The Pre-Purchase Home Inspection is an essential part of the home buying process. This non-invasive service includes the inspection of visible and readily accessible systems such as: interior and exterior structure, roofing systems, HVAC including duct work, plumbing, and electrical systems. This service also includes an inspection for evidence of wood destroying fungi and wood destroying insects. A buyers inspection will help you and the seller to identify damages or problems that may exist with a property so that both parties can renegotiate the seller's price or repair the property at the seller's expense prior to closing. A Pre-Purchase Inspection should be performed even if a Pre-Listing Inspection has been completed.
Are you selling your home? Let me inspect it before you list it! The Pre-Listing Inspection is a great service for home owners who will be putting their house for sale on the market. The inspection will determine what damage or other problems exist with a property. This information will help the seller to determine factors such as fair market value, discount values, or any pre-listing expenses that can increase the value of the property. The Pre-Listing Inspection shows prospective buyers that you are selling in good faith, and will help to justify your full asking price.
Periodic Maintenance Inspection
This type of inspection is performed every other year to help protect your family and your investment. Wet seasons, dry seasons, storms, and adverse conditions can affect the integrity of the systems that make up your home. Just like regular check ups with the doctor, it is important to have your home inspected to help protect your family and your investment.
New Construction Inspection
This inspection is performed on a new home immediately after it is built and is ready to be occupied. It is highly recommended that a periodic maintenance inspection is performed within the first year of occupancy.