A pre-inspection puts you, the seller in charge, and gives you a heads-up if there are problems that a potential buyer will likely want repaired. Once you know what's wrong, you can have those issues fixed before you list. The cleaner and more problem-free you can make your home, the faster it's likely to sell.
A home is one of the most important purchases an individual will ever make. A home inspection is an inexpensive way to discover the universal condition of a home. It is important to conduct a home inspection to avoid a costly mistake by purchasing a property in need of major repairs. This allows the buyers to have the repairs made before moving in, negotiate the selling price for the repair costs or in certain cases keep looking for the right home.
New Home Inspection-
New homes should ideally get two inspections, the first time is to look over the home before the walls are closed, inspect framing and systems installation. If problems turn up, you can take the complaints and concerns, an early checklist, to the builder to correct before the walls are closed. If the home is already finished, it's not too late, we will look for finishes and things that may have been forgotten or overlooked.
Do you need a home inspection when you buy a condo? ... Condominium inspections are a subset of a standard home inspection, and typically include the electrical system, heating and air conditioning, plumbing, windows, Walls, Ceiling, Floors, door operation, functional condition of finishes. The ceiling, floors and walls can indicate deeper issues with a condo
Four Point Inspections-
A “Four Point Inspection” focuses on four main areas of interest in a home: HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning), electrical wiring/panels, plumbing/fixtures and insulation type/rating. These inspections are useful when buying a home with plans of renovations or for insurance purposes.
Thermal Imaging- *FREE WITH EVERY INSPECTION*
Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced, non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to show homeowners things about their homes that can't be revealed using conventional inspection methods including, but not limited to insulation voids behind walls, ceilings and floors, and concealed water leaks or moisture.
Free Follow up Inspections-
Once you have moved in and want to make sure the repairs have been made, No worries we offer free follow up inspections for our clients to make sure repairs where done right.
If The Deal Falls Through-
If your deal falls through due to findings during the inspection, you will get a discounted rate for the next inspection.