Inspector List

RE/MAX Lakes Realty always recommends inspections by appropriate structural, plumbing, and electrical professionals. Listed below is a partial list of available servicers. There are certainly others available.  RE/MAX Lakes Realty and its agents can in no way be responsible for suggesting any particular service provider, but may offer buyer assistance in procuring a provider.  RE/MAX Lakes Realty cannot be responsible for the quality or accuracy of any inspector’s work. 

Real Estate brokers and agents are not qualified to advise buyers on radon or mold treatment or their health and safety risks.  Radon is an invisible and odorless gaseous radioactive element.  Mold is a general term for visible growth of fungus, whether it is visible directly or is visible when barriers, such as building components (for example, walls) or furnishings are removed.  An updated radon test is always recommended, and that because mold may be present in areas not viewable, that the buyer is recommended to also perform due diligence in inspecting for the presence of mold.

HOME INSPECTIONS

CW Property Inspections, LLC (Clint Wilkerson)

(760) 201-7622 clint@cwinspectionservices.com

Front Porch Home Inspections (John Izard)

712-363-2436  oizzy1@smunet.net

Home Inspections Done Right (Steve Cook)

515-341-4499  stevencook1960@yahoo.com

Gordon Home Service LLC (Bob Gordon)

712-330-6544

H&L Enterprises (James Humphrey)

712-338-2357  hliowagreatlakes@live.com

Lakes Home Inspections (Tim Miller)

712-291-1290

Northwest Iowa Home Inspection (Alan Ditsworth)

712-330-5817  alan@nwiahomeinspection.com

CSI Okoboji (Michael Dunn)

712-291-1015  csiokoboji@gmail.com

Home Inspections Done Well (Tom Higgins)

 tandb730j@msn.com

Prudent Property Inspections

712-540-4165  dennis@prudentpi.com

www.prudentpi.com

Jensen Home Inspection (Jeremy Jensen)

712-330-6758   jensenhomeinspection@outlook.com

Jonas Home Inspection (John Jonas)

507-360-9435   john@jonashomeinspections.com

David Booth Inspections

712.339.1168        okobojihi@gmail.com

 

 

ELECTRICIANS 

Willette Electric

712-330-8072

Daly Electric (Pat Daly)

712-330-0770

Phillips Electric

712-330-2103

Kenison Electric (Tom Kenison)

712-332-7291

Inman Electric Company, Inc (Tom Inman)

712-362-2203

Shaw LaDoux

712-320-7453

 

PLUMBERS

Comfortec Plumbing & Heating

712-336-5431

Marchand Plumbing & Heating (Ron Marchand)

712-330-8717

Excel Plumbing & Heating (Jerod Arrowood)

712-338-4484

Tom’s Plumbing & Heating (Rob Ritzer)

712-332-2426

Vos Plumbing & Heating (Gary Vos)

712-332-7981

UPKEEP Plumbing and Heating

712-338-2292

 

RADON

The Radon Guy (Matt Popken)

712-209-1203

Jim Butler

712-330-0508

 

 

Get In Touch

Local Expert Updates

Kymm Jones

Cell: 712.320.6737

Greg Sheeler

Cell: 712.330.1573

Janie Eick

Cell: 712.339.0574

Community Updates

Dixon Family Chiropractic

Spirit Lake

Dixon Family Chiropractic is a clinic located on Hwy 9, east of Walmart, next to Pizza Ranch and has convenient hours.....open 6 days a week at 7:30 am, evenings and Saturdays. Formerly in the convenient health care building south of the 4 way stop in Spirit Lake, Wade and Adalee offer a friendly staff and professional services.

Dixon Family Chiropractic in Spirit Lake

Interiors

Spirit Lake

From stylish furniture for casual living to cutting edge design in home decor. Visit INTERIORS for the best selection of Furniture, Wall Art, Everyday & Seasonal Decor, Lighting, Kitchen, Bed and Bath.

Interiors in Spirit Lake

"Turn-Over" Thermocline

West Lake Okoboji

Referred to locally as the lake turning over the thermocline is a feature of lakes with deep water. The water on the top of the lake changes temperature much more variably during the year. On West Lake, it can reach as much as 75 degrees in July while the water below, greater than 35 or 40 feet deep is relatively stable around 45 degrees. In the fall and early winter, the top strata of the lake will cool to below 45 degrees, and then because it becomes denser, it will "sink" below the lower strata, thus, displacing it and making the lake "turn-over". In the deepest part of West Lake (near the 136ft mark), no light is availble, and hence little life is known whether fish or plant. Typically questions are raised as to why the surface water gets dirty for a short period of time in the fall, this this is the standard answer.

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