In a home sale, there are two types of home inspections a buyer’s inspection and a Pre-Listing Inspection (Seller inspection).  A buyer’s inspection occurs after the buyer has made an offer on the home, and before closing the sale.

After a buyer finds a home and signs contracts,  the buyer should most definitely hire a home inspector to inspect the house and perform a visual observation of the home and its surroundings.  A licensed Home Inspector can  identifies Health, Safety, or Major Mechanical Issues.

A Buyers Home Inspections is a vital part of the home buying process.  The Inspection will give the home buyer a professional evaluation of the property they are purchasing. A Buyers Home Inspection can also assist in pinpoint a fair price for the house.  If the Home Inspector should find any issues or defects, the perspective buyer then has negotiation power.  In some cases, the home inspections have saved the homeowner much more than the cost of the inspection. 

Here are the items evaluated in our inspections:

EXTERIOR WALLS

EXTERIOR GROUNDS

ROOF AND VENTILATION

GENERAL INTERIOR

KITCHEN

BEDROOMS

BATHROOMS

BASEMENTS