Boise, ID
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Boise Building Inspectors

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GFI Home Inspections
from 4 reviews
  • 2 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Rhonda B.
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Kelly Genung at GFI Home Inspections responded to my request in minutes on Thumbtack, I was truly impressed. He confirmed my appointment time immediately and showed up on time. Kelly provided a thorough report, and answered all of my questions in a timely manner. He impressed my with the buy back guarantee he offers, it allowed me to have no fear in him missing out on anything during the inspection. I would highly suggest using Kelly Genung for your home inspection.

Boise Home Inspections
from 3 reviews
  • 9 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Ariel R.
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We are first time home buyers and have lived in our new home for one year now, we wanted to get an inspection before our 1 year warranty ran out. Kevin was sent by Boise home Inspections. He was on time and had about 5 different sets of booties it seemed like for every different part of the house which I really appreciated since I have a mobile 8 month old. Kevin spent a little over two hours at our home checking literally everything you could imagine, at the end of the inspection he showed my husband and I what he found. He also educated us on a lot of things in our home which was great since we don't know that much yet. He was very friendly and very thorough. We will definitely come back in the future and we're already referring our neighbors! :) thanks!!!

  • 2 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
Gary V.
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We will NEVER call anyone BUT Tony from Assurant Home Inspection, LLC, after seeing how thorough, respectful of other's property-and to us, conscientious, and ethical of a business he ran! We had less than 30 days to close an escrow, and move into a newly built home. Because the home was new construction, we almost decided against having a home inspection. After all, what could be so wrong with a new almost 1/2 million dollar home? We thought better of it, and called several home inspectors. No one was available for at least 2-3 weeks, but Assurant Home Inspection. Lucky for us, Tony had just cancelled a week's vacation and had some availability. After his inspection, and several concerning factors with how the roof was substandard, a missing joist/brace supporting the stand alone tub, leaks under the foundation, etc.; we decided to back-out of our contract. No house is worth future, costly headaches! As further proof of Assurant's/Tony's integrity...the builder asked us to come back with their roofing contractor (of the home in question), Tony, on his own time, attended on our behalf. He also offered to come back at no charge and reinspect any corrections the home builder had done, prior to taking ownership. We didn't buy the home, and this wasn't necessary...but it is a testiment to the type of person/businessman Tony is. Thank you Tony. We really won't use anyone else in future endeavors. We have already referred you to friends!!!


We perform professional home inspections. What is a home inspection? An inspection is essentially a “visual snapshot” of a home’s condition as it exists at the time of the inspection, and that condition is described in a comprehensive written report. An inspection consists of a noninvasive physical examination of a home's systems, structures, and components intended to identify material defects that exist at the time of the inspection. The heating and cooling equipment is activated along with operating plumbing fixtures, testing accessible electrical outlets and fixtures, and operating a representative sampling of doors and windows. A visual inspection of the roof, crawl spaces, walls, and drainage adjacent to the home are included. Why use Homeworks Inspection Services? We are ASHI certified, fidelity bonded, and insured. Idaho has no licensing requirements for home inspectors. Anyone can be a home inspector in Idaho. Some of these "inspectors" may be qualified and certainly some are not. We are fully certified with the American Society of Home Inspectors. To obtain this certification, an inspector has passed the National Home Inspector Exam, the ASHI Standards of Practice, and Code of Ethics Exams. Also, we can provide proof to ASHI of the completion of at least 250 professional, fee-paid inspections, and passed ASHI's Report Verification Process. I am currently approaching 10 years in the business with over 2000 fee paid Idaho home inspections to date. I am required to take a minimum of 20 continuing education credits annually to maintain my ASHI certification. This helps ensure that I am abreast of the latest information regarding home inspection issues and changes to building standards and regulations. Homeworks has a 95.4% ASHI consumer survey satisfaction rating. This rating is generated by anonymous survey results. Survey cards are given to the client at each inspection. I provide a computer generated narrative written report, with digital photos, usually within just a few hours of the physical inspection. Of course, a verbal summary is available at the conclusion of the inspection. Please feel free to visit our website and check out these credentials or to view a sample report.


I am a general builder/remodeler. I also work on decks, additions, kitchens and baths! Also, I do small repairs; doors; windows, from top to bottom; and anything that has to do with your home!

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