Professional, Thorough, and Timely Inspection

A considerable risk can be involved and the decision that is made can have lasting consequences. A home inspection can significantly reduce the risk and give the knowledge that can strengthen the decision process. Reporting systems vary in the home inspection industry. A report should be more than a clipboard and a checklist. Our clients will receive an easy to read, detailed report complete with images and diagrams. It can be used for reference for years to come.

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Pre-Listing Inspections

Home sellers are more frequently having a property inspection before they place it on the market. A Pre-Listing Inspection allows the seller to have an opportunity to repair any items that were uncovered during the inspection.

Pre-Purchase Inspections

A Pre-Purchase inspection is performed before the purchase of a property. It usually is completed after a formal offer is made. Make sure that a Pre-Purchase contingency is in the contract.

New Home Inspections

A typical new home inspection consists of doing 2 inspections. The first inspection is called the rough inspection. It is completed after the framing and mechanicals (HVAC, electrical, plumbing) have been installed but before the drywall is installed.