Protect Your Investment with a Home Inspection

When folks ask us, "Why get a home inspection?" it usually means they think they can't afford one or just don't want to shell out money for one. My answer is plain and simple, "You really can't afford to NOT get a home inspection!"

Real Estate is usually the largest investment you will ever make, yet many people do so without knowing the condition of the property they are purchasing.why get a home inspection?

That’s why a professional property inspection is such a valuable investment. An analysis of the property, performed by a specially trained and completely objective inspector can identify safety issues, non-functioning systems or damaged building components.

Having this information before you purchase, sell, repair or remodel, can return many dividends, both financially and emotionally.

why get a home inspectionWhether you're buying, selling, building or staying in the property you own, a property inspection just makes good sense! Understanding the condition of the systems and components of a building are critical when it comes to purchase, repair and maintenance decisions.

A professional property inspection is an impartial, third party, visual, non-destructive evaluation of the systems and physical structure of a home, from the roof to the foundation. home inspectionsHaving a home inspection is similar to getting a physical checkup. If a problem or symptom is discovered, the inspector may recommend further evaluation. A home inspection is not a warranty or insurance policy, but a method to assist you in understanding the condition of a home.

When you’re ready, so are we. The first step in enhancing the comfort level of your Real Estate transaction is to schedule your inspection as early as possible. You’ll be glad you made the right choice.

Get The Answers You've Been Looking For
Ever wondered what causes the cracks in your ceiling? Or if the cracks in your brick veneer are from a failing foundation? Send us your email and we'll send you answers to these questions, plus 8 more that will change how you think about your home.