Home Inspections
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Buyer’s Pre-Purchase

This type of inspection is the ideal way to ensure that as the buyer, you are informed and educated about the property you are purchasing whether it is a re-sale home or brand new construction. The inspection includes...

  • Foundation

  • Lot Drainage

  • Roof

  • Plumbing

  • Electrical

  • Built-In Appliances

  • Heating and Air Conditioning

  • Windows and Doors

  • Garage Door Operators

Seller's Pre Listing

When considering selling your home this is an excellent step to take to prepare the home and help to get it in its best possible shape before listing it. The pre-listing inspection will help to reduce the possibility of surprises from unknown deficiencies that might, otherwise, appear in an inspection performed by your buyer’s inspector.

New Construction Inspections

Don’t sign off on your newly constructed home until it’s been inspected by a team of professionals.  The sheer volume of contractors and subcontractors working on building your new home alone should make it clear that mistakes are going to be made. Let us the home prior to your final walkthrough so that anything we’ve discovered can be brought to the attention of your builder before the work on the home has been officially completed.

Buyer’s 11 Month Builder Warranty

This inspection is usually performed thirty days prior to the expiration of the builder’s One-Year New Home Warranty. It presents concerns you may want to bring to the builder’s attention and allows time for any necessary repairs to be made.