Home Inspection, Why?
You’ve worked hard, done your homework, searched and searched and searched some more. Finally a home that seams to fit the long list of criteria for your taste and budget is right before you, ready. Hey and it feels right to, something about this home, this neighborhood, just says yes.Grandpa checked it out, your Father checked it out, even your husbands friend who knows construction checked it out. The bank has approved your loan the appraisal is ordered, the closing date set, what more could there be?
Its time to get intimate and really get to know this home with a professional home inspection. A home inspector will provide a concise list of issues that need addressed now or in the future. Many of these issues can be used to lower the cost of the sale or leverage the current owner to get them fixed before the sale is final. The home inspector has special training, tools and experience that helps them find issues that others may not notice and pick up on. They will find clues and red flags that need further investigation. This will set the stage for your future relationship with your new home.
You might get the roof replaced, the toilet fixed, the furnace cleaned and tuned and a radon system installed all at no cost to you. That mold in the attic will get mitigated before you move in with your family. Future maintenance will be known like, painting the siding, or replacing the furnace.
To summarize, the home inspection will provide concise list of issues with the home. Some of these will need addresses now and some in the future. Furthermore the home inspector has special tools, training and experience to find these issues. Altogether the home inspection will ease the stress of that anticipation to the final move in day and in the long run a home inspection is the most important investment you will ever make in your new home. As you can see by knowing more about your investment you will have a plan for its future and will rest easy going forward. We offer many inspection services depending on the home and your budget. Call us today and discuss your inspection needs.