A home/property inspection is a visual review of the structure and components associated with the structure. The home/property inspection will review the visual accessible areas of the structure from the foundation to the roof. The home/property inspection report will include an assessment of the condition of the HVAC system, plumbing system including the water heater, electrical systems, roof with its associated components, attic, walls, windows, floor, foundation and accessible/visual components of the substructure/crawlspace. If defects and/or items needing repair/improvement are found, the inspector will refer you to the appropriate licensed specialist, trades person, or contractor for further evaluation. Contact us to request an inspection.
Why a Home Inspection is Important
The purchase of a home is typically the largest purchase/investment someone will make. We always recommend any party of interest learn as much they can about the condition of the property/structure and understand what if any major repairs are needed before the purchase. This due diligence will help avoid any unpleasant surprises and difficulties after the purchase is complete.
As well as pointing out the deficiencies of the structure/property, a home/property Inspection will also point out the positive aspects of a home. The home/property inspection will also include maintenance recommendations that will be helping to keep it the home in good shape. These maintenance recommendations will help prevent future issues from occurring of help prolong the life span of the home’s components. After the home/property inspection, the party of interest will have a clear understanding of the property which is going to be purchased and will help to make a confident/educated buying decision.
If you are not buying a home and have owned your home for a long time, a home inspection can help identify problems in the making and recommend preventive measures which might avoid costly future repairs. In addition, sellers may choose to have an inspection performed prior to listing the home on the market to help understand the homes condition and to help provide potential buyers with a clear understanding of the home they maybe purchasing. This also provides an opportunity for the seller to make repairs that will put the house in better selling condition.
A Learning Experience
We always recommended that the party of interest attempt to attend home inspection. At the home inspection appointment you will learn about the condition of the home, how its systems work, and how to maintain it. The party of interest will also find the written report easier to understand if they have seen the property firsthand through the inspector’s eyes. As a company we also pride ourselves in the amount of detail and photos we place within the report. This helps in the case the party of interest is not present they will still be able to fully understand the condition of the home/property. We also make ourselves available for any party of interest that being the seller and/or any potential party of interest for a property that is for sale which we have inspected. No house is flawless. If the inspector finds deficiencies, it doesn’t necessarily mean a party of interest shouldn’t buy the house, only that you will know in ahead of time what to anticipate. A home inspection is not a guarantee that problems won’t develop after you move in. You can count on us to deliver the best possible inspection. Please select any image below to view some of the items we look for during an inspection.
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Need a detailed custom inspection? We offer specialty inspections including foundation and roof inspections upon request. Contact us to request an inspection.