Having a professional and qualified home inspector inspect a home prior to purchasing is one of the best investments you will ever make.
You will benefit from our inspection by getting the most important information you need to protect you, your family, and your hard earned money. Understanding the true condition of a home will not only educate you about potentially unsafe living conditions in the home, but may also save you and your family thousands of dollars in future repair costs.
Pre-listing or Pre-sale Inspections
In today's competitive real estate market, a pre-listing home inspection, completed by our qualified inspector, will give you a clear-cut advantage over other listed homes in your community. This type of inspection can disclose problems with your home that you may not have been made aware of in the past.
You will not only be provided with the opportunity to be proactive about correcting any problems before they slow down the real estate transaction, but having this inspection done will establish an atmosphere of good faith with prospective buyers that will not go unnoticed by them. By preventing surprises from cropping up at closing time, when the buyer has their inspection done, you will be sure to move throughout the real estate transaction more freely.
New Home/Pre-Warranty Inspections
Building a brand new home can be a very rewarding and exciting experience. However, it can also be a very stressful and time consuming experience at the same time. After all of the hard work you have put into choosing your builder, designing your layout, selecting colours, flooring, cabinets, light fixtures, etc..., not to mention construction delays, changes in possession dates, and so on..., the day you finally move into your brand new home can bring you a huge sigh of relief.
Unfortunately, there is still work to be done. The systems and components installed in your new home have yet to be put to the test, and many times the critical systems in new homes are installed improperly or are not performing their intended function like they should be. Our qualified inspector would be happy to inspect your new home before one of your post-purchase walk-throughs that you have scheduled with your homebuilder, or prior to the expiration date of your new home warranty.
One habit new homeowners tend to have when preparing for a walk-through with their builder, is focusing on cosmetic issues because they are the most glaring problems that you can see every day. Although cosmetic problems should be fixed, there may be more expensive and hazardous problems with your new home. It would be a shame to let these more serious problems go unnoticed until after your warranty has expired.
This is a problem that happens frequently and ends up costing homebuyers thousands of dollars. Don't end up paying for your builder's mistakes!!!!!!!
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