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Professional Home Inspection Services

 

When buying a home, we offer you greater peace of mind and clarity on your purchase with a pre-purchase home inspection. For sellers, a pre-listing inspection can benefit both sellers and buyers by promoting transparency, reducing the likelihood of surprises during the transaction, and facilitating smoother negotiations and higher return for the seller. Additional services include new construction Pre-Pour foundation, Pre-Drywall, and final inspections. Builder home warranty inspections and testing for mold and Asbestos. Construction consultations and remodel inspections. 

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Pre-Purchase Inspection 

A pre-purchase home inspection provides buyers with peace of mind by helping them make informed decisions about the condition of the property they are considering purchasing. It's an essential step in the home buying process and can potentially save buyers from unforeseen expenses or problems down the line.

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Pre-Listing Inspection 

A pre-listing inspection can benefit both sellers and buyers by promoting transparency, reducing the likelihood of surprises during the transaction, and facilitating smoother negotiations. It's an optional but valuable step for sellers who want to present their home in the best possible light and minimize potential issues during the selling process. In return homes sell faster and for more money.

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New Construction Inspection

There are three phases during the time of the home building process where inspecting the home is vital. The first phase involves inspecting the foundation and formwork before any concrete is placed. This inspection ensures that the plumbing, electrical, and HVAC lines and pipes are placed correctly. All concrete reinforcement is installed to the approved plans and local building codes. The second phase is the pre drywall inspection. This inspection is a crucial step in the construction process of a new home or building. It occurs after the framing, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) rough-ins have been completed but before the drywall or other wall finishes are installed. Finally the third Phase or the final inspection takes place once the construction is complete, and the building is ready for occupancy. This comprehensive inspection covers all aspects of the property, including structural integrity, mechanical systems, plumbing, electrical, and finishes.

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11 Month Warranty Inspection

An 11-month warranty inspection, also known as a builder's warranty inspection or new home warranty inspection, typically occurs around the 11th month after the completion of construction on a new home. Many builders offer a one-year warranty on newly constructed homes, during which they are responsible for addressing any defects or issues that may arise. An 11-month warranty inspection provides homeowners with an opportunity to identify and address any issues covered under the builder's warranty before it expires. By conducting a thorough inspection and documenting any defects, homeowners can ensure that their new home remains in good condition and that any necessary repairs are made promptly.

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Annual Maintenance Inspection 

Annual home maintenance isn't just about preserving your property's curb appeal; it's about protecting your investment, ensuring safety, and preventing costly repairs down the line. We will give you an overview of your home and its current condition so you can see potential expenses coming in the future. With this report you will also get tips and tricks to maintain your home and keep it running smoothly for years to come. From inspecting your HVAC system to cleaning gutters, staying on top of maintenance tasks can save you time, money, and headaches in the long run.

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Commercial Inspection

Commercial inspections are vital for protecting your investment and ensuring the safety and functionality of your business space. From identifying structural issues to assessing safety compliance and evaluating mechanical systems, a thorough inspection provides valuable insights that help you make informed decisions. Whether you're buying, leasing, or maintaining a commercial property, investing in professional inspections is key to minimizing risks and maximizing the value of your asset.

Other Inspection Services

  • Asbestos Inspection

  • Mold Inspection 

  • Roof Inspection

  • Home Remodel Inspection

  • Foundation Inspection

  • Sewer Line Inspection

  • Construction Consultation

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