An inspection is a visual only, non-invasive inspection of the readily accessible components of the house.
You have placed an offer to purchase a property, conditional upon a home inspection. Upon completion of the inspection, you should have the knowledge to make an informed decision to purchase. Defects noted may help you in negotiating the terms of your offer.
Planning on selling your current home? You may like to know of any defects which may impact the selling price. In order to better market your home, you may want to make repairs ahead of time and not be taken by surprise if the potential buyer discovers issues which may affect the outcome.
Did you know that some insurance companies request this to determine insurability?
Has your home insurance company requested an inspection of your home's ROOF, HVAC, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING systems? If so, we can do a four point inspection at a fraction of the cost of a regular home inspection.
A WETT inspection, which stands for Wood Energy Technology Transfer, includes a thorough inspection of all wood burning appliances such as stoves and open fireplaces, by a certified WETT inspector.
Given the potential threat these technologies pose to the well-being and health of those in the home, a WETT inspection can give you the peace of mind you need when buying or selling a home, living in a home, and can also be a requirement when securing insurance.
Level 1 Septic System Inspections during Real Estate Transactions.
A Level 1 Septic Inspection is an evaluation of the condition and functionality of the Septic system at the time of the Inspection.
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