About Us

As a Native New Mexican we are a leading provider of home inspections and real estate valuations for buyer and sellers. With  over  15  years in the business, we have a proven track record of reducing  time, efforts and costs in managing the inspection process.  Our investment in training and technology has helped our customers greatly reduce their workload.  By offering on-line inspection ordering, coupled with automatic report status updates and electronic delivery of the final product.

Home Warranty.

 First American Home  Warranty offers the most comprehensive coverage for systems and appliances, and an industry-leading, insurance-backed structural warranty for new construction. We make it easy for homeowners to do business with us. We do all the negotiating with our service contractors and offer 24/7 customer service.

With a homeowners warranty  you’ll get access to our network of over 10,000 authorized, independent service contractors. We even have an online portal to manage your account, including requesting service and renewing your service agreement.

                   Now offering 48 hr Radon

                                        Testing with a complete

                                        comprehensive report

                                        within 24 hr.


As a licensed Inspector, we are an associate member of  ASHI and NRCIA.








In addition to our core Inspection we offer additional services including but not limited to:


* Thermography                           * Energy Audits                         * Mold

* Radon                                                * Water Quality                         * Rual Well Head Testing

* Lead Paint                                     

New Mexico is recognized as a  "Red Zone" state as it has above levels of Radon. (See the highlighted areas on the map below).

Radon is a radioactive gas that has been found in homes all over the United States.  It comes from the natural breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water and released into the air you breathe.  Radon typically moves up through​ the ground to the air above and into your  home through cracks and other holes in the foundation.  Radon  can also enter your home through well water.  Your home can trap radon inside.  Nearly 1 out of every 15 homes in the United States is estimated to have an elevated radon level (4 pCi/L or more),