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Home Inspection

What is a home inspection?
An expert will evaluate the overall condition of the building. It is based on visual observation of the building's condition on the day of the inspection. The results of a home inspection cannot identify latent or concealed details that may exist. The inspection includes areas of the home's interior and exterior; from the roof to the foundation and the exterior drainage and retaining walls.

What does Home Inspection Include?

We perform inspections in the following areas of a home:
-Plumbing systems, electrical systems, insulation, and ventilation
-Bathrooms & kitchens
-Heating & air conditioning
-Basement & crawlspace
-Garage & carport
-Site grading
-Interior structure
-And more...
A careful inspection is very important! It could save you a great amount of money in the end. We provide a pre-inspection agreement outlining what you can expect from our services and a full report upon completion. This report will provide details on at least 20 different areas of the property.

Pre-Sale Home Inspection
A Pre-Sale Inspection is typically performed prior to putting your home on the market. This inspection provides you with a better understanding of the conditions which will likely be discovered by a buyer's inspector.

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Home Buyer's Inspection
Nothing could be worse than suddenly finding out that there are major defects with the home you have just purchased. Before the sale is final, we will provide you with our thorough and professional home inspection report to ensure that you are well informed about the home you are purchasing.

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Periodic Home Inspection
A Periodic Inspection should be performed every 3-5 years. It is designed to detect any small problems before they become major expenses and to give homeowners peace of mind regarding the true condition of their home.
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