What is & Why get a Home Inspection
What is a Home Inspection?
A home inspection is a process in which an inspector visually and thoroughly examines the readily accessible systems and components of a home and describes those systems and components and conditions of the systems and components through a written inspection report. You may want take your inspection a bit further and asses for moisture and mold beyond the obvious, visual signs by thermal imaging and radon testing which are just important as inspecting systems or components with the option of radon testing.
Why get a Home Inspection?
If you are buying a home it is important to know what you are getting into before you invest in your new home. You don't want to invest in a lemon or a home with hidden, unknown or potential problems. It is best to know what is going on upfront to know the order of importance of any repairs or upgrades. Our detailed inspection report will guide you in the right direction to keep you in the know and not in the dark.
The inspector's job is to visually inspect, not technically evaluate to the point of disassembling the appliance, predict how long something will last, determine why something does not work, or suggest whether you should buy the home or not. The inspectors primary focus is to ensure the safety of the occupants of the home and report any concerns, repair recommendations, and reveal the conditions of components and systems at the time it was inspected which lead back to ensuring safety.