found additional issues that the previous inspector didn’t catch that saved our @sses. So long as I get this type of service I’ll continue recommending these 2.
I was purchasing. Chris Miller was the inspector. I have found dozens of issues he missed since then. He actually told me that a large, uninsulated attic knee wall, which was adjacent to the conditioned space, didn’t need to be insulated. I should have fired him on the spot. A home energy inspector confirmed that his advice was ridiculous. I should have never used an inspector recommended by my realtor. Lesson learned.