Home Inspection Services
My home inspections are thorough and comprehensive. I take a great deal of pride in each and every home inspection that I perform, and I care about each and every client that I work for. Below is some information on my complete home inspections, and also some information on some other types of inspections that you may want to include with your home inspection. And as always, please feel free to contact me with any questions that you may have. Thank you!
What is Included In Your Home Inspection?
All of the components listed below are included in your home inspection. We are proud of our thorough and comprehensive home inspections, and the list below is only a sampling of what our home inspections include.
Structural Home Inspections: Beams, Posts, Foundations, Framing
HVAC Home Inspections: Heating, Cooling, Ducts, Air filters
Electrical Home Inspections: Service Wire, Service Panels, Branch Wiring
Plumbing Home Inspections: Valves, Service Lines, Drain Lines, Fixtures
Roof Home Inspections: Roof Material, Valleys, Flashing, Framing
Exterior Home Inspections: Stairs, Windows, Doors, Siding, Trim
Interior Home Inspections: Floors, Doors, Windows, Fire Places, Lights, Outlets
Buyers' Home Inspections
As a buyer, you may be nervous about buying your home, especially if it is your first home. But hiring the right home inspector is an important step.
Why Are Home Inspections Important?
A properly performed home inspection alerts the potential buyer of the condition of the home before purchase.
Compared to the cost of the home and potential repairs, the home inspection does not cost much at all, often times a fraction of a percent of the cost of the home (click here for a price quote). It is extremely important to have a thorough home inspection done to help avoid issues.
A home inspector can be described as a "paid pessimist". A home inspector can't somehow see things that you can't, he is paid to take an objective standpoint and know what he is looking at. A home inspector may be called a "professional defect recognizer" in a lot of ways.
A true certified professional home inspector, such as myself, will conduct a home inspection of the general condition of the home. your inspection will include roof, structure, plumbing, heating, and much more.
It is easy to paint over issues, but a good home inspector will cover many facets of the home which are hard to make appear "move in ready". So be sure to use the services of a certified professional home inspector such as myself.
Sellers' Home Inspections
As a seller, sometimes the home inspection is something that can make you a little nervous. It's not that anything is wrong with your home, it's just that you want everything to go smoothly. There are many advantages of selling a home that has been Move In Certified by a professional home inspector. Here are just a few of those advantages:
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