As home inspectors, our #1 priority is you, the client. While every home will have its own set of challenges, we believe that it is better to know up front what you are dealing with. Armed with our easy to understand inspection report and the knowledge it provides, you can enter into real estate transactions confident that you know exactly what you are getting into. Knowledge is power, and knowing more about your potential new home will help you better negotiate on price and other concessions. It is our goal as Certified Home Inspectors to help ease the process of buying or selling your home.
A Pre-Buying Inspection offers a very comprehensive home inspection for the client who would like a thorough analysis of major system details of the home, townhouse, condominium, or mobile home. It is an inspection preformed by a certified home inspector of the home's major systems which caters to the client who is concerned not only with the systems that make the home habitable, but also provides a list of the many small items that may need attention after moving into the home.
The Pre-Listing Inspection is a great option for home sellers. This inspection is completed by a certified home inspector before the home is even put on the market, giving the seller the chance to repair and upgrade the home so that it’s in its best condition when potential buyers finally arrive.
Bringing in an outside perspective is a great way to catch any oversights after a building’s construction. During a New Construction Inspection, a certified home inspector will look over a newly-built building and check for any defects or mistakes in construction before the final walkthrough.
Home Inspections have typically been a visual examination of the home only. But, as home construction has become more technical, so has the practice of home inspections.
Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced, non-invasive technology preformed by a certified home inspector that allows the inspector to show homeowners things about their homes that can’t be revealed using conventional inspection methods. Infrared inspection can identify and document moisture intrusion, heat/energy loss, and even unexpected hot spots.
An Infrared (IR) camera can detect:
Fee structure is subject to change depending on the size, age, and location.
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