Our standard inspection for residential homes involves a comprehensive assessment of the property’s visible and readily accessible features. A detailed inspection report is sent out within 24 hours of the inspection so that you can proceed with the next step in the home-buying process as quickly as possible.
We inspect the following components:
This real estate home inspection should take place before you put your home up for sale. I will carefully inspect the readily accessible areas of the property to determine whether or not there are existing defects you need to know about. This allows you to make any repairs so you can preserve your home's value.
New Home Warranty Inspection
Most builders offer a one-year warranty on new homes. This allows the new homeowner to have any defects corrected while the home is still under warranty which could save tremendous amounts of money. This inspection is a full and thorough examination of the home that seeks to find defects that have occurred since your move-in or that were overlooked when the real estate transaction initially took place.
New Construction Inspection
Home buyers sometimes assume that newly constructed homes don’t need to be inspected before a transaction takes place, but that isn't the case. A third-party home inspection is necessary to check for defects and general oversights in the home’s construction. If defects are discovered, this will give you a chance to discuss the matter with the builders before closing on the home.
Re-Inspections give home buyers an opportunity to double-check previously defective components that were found and have been repaired or replaced. If I discover additional issues during the re-inspection, you’ll still have time to reach out to the seller of the home before the transaction is final.