A home inspection gives you peace of mind.
~For Peace of Mind~
A top to bottom comprehensive multi-point visual inspection of your new home, including roof coverings and exterior walls, driveways and walkways, decks and porches, interior walls, ceilings and floors, doors and windows, a thorough inspection of the kitchen, bathrooms and laundry, the electrical system, heat and air, plumbing, as well as the attic and crawlspace or basement.
The delivered inspection report will provide documentation of major defects found during the inspection process that may require immediate attention. As well, minor or cosmetic issues may be noted to make you aware of what might become a future, larger issue. And finally, as possible, the age of the major systems, such as HVAC, will be determined to help you prepare for future expenses. Other maintenance observations will be noted to assist you in getting a head start on taking care of your new home.
The primary objective of the home inspection is to educate the homebuyer of the condition of the home at the time of the inspection.
Make informed decisions and plan for your future.
~Move in Certified~
Sell your home with confidence and head off buyer concerns before they arise. A seller's inspection will go through the same comprehensive multi-point visual inspection of your home as a buyer's inspection. As a seller, you’re normally excluded from this process and can be left in a position of defense as opposed to being proactive and addressing buyer concerns before they ever lay eyes on the property.
Minimize the stress and streamline your closing. You are in charge.
Fast turnaround radon testing. Colorado ranks 7th in the nation for highest levels of radon. Why is that a concern? Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer among non smokers. Every single home should be tested for radon so it can be mitigated to a safe level.
While the newer the home is, the less likely it will have a sewer line problem, no sewer line is immune from problems. Sewer line problems can be very expensive to fix so mitigate your risk and have it scoped before you purchase. Due to the expensive nature of sewer line repairs, sellers will be more inclined to make these repairs to be able to complete the sale of their home.
As a new homeowner, it's important to understand that your house requires care and maintenance. With time, parts of your house will wear out, break down, deteriorate, or simply stop working.
InterNACHI’s home maintenance book teaches you how your house works, how to keep it maintained, and how to save energy.
Ask me for your copy today!