It’s Important to Know the Condition of Your Home

‏After being in your home for a while, you might be wondering if there are any repairs you should plan for. Not everything is obvious. Structural issues can be well hidden and very costly if left unaddressed. ‏A home maintenance inspection will report on things like cracks in your foundation and the estimated life of your roof. At the end of the inspection, you’ll get a detailed report which can help you plan ahead.‏

‏A Home Maintenance Inspection Helps to Prioritize Repairs‏

‏You should have an inspection every few years so you can stay ahead of deficiencies in your home. An inspector is trained to find any issues and include them in the report. Your inspector doesn’t work for a repair company and is not a contractor, which means that you can trust that their findings will be unbiased. A home maintenance inspection helps you to stay ahead of any issues before they worsen and cause damage.‏

‏A Home Maintenance Inspection Gives You Peace of Mind‏

If you think that something in your home might not be operating correctly, order a home maintenance inspection. You’ll gain a clear idea about what is working, what should be repaired, and any other pressing issues in your home. There are likely even minor problems that you can fix yourself. Regardless, knowing the deficiencies in your home will help you determine a plan of action to get them fixed.

‏Monitor Your Investment‏

‏Your home is a big investment that requires attention to appreciate in value. Making repairs and updates to your property will make it more valuable when you decide to sell.‏

‏Selling It Will Be Easier‏

‏Depending on how often you get a home maintenance inspection, they can help you when you sell your property. You won’t be surprised by what the buyer’s inspection will show. It can also help you to market the property. If you’ve recently replaced the roof, add this to the description as a selling point.


‏No matter the reason for conducting a home maintenance inspection, it’s a great idea to get one. You might not be planning to sell your home any time soon but if you’ve lived there awhile, it’s good to know about its condition. Structural damage can be spotted early so you can prevent more costly repairs down the road.‏ The cost of an inspection varies based on a number of factors but it’s an investment that’s well worth making.

Priority Home Inspections offers inspection services to customers in Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Contact us to request an appointment.