Making America's homes safer one appliance at a time
Since 1974, American citizens have been protected from
dangerous items in their homes by law.  If a manufacturer
has designed a dangerous product, they MUST recall all
those items and FIX THEM FOR FREE!

The problem in the law is that most often it’s up to you, the
consumer, to find out whether your appliances are potential
fire or safety hazards!  

There’s a database online, but you would have to wade
through 195 MILLION recalled items to find out if your
dishwasher or air conditioner is a potential hazard.
As a result, many of these dangerous appliances are
still in homes across America.

RecallChek is the first service for consumer recalls in the
United States.  
RecallChek has compiled over 195 million recalls from
public records, and created a fail-safe system to check for
dangerous flaws with home appliances.

How it works:
 Your Home Inspector will copy the model numbers
of your built-in home appliances and HVAC system.
 The inspector will send us your recall Model Number
Report. (Home inspectors are often NOT allowed to
move appliances)
  At RecallChek Headquarters, your model numbers  
are computer matched against MILLIONS of recalls
using our Model Number Algorithm (MNA).
  We then hand-check the report, to eliminate wrong
numbers from worn plates and ID cards, and other
  In the event of a potential recall, RecallChek issues
a report including
1) the nature of the recall,
2) where the product was sold,
3) how to remedy the defect, and
4) how to get the item repaired / replaced
  – most times absolutely
The cost of a RecallChek of the built-in appliances
performed during the home inspection is
$25 and
can be included in your inspection fee or can be paid

You can also contact
Thomas Home Inspections
independantly for a
RecallChek of your own built-in
home appliances for the cost of

Use the link below to download the RecallChek form
and submit back to our office to receive your personal
Appliance RecallChek Form (Adobe PDF)
530 - 268 - 3452
Do you know what you are buying? I can tell you!
The ReCallChek report is separate from the home inspection
and is completely optional.