Answers to Eden Prairie home buyer's concerns from inspectors who listen. (Free info) Welcome. THANK YOU for viewing HankeyandBrown.com.
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To order an Eden Prairie home inspection, call 952 829-0044, or submit the form on the bottom of the page. We recommend you request a 5 business day inspection deadline in your offer (inspection contingency).
You benefit from our 43 years experience in home inspections. We have inspected Eden Prairie houses similar to the one you're considering. We're the most experienced ASHI® Certified Inspectors in Minnesota. (Inspector's credentials)
We have lived in Eden Prairie since 1987 and know the homes in E.P. and surrounding areas very well. Eden Prairie has an excellent municipal water treatment plant which softens city tap water to 5 grains of hardness, eliminating the need for residential water softeners. See the city's water quality information. Eden Prairie is in the southwest corner of Hennepin County. Search county property records by address. (Owner, assessed value, property taxes, most recent sale information, map, legal description, etc.)
Most of the homes in Eden Prairie are served by Eden Prairie Public Schools. The northeast portion of the city is served by the Hopkins School District, another excellent school system. (Both our children attended Hopkins schools for 13 years.) Zip codes in Eden Prairie are 55344, 55346, and 55347. Eden Prairie has been ranked one to the top communities to live in the United States.
Click here to obtain building permit history on homes in Eden Prairie. Eden Prairie has zero interest loans programs for qualifying first time home buyers. (To assist in down payment and closing costs.) Information on this program.
Eden Prairie has many fine city and neighborhood parks and trails. The city served by a large portion of the Minnesota Bluffs Regional Trail. You may see inspector Roger Hankey riding on this trail that connects with trails to Minneapolis in Hopkins and runs through Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, and Chanhassen to Flying Cloud Drive in Chaska.
Read what our customers say about us. Their ratings have made us the most awarded home inspectors in the Twin Cities. We also consult on Wet Basements, Ice Dams, and Moisture Intrusion.
We are ASHI Certified Inspectors (ACI). Roger Hankey is a AARST-National Radon Proficiency Program certified Radon Measurement professional. NRPP ID 105728RT. See the latest StarTribune article on radon in Twin Cities homes. We have found elevated levels of radon in numerous Eden Prairie homes.
"Before We Speak House, We LISTEN." We include YOUR concerns in the inspection. We understand you don't buy a house often or are buying your first home. We take 3-4 hours to inspect the house. We check how the house has handled Minnesota climate stresses, look for energy efficiency opportunities, and do carbon monoxide tests.
Ask us a question. This site includes "Troubled Houses" - The home owners information resource. (plus Photos of the Month)
Also see our tips on home buying at Buyer & Agent information.
Your questions are answered at an on-site briefing. We explain our findings and offer maintenance tips. We also do Radon Tests & Moisture Investigations and provide inspection consulting services on other issues including ice dams and wet basements for buyers, sellers, and property owners. Now offering infrared camera thermal imaging service for both residential and industrial customers. See HUD's "Ten questions to ask your home inspector." NEW! Subscribe to our monthly memo on home buying and home maintenance.
Read ASHI® Reporter articles written by Roger Hankey, a national authority on home inspections. Roger has taught home inspection classes across the US and held many leadership positions in ASHI. He is the most senior member of ASHI in Minnesota and received the first ASHI President's award in 1989 for his leadership on the ASHI Standards. Roger also has written and reviewed articles for inspectapedia.com. Home inspection is a humbling task requiring a curiosity and mindfulness. We try to learn from each assignment and share the benefits of those lessons with you. Some of those lessons can be found on our Troubled Houses page.