Before you take the keys to your new home from the builder you may want to consider our new construction inspection. We can inspect your new home or building as a trained but neutral third party to insure that your punch list is complete. This service can provide you with “quality assurance” while the builder is there to rectify any unsound or unsafe issues while you have the best leverage to get things done right that you will have.
Resale Home Inspections
This inspection is typically conducted for the home buyer. The resale home inspection evaluates the visible structure; roof, exterior, deck/porch/sunroom attachments, interior plumbing and electrical systems, heating/air conditioning systems and ductwork, interior (walls/ceilings/windows), attic, insulation and ventilation, foundation, fireplaces and solid fuel burning appliances. Carpet, wallpaper and interior paint are considered cosmetic issues and are not evaluated as part of the home resale inspection. This inspection typically takes place after you have a signed contract on the home.
Pre-Listing Home Inspections
A pre-listing home inspection is conducted for the home seller and typically takes place prior to listing your home on the market. The pre-listing home inspection is similar to the resale home inspection and allows the seller to make any needed repairs that are identified on the report before a potential buyer views the home. This allows for a smoother transaction once you have a contract on the home and in several instances the buyer may not request that an additional inspection be conducted on the home by an inspector of their choosing.
The purpose of our Commercial /Industrial inspection survey is to:
Subsequent to our field inspection we provide: