||The home inspection is a professional visual
examination of the systems and components of a home. Home purchasers and sellers view inspections as a means of knowing as much as they possibly can about the single largest investment
purchase of a lifetime the home. The inspection helps identify major and minor deficiencies in the home as well as future “money-towards-maintenance” issues that may otherwise come as an
unwanted and unaffordable surprise. The inspection identifies and helps dispel concerns about repairs and the method of approaching a repair. The inspection is an extremely thorough
educational tool to ensure the homeowner will be well informed and able to make a decision with confidence.
TYPES OF INSPECTIONS AVAILABLE
Pre-Purchase Inspections: are prudent for the home buyer, to provide them with valuable information on the condition of the home's systems and components before making their buying
Pre-Sale Inspection: reports for vendors. What could clarify the selling of your home better that an unbiased full 14-page report on all systems and components of
Homeowner's Inspection: for a complete and unbiased report on the state of the home and estimated life span of components, help with maintenance schedules and
Pre-Lease Inspections: help you to evaluate repair and upgrading costs for commercial and residential properties. By helping to identify the issues, you can
determine who will be responsible for the cost - before you sign.
Specific Issues: Leaking basement? The contractor wants to dig up the entire lawn. Will that solve the
problem? How much will it cost? A professional "unbiased" written report can help you make decisions about major repairs or projects.
New Home Construction:
Advice prior to the signing of the contract, as well as four separate inspections during construction, help the client and builder head-off deficiencies as they occur, solving glitches
before they become major problems.
Pre-Delivery New Home Inspections: Taking possession of a new home is a good time to record defects in respect to any claims which may have to be
pursued, as well as a future maintenance plan and familiarization with home systems.
Prices are competitive and determined according to the type of inspection.