Hidden Valley Property Inspection - 801-913-7183

Proudly offering superior home inspection services in Salt Lake City, Utah and across the Wasatch Front for discerning home buyers, home sellers, investors, financial institutions, and real estate agents

Certified Master Inspector / InterNACHI Certified Inspector # 09042703 / Accurate & Professional Inspection Reports Courteous & Friendly / SupraKEY Access

Thank you for choosing Hidden Valley Property Inspection for your professional home Inspection, radon gas and meth testing needs. Serving the Salt Lake City, Utah home inspection clientele throughout Salt Lake County and the surrounding communities, including to the south in Utah County; Alpine, Highland, Spanish Fork, Pleasant Grove, Orem, Provo, American Fork, and Springville area home inspections and to the north in Davis County; Bountiful, Centerville, Farmington, Sunset, Roy, and Ogden.

InterNACHI certified and proud member of the Salt Lake Board of REALTORS. Hidden Valley Property Inspection has been serving discerning Utah home buyers, home sellers, investors, financial institutions, and real estate agents along the Wasatch Front since 2008.

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Did You Know?

It takes a lot of energy to heat, cool, and operate a home. Most home buyers purchase a home without first understanding what it will cost to operate it once they move in. 

The average homeowner can save over $500 every year on utility bills by following the prioritized recommendations within the Home Energy Report™.

The Report.

Your Complimentary Home Energy Report™ will give a home buyer a quick understanding of:

  • how much a home will cost to operate once they move in;
  • where energy (and, therefore, money) is being wasted in the home; and
  • what can be done to save energy and increase comfort.

The Inspection.

To produce a Home Energy Report™, your inspector will collect over 40 data points related to home energy, including:

  • number and age of new occupants;
  • local energy prices;
  • building design and orientation;
  • light bulbs, number and type;
  • insulation R-value at the foundation, ceiling and walls;
  • air tightness and air leakage rates;
  • skylights and window types and sizes;
  • appliances and equipment, size, age, capacities and efficiencies; and
  • heating, cooing and water heating data.

View at a sample Home Energy Inspection Report.