Full Circle Inspections was established in 2001. Since that time we have completed more than 7,000 inspections, largely residential; however, manufactured homes as well as commercial buildings are also within our scope and experience. Ultimately our goal is to provide high quality inspections that exceed the standards defined by CREIA (California Real Estate Inspection Association).
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Personal attention to each job
We strive to ensure that each client receives one-on-one attention through the entire process with the inspector, with explanations about the conditions found and information as to whether or not any additional inspections or corrective work are needed. You will finish the day with much more information about, and a much better overall picture of your future property than when you started.
To ensure our clients' needs are satisfied we invite our clients and their agent to be present for the inspection and ask questions during the inspection process. The more questions you ask, the better informed you will be. After all, it is our job to inspect for you.
Scott Wright was born and raised here in Sonoma County. He started working in construction during the summers as a teenager and full time in his early 20’s. Over the years he has worked in many different areas of construction and has worked for some of the most respected companies in Sonoma County. In 2009, while in his mid 30’s, he decided that it was time for a change. After attending numerous hours of classes and onsite training, he joined Full Circle Inspections and began inspecting full-time and has seen a lot in the last decade. Scott encourages his clients to attend the inspection so he can educate them and review the condition of the home and systems.
Gunnar Alquist has been inspecting almost since the beginning of time. Born and raised in Southern California, he realized his mistake in his mid 20s and moved to Sonoma County in 1986 to rectify the situation. Entering the construction trades in the Big Bear Lake area in 1979, inspecting since 1997 and having completed nearly 7000 inspections in the North Bay, there are few in this area that have the level of knowledge and experience to match. Oh, and he is humble too.
Education is key to a quality home inspection. We are involved in the local CREIA chapter and are active participants in educational meetings every month as well as regional seminars. CREIA's primary function is to provide education to home inspectors and requires a minimum of 30 hours of continuing education to maintain a membership, more than any other home inspection organization in the U.S.