Buying your Home
Buying a new home may be the biggest investment you'll ever make so it is important to be informed about your dream home before you buy! Although the process is very exciting, it quickly becomes overwhelming. Knowing what to expect both inside and out will help you make an informed decision about the home whether it is new or used. There may be areas of concern that are not visible to the untrained eye.
Construction Inspections If you are building a new home and want to be sure that the contractor is holding to the building codes, having an independent, unbiased inspector on site will ensure that your intentions for your new home are understood. This is a minimal investment for your peace of mind.
Home Warranty Inspections Before your home warranty is about to end we will perform a complete home inspection. This will help you locate anything that may need attention by the homebuilder before the warranty has expired.
Selling your Home
A home inspection is a prudent first step in the process of selling your home. You, as the seller, must present the most salable property possible. A home inspection report will reveal the current condition of your house with specific evaluations of more than 400 items, and guide you toward enhancing the value and marketability of your property.
If diagnosed and corrected early most problems in a house are minor and can be easily rectified and inexpensively repaired. For a small fraction of what a major repair would cost, you can have your home completely checked out and repaired before damaged or unsafe conditions worsen and become much more expensive. When considering a home renovation or addition it is prudent to include a home inspection in that process. After all, it's your home and you want the improvements to be done correctly.