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General Home Inspection

 
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Pre-Purchase Inspections / Pre-Listing Inspections

 
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New Construction Inspections

 
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Allergen Air Quality Samples

 

 
 

 Radon Gas Test

 
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General Home Inspection

The general home inspection, according to the Standards of Practice, shall "provide the client with a better understanding of the property conditions, as inspected at the time of the inspection."

A general home inspection will include:

  • Heating
  • Air Conditioning
  • Interiors
  • Insulation and Ventilation
  • Built-in Kitchen Appliances
  • Fireplaces and Chimneys
  • Structural Components 
  • Exterior 
  • Roofing
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical

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New Construction Inspection

Most buyers assume with new construction there shouldn't be any major problems or concerns. To the contrary, issues have been identified through a home inspection that are major concerns as well as minor issues.

A new construction inspection will include:

  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Heating and Air
  • Structural Components 
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Roof

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Radon Gas Test

Radon is a cancer-causing radioactive gas. You can't see it, smell it, or taste it, but radon is estimated to cause well over 20,000 deaths each year (more deaths than drunk driving). If you are buying a home or selling your home, have it tested for radon. For a new home, ask if radon-resistant construction features were used and if the home has been tested.

  • Our Radon test results are immediately available and you will receive a printed copy of the results at the conclusion of your test.
 

*Radon information is from the EPA website.


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Pre-Purchase Inspections / Pre-Listing Inspections

The typical home selling and buying transaction includes the buyer having a home inspector come into the home on the buyer’s behalf. The buyer and the inspector leave your home with more information and knowledge than the homeowner and listing agent regarding the current condition of the home.

Advantages of having a Pre-List Inspection on a home you’re selling:

  • You’re being pro-active and not reactive.
  • You gain valuable information first regarding the current condition of your home.
  • You eliminate the “shock value” of having someone else tell you the condition of your home.
  • The report can help the seller and listing agent realistically price the house.
  • The seller may wish to attach paid invoices for repairs made for the buyer to view. This can and may reduce some of the buyer's anxiety and suspicions.
  • The report can give you insight on some areas you may wish to upgrade.
  • It shows the potential buyer that you are acting in good faith rather than receiving the buyer’s inspection report and saying “I didn’t know anything about that.” 
  • Spending a few hundred dollars upfront on repairs can and may save a homeowner thousands when repairs are negotiated by the buyer to reduce the sales price of your home due to needed repairs. (Generally negotiated repairs are valued at inflated prices.)

    Allergen Air Quality Samples