Background

Jim Kolke
Has over 20 years of construction experience and is one of the few home inspectors who's also a:

  • Licensed plumber
  • Licensed in Radon
  • Level I Snell Certified Thermographer
  • Certified Nachi Member

Contact Info
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Pinnacle Property Inspection
Email: jimkolke@pinnaclepropertyinspection.com

Phone: (847) 251-1186
Cell: (312) 961-4228

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We know your time is valuable. That's why we provide an easy to use, online method to book your Chicago home inspection in South Deering online or you can call us at (312)961-4228.

South Deering, one of the 77 official community areas of the City of Chicago, Illinois, is located on the far south side. It was a very industrial neighborhood, consisting of a small group of homes in the northeast corner and Lake Calumet taking up most of the remainder. It exists in the 10th Ward, what was once the reign of Alderman Edward Vrdolyak, now in private law practice. It was the home of the now defunct Wisconsin Steel Works, originally the Joseph H. Brown Iron and Steel Company, which opened in 1875 and was the first steel mill in the entire Calumet region. Since the closing of the plant, the neighborhood has gone through an economic depression. South Deering was the home of primarily lower middle class dwellers. Jeffery Manor was once a predominantly Jewish community populated by World War II veterans purchasing their first house. It now is mostly African-American. The community is south of where Richard Speck murdered 8 student nurses in 1966. Jon Burge was raised in South Deering. Louis Rosen documented the racial transition of this and nearby communities in his 1998 book The South Side: The Racial Transformation of an American Neighborhood.[1] The area from 95th to 103rd and from Baltimore Ave to Manistee is commonly referred to as "Slag Valley", in reference to the slag (waste steel) from the former steel plants, being piled in the area. It was also the long time residence of late conspiracy theorist Sherman Skolnick.

Areas of the City we serve:

Albany Park, Altgeld Gardens, Andersonville, Archer Heights, Armour Square, Ashburn, Ashburn Estates, Auburn Gresham, Austin, Avalon Park, Avondale, Back of the Yards, Belmont Gardens, Belmont Heights, Belmont Terrace, Beverly, Beverly View, Beverly Woods, Big Oaks, Bowmanville, Brainerd, Brickyard, Bridgeport, Brighton Park, Bronzeville, Bucktown, Budlong Woods, Buena Park, Burnside, Cabrini-Green, Calumet Heights, Canaryville, Central Station, Chatham, Chicago Lawn, Chinatown, Chrysler Village, Clarendon Park, Clearing, Cottage Grove Heights, Cragin, Crestline, Dearborn Park, DePaul, Douglas, Dunning, East Garfield Park, East Side, East Village, Eden Green, Edgebrook, Edgewater, Edgewater Glen, Edison Park, Englewood, Epic, Fernwood, Fifth City, Ford City, Forest Glen, Fuller Park, Fulton River District, Gage Park, Galewood, Garfield Ridge, Gladstone Park, Golden Gate, Goose Island, Grand Boulevard, Grand Crossing, Greater Grand Crossing, Greektown, Gresham, Groveland Park, Hamilton Park, Hanson Park, Heart of Chicago, Hegewisch, Hermosa, Hollywood Park, Homan Square, Humboldt Park, Hyde Park, Irving Park, Irving Woods, Jackowo, Jackson Park Highlands, Jefferson Park, Kelvyn Park, Kennedy Park, Kensington, Kenwood, Kilbourn Park, K-Town, Lake Meadows, Lake View, Lakewood/Balmoral, Le Claire Courts, Lilydale, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Square, Lithuanian Plaza, Little Italy, Little Village, Logan Square, Longwood Manor, Lower West Side, Loyola, Magnificent_Mile, Marquette Park, Marshall Square, Marynook, Mayfair, McKinley Park, Medical Center, Middle Edgebrook, Montclare, Morgan Park, Mount Greenwood, Near North Side, Near South Side, New Chinatown, New City, New Eastside, Noble Square, North Halsted, North Lawndale, North Mayfair, North Park, North Center, Nortown, Norwood Park, Oakland, O'Hare, Old Irving Park, Old Norwood, Old Town Triangle, Oriole Park, Palmer Square, Park Manor, Park West, Parkview, Peterson Park, Pill Hill, Pilsen, Portage Park, Prairie Avenue Historic District, Prairie Shores, Princeton Park, Printer's Row, Pulaski Park, Pullman, Ranch Triangle, Ravenswood, Ravenswood Gardens, Ravenswood Manor, River North, Riverdale, Rogers Park, Roscoe Village, Rosehill, Roseland, Rosemoor, Saint Ben's, Sauganash, Schorsch Forest View, Schorsch Village, Scottsdale, Sheffield Neighbors, Sheridan Park, Sleepy Hollow, Smith Park, South Chicago, South Commons, South Deering, South Lawndale, South Loop, South Shore, Stony Island Park, Streeterville, Talley's Corner, the Gap, The Gold Coast, The Island, The Loop, The Villa, Tri-Taylor, Ukrainian Village, Union Ridge, University Village, Uptown, Vittum Park, Waclawowo, Washington Heights, Washington Park, Wentworth Gardens, West Beverly, West Chesterfield, West Elsdon, West Englewood, West Garfield Park, West Lakeview, West Lawn, West Morgan Park, West Pullman, West Ridge, West Rogers Park, West Town, Wicker Park, Wildwood, Woodlawn, Wrightwood, Wrightwood Neighbors, Wrigleyville