Our Home Inspection Services
Home Inspections to Fit Your Needs
Pre-Purchase Inspections, Pre-Listing Inspections, Partial Inspections, One-Year Walk-Through Inspections, Thermal Imaging, and 5/10 year Maintenance Inspections.
About Our Inspection Services
Pre Purchase Inspections
The standard pre-purchase home inspection includes all eight systems as outlined in the Homebook. The pre-purchase home inspection is scheduled by the purchaser or purchaser’s real estate agent based on the contract requirements.
This home inspection is for the purchaser of an existing home that wants to know the condition of the property in order to make an informed decision prior to finalizing the contract.
Pre Sale/Pre Listing Home Inspection
The Pre-Sale home inspection is for homeowners and listing agents that are preparing to present the house for sale and are interested in knowing the present condition of the home.
This home inspection will uncover any major problems that need to be corrected. This will allow the sale of the home to proceed smoothly without any last minute glitches due to the house condition. This home inspection includes all 8 systems from the Homebook.
The partial home inspection is for the owner of a property that has a concern with the functioning of a particular system or systems and would like professional direction on the repair or upgrading of the concern.
It could be a concern with a roof problem, leaking basement, electrical issue, etc. A partial home inspection covers a minimum of two systems, as outlined in the Homebook.
One Year Walk Through
The one year walk through home inspection is conducted as a punch list type inspection for purchases of new homes. The new homes are normally approaching their warranty expiration date and need to have any remaining builder deficiencies corrected.
This home inspection is normally conducted prior to the scheduled appointment with the builder’s representative. This home inspection includes all 8 categories from the Homebook
Five/Ten Year Maintenance Inspection
This home inspection can uncover maintenance and safety issues that the owners may not be aware of. It can also allow the homeowner to prioritize their remodeling efforts. Inspection covers all 8 system categories from the Homebook.
A house is an ever-changing environment. Plumbing leaks develop, toilets loosen, wiring shorts, roofing wears out, masonry deteriorates, grading settles, improper repairs are executed, etc.
Most safety agencies recommend having professional home inspection services approximately every 5 years after you’ve moved into a home.
Thermal imaging is one of the best ways to find issues that would otherwise be missed from a strictly visual home inspection,
While thermal imaging can’t see through walls, it can see temperature differentials that help us identify issues.
Those issues includes plumbing leaks, roof issues, missing insulation, potentially hazardous electrical conditions, and more.