When you schedule your home inspection with us, you are hiring professionals with extensive training and experience in the building industry. It is our job to – not only evaluate the condition of the house’s major systems and structural integrity – but also to evaluate how these systems are working together and to identify areas that need to be monitored.
For sellers, a pre-listing inspection can save you a lot of avoidable trouble, stress, and profit loss. If you know there are items to fix, you can either repair or disclose them while preparing to list your home. Being forthright demonstrates there is nothing to hide. Even better, being ahead of the curve with repairs before listing will present potential buyers with the best visual of their dream home. All home inspection services we provide are available for sellers, as they are for buyers.
We will perform a visual inspection of the construction and residence. A written report will be provided after each inspection phase identifying the defects we observe. Additionally, a final written report will be sent after the construction is completed.
If you own or manage a commercial property, it is your job to make sure the building is safe for your customers and employees. The best way to do this is to get a commercial property inspection. We inspect office buildings, apartment complexes, restaurants, retail stores, storage facilities, and more.
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