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Glendale Home Inspections

Glendale home Inspections are conducted by qualified certified home inspectors.

What should you ask your prospective home inspector?


Why do I need a Home or Commercial Inspection?
Home and commercial inspections are necessary to discover the issues below the freshly painted surface. When you are overtaken with excitement and are anxious to sign the papers on your new home, its easy to overlook the obvious and costly issues.
Why should we choose CRI Home Inspection Services?
CRI Home Inspections offers a wide variety of service, over a decade of experience and all at affordable prices. We are so confident in out services we will give you double your money back if your not completely satisfied with our home inspection services. We also have combined our company with several other organization's in order to offer you exceptional discounts on a wide variety of home related services.
What does your home inspection company inspect when they visit your future property?
CRI Home Inspection inspects every inch of your property. We go where other home inspection companies are to afraid to go. We have inspected homes for clients who had prior companies inspect their home. Companies that call themselves pro and accurate and when we arrived we were amazed all the items they failed to report.
Why do I need to be at the home inspection?
Its vital that you are at the home inspection to learn about your purchase? We not only inspect for problems with your home, we also take you by the hand and explain each and every system under the roof of your home. Its your chance to interrogate me and really find out what I know and why what I know is important to you.

Here's some information to help you get familiar with the City of Glendale.

In 1798 Corporal Jose Maria Berdugo (later changed to Verdugo) established title to the Rancho San Rafael. The Rancho included most of present day Glendale, Burbank, Eagle Rock and Highland Park. In 1831, Jose Maria Verdugo died and passed the Rancho San Rafael to his son and daughter (Julio and Catalina). It was not until 30 years later (1861) that Julio and Catalina divided the Rancho between them. A series of smaller divisions took place until a court decision known as the "Great Partition" was made in 1871 dissolving the Rancho San Rafael. As smaller parcels were created, many homes and businesses were developed. Six individuals contributed land to create the original 150 acre townsite which was named Glendale. This was platted, filed and recorded,with the County Recorder as the "Town of Glendale" in 1887.

In 1906 the City was incorporated. It consisted of 1,486 acres. By 1920, the City had grown through nine annexations to over 7,000 acres. From 1920 to 1930, ten annexations brought the total area to 12,294 acres. The period 1930 to 1950 established many small annexations culminating in the 2,160 acre Whiting Woods and Verdugo Mountains annexations. This brought the area of the City to 15,140 acres or 23.6 square miles. Two major annexations, New York Avenue (in the La Crescenta area) and Upper Chevy Chase Canyon, and several smaller annexations enlarged the City to 29.2 square miles by 1952. Since 1952, twenty-seven annexations have occurred. The largest of these was the 662.8 acre Inter-Valley Ranch, now known as the George Dukemejian Wilderness Park Currently the City consists of 30.5 square miles

The City of Glendale is divided into 34 neighborhoods which are delineated by streets, washes, and mountain ridges. Each neighborhood has a unique history and character and as these neighborhoods developed, they combined to form the City of Glendale as we know it today.

In addition, the City of Glendale is divided into Census Tracts. These are geographical areas for statistical purposes. Tract boundaries were established cooperatively by a local committee and the United States Bureau of the Census.