We are passionate about helping homeowners, and buyers get hassle-free inspections and powerful reports. Our local home inspectors have been rigorously selected to have extensive experience, the best training, and the most modern equipment. No matter the state or size of the property, we can get it inspected quickly and accurately, and for a great price.
Step one: get a free quote for your property and circumstances.
Step two: make an appointment for the inspection.
Step three: walk with us and discover everything there is to know about your house.
Step four: get a comprehensive digital report within 24 hours after the inspection. This report clued all the findings of the home inspection.
Step five: receive the complete report in paper and with signatures.
The cost of a home inspection greatly varies with the size and location of the property. Our prices are among the most competitive in the industry. And, there will never be any hidden fees. The price we quote will be the price you pay.
Did you know that, depending on the contract, you might be able to have the seller pay for the home inspection? This is something that not many people know. Please ask your real estate agent or a lawyer to find out if this works for you.
Most inspections take a couple of hours. If the house is huge or challenging to access, the inspection can take longer. But that is rarely the case.
A home inspector looks for any problems or issues that could affect either value or the quality of living inside of it. He also checks to make sure that the building is abiding by the locality's codes and standards.
Who pays for the home inspection greatly depends on the contract. Most of the time, this is the buyer. However, it's also possible that the seller is obliged to pay for the home inspection.
It's also possible that the mortgage company requires the home inspection. If that is the case, the person getting the mortgage would likely have to pay for the home inspection.
You will need half to fix any building code violations or life-threatening issues with the house before you can complete the transaction. You can find these issues clearly marked in the home inspection report.
If you have to make any other fixes depends on the contract. Many buyers will insist that you need to fix everything and the home inspection report. However, that's not always the case. The fact is that many houses have small issues. And the buyer also has some responsibility.
Please consult with your real estate agent and attorney to make sure you know exactly what is required and what not.
If you are buying the property, we don't really need to prepare for the home inspection. Just make sure to show up on time and have any questions ready. The home inspector will take it from there.
If you are selling your property, you can make the home inspection easier but ensure that you have any documentation available. And by making it easy to access the important areas in the house.
Especially areas like attics, crawlspaces, and basements, I can have a lot of stuff lying around. If you can make the home inspector's success, the inspection will be quicker and easier, and you can continue with the transaction before you know it.
After the home inspection, you will get the report. This report is the whole reason for doing the inspection. It will detail everything that was found, both good and bad things.
And you can also find any recommendations on how to fix the findings in the report. You will get the report both digitally and in paper format. The digital version will be available within 24 hours after the inspection. The paper format can take a few days.