Quality Home Inspections in Northern Utah
Having inspected homes all over Utah for years, Town & Country looks forward to giving you a thorough and detailed inspection of your future home.
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Over 15 Certifications
Over 25 Years of Experience
Radon, Meth, and Mold Testing Available
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See for yourself the attention to detail we put into our inspections and inspection reports. Below are links to the same kind of professional report you will receive after we perform your home inspection.
Spencer Clark – Owner – CPI Certified Home Inspector
I am the owner and operator of Town & Country Home Inspections, L.L.C. I pride myself on providing engaging and congenial customer service, with the unmatched thoroughness and knowledge of home inspection, construction, property maintenance, and management industries.
When I’m not conducting home inspections, I enjoy outdoor activities, spending time with my beautiful wife and two young children, volunteering in my community, and coaching youth basketball.
Scott Fortugno – CPI Certified Home Inspector
After working in the corporate world for more than ten years, Scott Fortugno started doing home inspections over four years ago and has loved every minute of it. Scott is certified through the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI) and is also IAC2 certified for Indoor Air Quality Testing.
Scott prides himself on being thorough when he undertakes any building inspection, and he can competently address any issues found within the building to his clients.
Scott was raised in a military family and punctuality is his middle name. One of Scott’s favorite sayings is, “If you’re not ten minutes early, you’re late.” Of all the places Scott has lived, Utah is his favorite place to call home.
In his free time, Scott loves spending time with his wife Crystal. They like to travel together and one of their favorite destinations is Montana. Scott and his wife also spend time flipping homes, and they love bringing older homes back to life.
How It Works
1. Standard Inspection Process
Spencer will inspect the condition of the home’s heating system, the central air conditioning system (temperature permitting), the interior plumbing system, the electrical system, the roof, attic and visible insulation, walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors, as well as the foundation, basement and structural components.
2. Optional Testing
(Radon, Meth, Mold)
Substances like radon, meth, and mold each can have serious implications. Adding these testing services to your home inspection can give you the peace of mind you need as well as protect you and others from these harmful substances. Spencer is certified and has experience with each of these tests.
3. Walk-Through with Client
(About 30 Minutes)
After Spencer performs the inspection and any testing you woul like, he will do a walk-through with you to talk about what he saw. He will identify what needs to be fixed right away, what is in good condition, and what you should keep an eye on and monitor closely. This is a great chance to ask him any questions you may have.
4. Receive your Detailed Report the Same Day
You will receive an interactive report in your email the same day. This report can be turned into a PDF and printed off.
For a Real Estate transaction, When Should I Schedule an Inspection?
You should schedule an inspection right after an offer has been made and accepted, and well before the closing date. This will allow the inspector to find any defects the buyer and seller should be aware of
What Happens if Defects or Problems are Found?
If defects are found, the inspector will help you understand how minor or extreme the defect is. For more extreme problems such as mold, termite damage, or foundation cracks, you will need to find out how these problems should be addressed.