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Why should I get a home inspection?

A home inspection is one of the best ways to help determine your homes condition, by reveling the health and safety of your home. Inspectors are trained to find defects that could go unnoticed.

My home is brand new, do I still need an inspection?

Absolutely.  New homes can have various and sometimes even major issues too. Homes are built by people, and people make mistakes.  A home Inspection is a great way to bring forward problems such as incomplete work or damages during the building process.

What do you look at during the inspection?

 We inspect all major systems of your property including: the roof, exterior, interior, structure, insulation, appliances, major systems such as electrical, cooling, heating, and plumbing.  For a more comprehensive list please visit our home page. 

Do I have to be there for the inspection?

We encourage you to attend the inspection or the last 45 minutes. Should you not be able to attend, our service guarantee provides you the ability to book a post inspection review directly with your home inspector at your convenience.   

What if my home inspection report reveals problems?

What is not included in my inspection?

No problem! Using our detailed report your realtor can help guide you through the next steps of the purchasing process and options. 

We do not inspect for environmental issues, for example: mold, lead, or asbestos. 

A TREC inspector is specifically exempt from inspecting for defects or deficiencies that are otherwise buried, hidden, latent, or concealed. A real estate inspection is a limited visual survey and basic performance evaluation of the systems and components of a building using normal controls that provides information regarding the general condition of a residence at the time of inspection.

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