Frequently asked questions
A full inspection will take anywhere from 3 and half to 4 hours for a typical single family home, longer for larger homes.
Our home inspector will examine all the major components of your home including Roof, Attic, Siding, Foundation, HVAC, Insulation, Garages, Heating, Plumbing and Electrical, and a full interior & appliances inspection to ensure your new home does not come with surprises down the road.
The home buyer is encouraged to attend the inspection with most buyers coming for the tail end to review the inspectors finding and ask any questions they may have.
There isn’t a pass or fail in a home inspection, every home has some issues and any problems large or small can only be dealt with by being aware of them. Often issues can be used in negations to secure a better purchase price or have repairs done before hand.
A home inspection is usually scheduled after an offer has been made and accepted, but before the closing date. That way, the inspector can rule out any major defects that could be dangerous or costly. Contact us and we will work with your agent to get you the next available time slot.
The inspection fee for a typical single family home varies depending on a several factors such as the size of the house, its age and condition. Call to speak with a home inspector about your home and get answers and prices specific to your property.
Do not let price be a factor in deciding whether or not to get a home inspection.The sense of security and knowledge gained from an inspection is well worth the cost, and the lowest-priced inspection is not necessarily a bargain.
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