Forest Glen Home Inspection
Forest Glen is located on the city’s Northwest Side. It comprises the neighborhoods of Forest Glen, Edgebrook and Sauganash, with sub-neighborhoods of Sauganash Park, Wildwood, North Edgebrook and Old Edgebrook.
A community of about 550 residences on the far Northwest side of the city of Chicago is often referred to as “Chicago’s Finest Community”. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods on the Northwest side, and is at the southern part of the official Chicago neighborhood’s area of Forest Glen, which also contains Edgebrook and Sauganash. The first European American to settle Forest Glen was Civil War hero Captain William Hazelton of the 1st Cavalry Division. Captain Hazelton built a home in Forest Glen which still stands, and started a Sunday School that evolved into the First Congregational Church of Forest Glen. Hazelton also built the Glen’s first barn at what is now Lawler and Elston.
The Forest Glen neighborhood is bordered by the Chicago River to the north, Foster Avenue to the south, Cicero Avenue to the east and Metra Milwaukee District North line to the west. Forest Glen shares its ZIP Code (60630) with Jefferson Park.
It is highly recommended that you get a complete professional home inspection done on any home that you purchase in Forest Glen. The unique architecture and ornate homes may have surprises or complications that an experienced home inspector can identify in their home inspection report.
If you are planning to attend an open house to give it a thorough inspection, don’t go in blind. There’s a whole lot you can find out about a property, either by checking it out yourself in person during the inspection or asking the on-site real estate agent (or both).
We have inspected many homes in the Forest Glen community, and have many years of experience with the homes in the neighborhood! Call us today to schedule a Forest Glen home inspection.
- Official City of Chicago Forest Glen Community Map
- The Northwest Chicago Historical Society’s History of Forest Glen
- Old Edgebrook District
- Edgebrook Community Association
- Forest Glen Community Club
- Sauganash Community Association
- Queen of All Saints Basilica; see also Wikipedia entry
- ForgottenChicago.com’s article on Old Edgebrook
Why Chicagoland Home Inspectors
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Exceeding our customers’ expectations is our number one priority. We became the highest rated home inspectors in the Chicagoland area because we do more than any other home inspection company. We take great pride in our public feedback from customers on Google and Yelp. It’s not easy to achieve these great reviews. We create the most detailed inspection reports and the best equipment is used by skilled professionals who are committed and passionate about their work. We also provide the best warranties should an unpleasant surprise happen.
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980 N Michigan Ave #1400,
Chicago, IL 60611
Monday – Friday: 7:00AM to 9:00PM
Saturday: 7:00AM to 9:00PM
STANDARD HOME INSPECTION IN FOREST GLEN
Chicagoland Home Inspectors Inc. provides home inspection services in the Forest Glen community, and have many years of experience with the homes in the neighborhood!
SELLERS / LISTING INSPECTION IN FOREST GLEN
We offer sellers pre-listing inspection check on Forest Glen homes with a detailed report of needed repairs before the property is put on the market.
REHAB A HOME INSPECTION IN FOREST GLEN
The Forest Glen home inspection offers detailed reports, if the property is a REHAB HOME.
RADON TESTING IN FOREST GLEN HOME
If you’re buying a home in the Forest Glen area, get it tested for radon. Radon gas is the number one cause of lung cancer among non-smokers, and the second leading cause of cancer in America.
SEWER SCOPE INSPECTIONS IN FOREST GLEN
We are proud to offer sewer scope inspections. Sewer inspections are important because any problems with the main sewer line are the financial responsibility of the owner.
FHA VA CERTIFICATIONS
Appraisers and Home Inspectors generally call for FHA VA Certifications when they notice unusual issues on the property they are appraising or the utilities are off, preventing a sampling of parts of the system.
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