-A certified Home Inspector will prepare your home inspection report online with easy to read details and pictures on:
-The condition of every component from the roof to the basement
-Any major or minor deficiencies or hazards
-Any major expenditure which may be necessary
Homebuyer’s Pre-Purchase inspections
Professional home inspections are strongly recommended prior the purchasing a new home. These inspections are booked prior to the purchase and cover over 400 components of the home. The certified home inspector will make notes and comments regarding the condition and operation of the components tested. Upon completion, a customized, easy to read report will be prepared for you. This report will include notes, comments and pictures outlining any and all major and minor concerns, safety hazards and information regarding the current condition of the home. This report will give the buyer piece of mind and information regarding any future maintenance and costs in order to help them make the best decision for their investment.
Home seller’s Pre-listing inspections
This is a general home inspection completed prior to listing or selling a house. A pre-listing inspection gives the current owner an idea of maintenance items to address. This inspection will also help inspire confidence in prospective buyers regarding the improved, inspected, and certified condition of the house. Having this inspection will easy the process of selling and also reduce time spent in contract negotiation because an unbiased inspector will have reviewed all major components of the house. This powerful marketing tool also assists real estate agents by allowing them to sell the home faster and with ease.
New Home Pre Inspections
As recommended by most Real Estate lawyers, this pre-delivery inspection is your last chance to discuss deficiencies with your builder before closing. Your builder representative is not likely to point out any deficiencies with your new home. A professionally-prepared report to go over with the builder addressing possible issues. If repairs are needed, it provides you with peace of mind regarding quality of your new home. It is recommended that the inspection be schedule a day or two prior to your final walk through.
Renovation inspection (watch dog)
These inspections are completed for owners or construction lenders. Inspections of the home are made at various stages throughout the building process as part of quality assurance checks. We also offer consultations and advice regarding your building project. The reports for these inspections are customized to fit the needs of the client.
New Homebuilders Warranty Inspections
Most new home builders provide home owners with a twelve month Builder Warranty. Ordering a inspection before the warranty expires gives the Homeowner a professional-prepared report to go over with the builder addressing possible issues. If repairs are needed, it will provide peace of mind regarding your new home.