Purchasing a new home also means buying that home’s problems. Through a home inspection, you can better understand these problems and, in many cases, are able to renegotiate and have them addressed or the cost of repairs offset. By learning the unique issues that the house presents, you can avoid surprises later and rest easy in your decision. A home inspection doesn’t just save you money but serves to protect your family. Safety issues can arise from dangerous handyman work, outdated electrical or plumbing systems, and more. We’ll check the home for potential safety issues such as fire and electrical hazards and structural problem
While home inspections are most often requested by home buyers, the seller also has a lot to gain from an inspection. Renegotiations after an inspection may result in repair requests, a reduced offer, or in worst cases, the offer being retracted. Through a pre-listing inspection, you can put yourself in a better position by learning of and addressing the homes problems before it goes on the market. Let us enable you to go into negotiations with more confidence and control and to ensure the smoothest transaction possible.
A brand-new home doesn’t equal a perfect home. Houses are made by humans, and no human executes everything perfectly. When you buy a new construction home without an inspection, you are placing yourself at the mercy of a human builder. A new construction inspection allows you to catch problems early, before they become major issues. Let us be there to ensure that you are getting the house of your dreams and not a poor counterfeit of it. We recommend a pre-drywall & final inspection, as well as an 11 month warranty inspection.