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Pre-Purchase Home Inspection. Our most popular service, a pre-purchase home inspection is what you’ll want when you’ve made an offer on a house and it’s been accepted . . . contingent on a home inspection. If you think you’ll be in a multiple-offer situation, you might even have the inspection done before you make an offer so that you can submit without a contingency.  A typical inspection takes 2 1/2 to 4 hours and includes a written report. 

New Construction Home Inspection. The same thoroughness as a Pre-Purchase Home Inspection, but the focus is more on quality of materials and workmanship rather than wear and tear. Even good quality builders sometimes receive poor quality from sub-contractors through no fault of their own. A typical inspection takes 2 1/2 to 4 hours and includes a written report. 

Many new home buyers call on our company again to complet the one-year walk-through. 

During New Construction/In Process  A three-phase inspection includes any or all of the following.  Buyers are encouraged to attend.

Phase One:  Pre-backfill inspection of the foundation and drainage preparation.

Phase Two:  Systems evalution before the drywall is installed, including the completed framing, electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling components.

Phase Three: Pre-settlement walk-through.

Many new home buyers call on our company again to complet the one-year walk-through. 

Condominium Inspection. Similar to our pre-purchase home inspection, only you’re buying a condominium instead of a house.  This inspection is crucial from the standpoint that you don’t want to get stuck with a large assessment from the condominium association once you’ve moved in. Many associations either don’t budget for or aren’t aware of needed maintenance and repair items. A typical inspection takes 2 1/2 to 4 hours and includes a written report. 

Pre-Listing Home Inspection. If you’re about to list your home, consider a pre-listing inspection. The inspection itself is the same as a pre-purchase inspection but the focus is on helping the home seller to prepare the home for sale. The home seller can decide which items they want to address prior to listing and what issues they should disclose to a potential buyer. This is a great option for sellers who don’t like surprises – especially the kind that slow down or derail a real estate transaction. A typical inspection takes 2 1/2 to 4 hours and includes a written report. 

 

   
 

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