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Buyer’s Home Inspection

Buyer’s Home Inspection services are where you’ll truly discover what condition a house is in. We’ll deliver a comprehensive inspection and will document everything. We pledge to inspect every area that’s visible and accessible such as:

  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Roof
  • Foundation
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Grounds
  • Garage
  • Water Heating
  • HVAC
  • Sump Equipment
  • Windows
  • Heat Recovery System

Additional Inspection Services

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Pre-Listing/Seller’s Inspection

Get ahead of the game by finding out exactly what your buyer’s inspector will discover. With our Seller’s Inspection services, you’ll receive the same high-quality inspection as a Buyer’s Home Inspection. You can leverage this advance notice by getting the worst areas repaired or opting to disclose them instead.

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New Construction

One of the biggest misconceptions in real estate is the idea that a newly constructed home will be in perfect shape. Although it’s going to be much nicer than a used home, there are still imperfections and common contractor shortcuts to consider. Let us inspect the home, and then you can alert the contractor to any issues that require a repair.

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New Construction Phase Inspections

Why not get ahead of the contractors by checking the New Construction during Phase Inspections? This will minimize issues, and it will also verify that the contractor stays on-time and on-budget. You’ll be glad you booked these inspections when you see how the contractor responds to them.

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11-Month/Builder’s Warranty

Your Builder’s Warranty only lasts one year. Therefore, it’s imperative to get an inspection before the first year is up. During this service, we’ll check every area that’s under warranty to help you determine what, if any, areas need to be reported to your contractor.

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Home Maintenance Inspection

The best way to ensure that your house stays in tip-top shape is with regular Home Maintenance Inspections. We will check the house’s most critical systems and equipment. We’ll also let you know which systems are likely to need a repair in the near future.

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WDO/Termite Inspection

Termites and other wood-destroying organisms cause billions of dollars in damages each year. Sadly, most people have no idea they have termites until the problem is so huge that it’s literally ruining the wood supporting your house. With a third-party inspection, though, you can find out before things get out of control.

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Find out if your home repair addendum was properly addressed with our Re-Inspection service. We’ll also verify that everything else is still in satisfactory shape. Remember: if you fail to get this last inspection completed, anything that wasn’t taken care of properly becomes your financial responsibility.

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Radon Inspection

This third-party service will give you peace of mind in your new home. Although you can’t see it, smell it, taste it, or hear it, Radon could be seeping into your home right now. Unfortunately, it’s the leading non-smoking cause of lung cancer, and you won’t know there’s a problem unless you get this inspection.

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Well Inspection

Is your well working properly? Find out with this third-party service! We’ll coordinate an inspection with a qualified well professional to find out if your flow rate is at an acceptable level.

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Septic Inspection

During this third-party service, a septic professional will inspect whether there are any problems in the line. Additionally, they’ll check for any leaks. Septic systems require a lot of money to repair, so make sure you’re in good shape before you purchase a new house.

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4-Point Inspection

This inspection service often comes into play when you try to insure an older property. Your insurer will want to know what shape the home’s four most critical points are in. Therefore, we will inspect:

  • Roof
  • HVAC
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
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