Our Buyer’s Inspection service is our most popular inspection. We’ll check all the areas listed below, along with many others. We will make sure you’re in an excellent position to make an informed decision.
- Plumbing (Water Heater, Water Pressure)
- Rooms (Walls, Ceilings, Floors, Windows, Doors)
- Kitchen (Appliances, Garbage Disposal, Exhaust Fan, Dishwasher, Cabinets)
- Bathrooms (Sink, Lighting, Electrical, Drainage)
Pre-Listing / Seller’s Inspection
Selling a home quickly requires you to have a good understanding of its true condition. Let us inspect your property and point out any areas that need a repair/replacement. By getting on top of this information, you’ll be able to build buyer confidence.
New Construction Inspection
Our New Construction Inspection service is conducted after the builder has left, but before you’ve moved in. We will look for frequently spotted issues with new construction, including common contractor shortcuts. Finding out right away is the best way to let your builder know and to get contractor issues resolved.
Home Maintenance Inspection
Do you already own a home? Schedule our Home Maintenance Inspection service to make sure everything’s in good shape. We will give you a heads up if any system is nearing its end date and will also let you know what things need little repairs. This can save you lots of money!
When you decide to purchase an older home, your insurer will probably want some peace of mind. This can be provided with a 4-Point Inspection. This is not the same thing as our Buyer’s Inspection, but it does touch on:
Before you make the final agreement to purchase a house, you should definitely get it Re-Inspected. This gives you the opportunity to find out if your home repair addendum was handled as promised. Additionally, it gives you one last chance to make sure nothing has broken in the interim.