Ever noticed how some products and services you get don’t totally meet their intended purpose? It’s frustrating and upsetting when that happens. If you pay for something, it should deliver on its promises, right? Well, there is one service that is all but guaranteed to meet your expectations. Phase inspections. Sure, they might not be flashy new smartphones but phase inspections are some of the most comprehensive, reliable services out there (provided you work with a committed … [Read more...]
How To Avoid Major Residential Building Problems?
When disasters strike, people will often think of them as unavoidable, unfortunate occurrences. But is that always true? At least on the small scale, you have some ability to detect and prevent catastrophes before they happen to you. Residential home inspections are one of the best ways to avoid major home problems. They’ll alert you to potential problems and provide you with the opportunity to fix them before they become a whole mess. Some of the other benefits that a residential home … [Read more...]
Main Reason Why You Need a Pre-listing Inspection
You know it’s true. Selling a home is stressful. If you’ve ever tried to sell a house before, you’ll be very familiar with all the stresses and pressures that come along with the process. They’re really too plentiful to list. One of the things that is a particular thorn in a seller’s side is the thought of inspections and the constant fear that something might be wrong with the house. To assuage those fears, sellers need a pre-listing inspection. These types of inspections are simply … [Read more...]
Should I Get a Pre-listing Inspection?
This is definitely a question that most home sellers ask before listing their homes. Although not required, a home inspection before listing is a smart move to eliminate surprises when you place your home on market. What is a pre-listing inspection? This is simply a comprehensive inspection of your home by a professional. It helps discover damages that might exist, the maintenance or repair issues required before you list your home for sale. It may seem like it is unnecessary to have a … [Read more...]
Phase Inspections (Build in Progress)
New Home Phase Inspections consist of three inspections and possibly some drop-in checkups. We will monitor the builder's progress and inspect at these specific points to report observations that may not be best practices or up to local or building standards. Phase I - Pre-pour foundation, Phase II - Pre-Drywall/Siding, and Phase III - Final and full inspection. … [Read more...]
Single Component or Follow-Up Inspections
If you need a professional inspection on any single system or component, or maybe a follow up to a prior inspection after repairs have been made, I can help you! If you think you have a water leak or wonder if the repairman insulated good enough? Please contact me for custom pricing. … [Read more...]
The 1-Year Warranty Inspection
I highly recommend a 1-Year Warranty Inspection during the 11th month after a new home’s construction. This is a comprehensive home inspection intended to help you identify issues that need to be addressed by the builder prior to the expiration of your 1-year builder’s warranty. … [Read more...]
Before you sell your home, a Pre-Listing Inspection is a smart move. This inspection allows you to discover and address flaws before placing your home on the market. I offer a pre-Listing Inspection at a discount to the normal inspection. It may help you avoid delays and surprises when you are trying to sell your home. … [Read more...]
Residential Home Inspections
What’re the Benefits of Residential Home Inspections? Whether you’re getting ready to buy a new home, remodel your existing house, or suspect problems within your building, a detailed and comprehensive residential inspection can give you a clear picture of the true condition of your home. There are several components and systems that make come together to make your house a home, and several factors can affect them. Daily wear-and-tear, age, weather conditions and other factors can cause harm … [Read more...]