Almost every home that you will find on the market will look perfect on the surface. But that doesn't mean it can't have any hidden defects.
A home inspection can alert you to various structural and internal issues of the property. After I uncover those issues, you will be able to see things clearly and make a decision whether to buy or walk away.
I look for defects in the roof, basement, floors, external and internal walls, attic and crawl spaces. I will list out all major and minor issues in my inspection report, along with high-resolution pictures to help you understand the problem better.
On an average, a home inspection may take 2-3 hours, and the inspection report is almost always delivered within 24 hours to avoid any delays in your buying process.
Inspecting a newly built home is as crucial as inspecting a 30-year-old property because both have one thing in common – defects. Despite their best intentions, builders end up building problems into a home, which are usually discovered later, after the family moves in. This can be a major financial setback for the homeowner as well as enormous stress and safety concerns.
My New Home Inspection will list out the non-compliant elements and structural defects that may have occurred due to constructional mistakes. My job is to make you aware of everything about your prospective home so that you can make an informed buying decision.
Before you put your home on the market, make sure you fix all the defects that might drive your buyers away. A pre-listing inspection is the easiest and the most dependable way to find defects in your property. I will look into the structural health of your house, from roof to foundation and everything in between. Any issues that I might find will be explained to you, along with repair recommendations to help you improve your property’s value.
My job is to alert you to any issues with your property before your buyers discover them, so that you don’t end up being at the losing end of the deal.
I can assist financial lenders with an accurate draw inspection to help them get grips with the progress of the construction process in relation to the pre-defined timeline. If everything checks out perfectly, you can go ahead and disperse the funds for the project.
I will also compare every cost request with the progress of the project so that no additional funds are tied up with the project. Being an InterNACHI certified home inspector, I possess the knowledge and formal training to perform new construction draw inspections of any scale or type.
Newly built homes come with a 1-year builder warranty to cover certain issues and defects that might have been built into the property. More often than not, these issues come to light only after the warranty expires. While some of these issues are expensive to fix, others are downright a safety hazard.
I will perform a thorough inspection to find structural defects in your property so that you can get them fixed before the warranty expires. A detailed inspection report will be handed to you to help you argue your position with the builder.
Your home inspection report will be handed to you within 24 hours of the inspection. That’s a promise. I understand that you are all excited about the home-buying process, and I’d hate to be a spoilsport. I’ll prepare and deliver your home inspection report as soon as possible so that you can quickly start to learn about the property that you are planning to buy.