During a residential home inspection, I help prospective buyers fully understand a property’s current condition and repair needs so they can avoid being surprised by post-purchase repair expenses. Purchasing a home is a huge decision, and a professional and thorough inspection can give you the confidence you need to move forward.
Getting a condo inspection isn’t something that people always think about, but it is just as important as getting a home inspection on a residential home. Condos can have many of the same issues that homes can have, so it is important to make sure that the area is a safe place to live!
A pre-listing inspection is for homeowners who are planning to list their house on the market, but have not yet put it up for sale. I will assess the home and its major systems to determine if the home has been well-maintained and that the home is in good condition to be put up for sale.
The roof is one of the most costly and important structures. I will examine the roof, its structure, shingles/tiles, flashing, gutters, downspouts, and more to make sure the roof over your head is sound.
The initial inspection is done, what’s next? The seller will repair some or all of the items that came back on the inspection report. The owner lets you know that the repairs are made and you can move forward with the purchase and set up a closing date. What happens if you buy the house and find out the repairs were not done properly? A re-inspection will help give you peace of mind knowing the repairs were done correctly.