A pre-inspection will provide real time knowledge to the seller before they list their house. There are several benefits for requesting a pre-inspection; we have listed a few to offer food for thought.
A Pre-Inspection may reveal negative conditions that could be used as negotiating terms. By discovering these conditions, the seller may wish to repair the findings, thus giving you control over the negotiating factors.
A Pre-Inspection will offer you confidence, that a buyer may not uncover unexpected cost.
A Pre-Inspection will put you on top of the pack, when there are multiple houses for sell in the same price range, the buyer will typically lean towards a home that the owner has taken the initiative to have their home inspected.
If you are looking to buy a new home, a Home Buyer Inspection is a good way to see what needs to be fixed and what’s needed in the home. I cover every square foot of the house…
If you are looking at selling your home, a Home Seller Inspection is a good way to see what is in need of repair or maintenance, prior to listing your home.
Radon is a natural, radioactive gas which comes from the decay of uranium and rocks in soil. A professional Radon test can tell you if the Radon levels in your home, are dangerous.
Asbestos is a set of six naturally occurring mineral substances. It is not visible and does not have a smell or taste and is commonly found in older homes.
A Mold test is a good way to identify if it exists anywhere in your home. Mold can cause a wide range of fungal illnesses that can be dangerous to your health.
Lead-Based Paint Testing
In this test we take a swab from a painted surface, to see if there is lead in the paint. This test is important because lead-based paint can be very dangerous to your health.
NEED A TRUSTWORTHY INSPECTOR?
Whether you’re a buyer or seller, I am obligated to give my clients the time it takes to protect the most expensive investment of their lifetime. I also encourage the participation of the client after the inspection is complete. Contact us for your next home inspection.