Goshen, Utah Home Inspections
Certified Master Home Inspector, Michael Leavitt is a Goshen, Utah home inspection expert.
We know you have options when selecting your Goshen, Utah home inspector and we are glad you are considering Michael Leavitt & Co Inspections, Inc.. As you select your inspection firm it is important that you consider the inspector’s experience with Goshen, Utah housing stock. Michael Leavitt has been inspecting Goshen houses since 1995, and whether it is a pre-1900 Pioneer home or more recent housing stock, Michael is very familiar with the risks with Goshen houses.
GOSHEN HOUSING RISKS - Goshen has all types of housing stock and different portions of the area have different risks. There are high winds coming through the main pass. There are Pioneer homes that are just plain old. Some are in excellent condition and others have major neglect and damage that require much needed work. Experience is the key, and Michael has inspected thousands of homes in Utah County.
Who will be the inspector performing your Goshen home inspection? As a seasoned home inspector, Michael Leavitt brings with him an incredible eye for detail. Michael is the sole inspector at Michael Leavitt & Co Inspections, Inc., so you know you will always be having Michael perform your home inspection.
Michael Leavitt has performed home inspections and commercial inspections throughout Northern Utah and the 5 state inter-mountain area, but Goshen, Utah and the surrounding areas of Southern Utah County are some of his favorite places to inspect. This might have to do with the fact that Michael’s Mother was raised 20 miles west in the small mining town of Eureka, Utah and his Great Uncle Jim farmed the Santaquin orchard that had to be cleared for the construction of Interstate 15.
We encourage you to either book your inspection right now online, or give Michael a call and discuss the details of the home you are considering purchasing/selling.
Home inspections are needed when buying a home, but they are also a great tool when selling your Goshen, Utah home. Having it pre-inspected will help to avoid the renegotiation headaches that occur when the seller waits for the buyer to have their home inspection performed. Knowing the issues of the home before the buyer comes along empowers the seller to make the decision to either repair the item or disclose the need for repair. Hiring an experienced home inspector like Michael Leavitt is your best course of action and the best way to protect your assets.
Goshen, Utah History
From the Original Goshen Pioneer Cemetery plaque: As early Latter-day Saint pioneers came to the Goshen Valley, they settled in areas then known as Sandtown, The Bend, and The Fort. Later, President Brigham Young urged the settlers to form the township of Goshen and predicted that a new highway would be built near the existing cemetery. He instructed the pioneers to relocate farms, homes, and their cemetery to higher solid ground believed to be more fertile. Many moved their cabins, and several of those buried in the original cemetery were interred in the new Goshen Cemetery, located south of the new town....
Michael Leavitt regularly performs home inspections in the following areas and beyond: Orem, Provo, Springville, Mapleton, Spanish Fork, Benjamin, Payson, Elk Ridge, Woodland Hills, Genola, Elberta, Santaquin, Lindon, Pleasant Grove, Cedar Hills, Highland, American Fork, Lehi, Highland, Alpine, Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountain, Salt Lake City, Draper, Sandy, Midvale, Bluffdale, Riverton, Herriman, South Jordan, West Jordan, Magna, West Valley, Bountiful, Layton, North Salt Lake, Cottonwood Heights, Taylorsville, Murray, Holaday, Magna, West Valley, Centerville, Farmington, Kaysville, Woods Cross, Park City, Jeremy Ranch, Deer Valley, Heber and Sundance.