Buyer's Home Inspection Services
It is no secret that buying a home can be an emotional and crazy time. Let the home inspection bring you peace of mind about your potential purchase. We ensure that your home inspection will be an easy and informative process.
What is a home inspection?
A home inspection is a professional, objective, visual examination of the overall condition of a home. Our home inspectors will thoroughly evaluate the property inside and out - from the roof to the foundation and everything in between. We will inspect the home's:
Our team inspects many different property types, including:
- Single family home
- Rural homes and estates
- Apartment buildings
A typical home inspection takes between 2 to 3 hours, but may be longer depending on the size or the age of your house. However, we do not set maximum time limits and will spend as much time as necessary to perform a complete inspection.
We encourage all clients to attend the home inspection, if possible. You have probably toured the home and viewed it countless times online. However, this is your opportunity to get an in-depth look at your potential purchase. You can be present for the entire inspection or show up towards the end. Your home inspector will walk you through the home and summarize their findings. They can also address any of your questions or concerns at this time.
If you are unable to attend, don't worry. All inspections include a detailed, same-day report with the inspector's findings, photos, and recommendations. We are also available by phone for any follow-up items you might have. Our service doesn't end with the inspection.
Do I need home inspection?
Many buyers wonder if hiring a professional home inspector is really necessary. The answer is YES. Purchasing a new home is a significant financial investment - make sure you and your family are protected!
As your home inspector - we work for you. We are an unbiased third party with no affiliations to either the seller or Realtors.
It is important to set your expectations and understand that no home is perfect. You will also want to take into consideration your 'personal formula' and what is going to work for you - are you okay with a fixer upper? Or are you looking for a turnkey property with minimal deficiencies? Just like every home is unique, so is every buyer.