January 22, 2016

Residential Inspection

Home Inspection is an objective visual Inspection of the physical structure and systems of a house. Buying a house is one of the biggest investments you will ever make. A Home Inspection may identify the need for major repairs. Home Inspection is NOT just for buyers, but also sellers. The Home Inspection can identify problems in the making and give the seller the opportunity to make the repairs that are needed to make the house in better selling condition. The Inspector will check – structure, foundation, attic, doors, windows, ceilings, floors, exterior, interior, roof, electrical, walls, plumbing, HVAC, Insulation and ventilation.      nachi

When you are considering purchasing a home, you don’t want to buy something that will cost more to repair than the original price. Storm damage, water damage and a variety of other factors can lower the overall worth of a home drastically, but without having a home inspection before you buy, you may never know. Don’t waste your money on your biggest investment and sink your hard earned cash into a home that is only going to end up as a money pit. Instead, allow our home Inspectors help you by performing our proven Home Inspection techniques, in order to ensure that you are getting the absolute most out of your money. Upon first glance, a home may seem perfect, but such is not always the case.

Our professional, friendly staff will be more than willing to answer any questions that you may have. In addition, we will be able to provide you with an estimate for the overall cost of your Home Inspection.

A home owner will usually try to sell his or her home for the absolute top dollar that he or she can possibly get. Many times, the home is not worth the money that the originally owner is asking. Instead of over-paying on your next home, allow us to help you save money by performing a home inspection and ensuring that not only is the home you are considering safe but the entire structure is secure

Pre-Listing Inspection Selling Your Home?

Anyone selling their home needs to get a home inspection. Why wait until the deal is done to have the buyers inspection reveal concerns that put the brakes on your sale. At that point, it’s very difficult for you as the seller to continue negotiations. A pre-inspected listing will also give you the ability to fix any problems and deal with any issues ahead of time, so there won’t be any surprises.

As real estate market conditions continue to soften, you need every advantage possible to help your home sell. Don’t wait with your fingers crossed, hoping the buyer’s home inspector doesn’t find any problems. Consider a pre-listing home inspection to put you in the driver’s seat and to present your home in the proper light.

Should I Inspect my co-op/ condo ?

When purchasing a co-op or a condo it is just as important to request a home inspection especially if its a new development built by an inexperienced developer. When inspecting a co-op or a condo We will inspect all your appliances, doors and windows , plumbing and drainage , heating, electrical circuit box, flooring , kitchen cabinets, walls and ceilings, moisture intrusion, sinks, all the outlets and plenty of other things. The majority of times larger buildings that are say over 8 units don’t allow the inspector to inspect areas such as the roof for instance, these areas are not a major concern since the building is responsible for the repair of a roof, boiler and hot water heater.

Anything inside the unit the owner of the co-op or condo is responsible for. Throughout years as home inspectors we have found countless unexpected problems in co-ops and condos. From water damage beneath windows to recalled electrical circuit panels. If your interested in an inspection for a co-op or condo call us. We also available for a walk-through inspections or even to review a punch list. We do recommend you be present at the inspection of course because there are somethings that need to be explained in detail and we prefer you accompany us so we can also review the price that certain issues usually take to rectify.