- INSPECTION WHEN BUYING A HOUSE
When buying a home it is common that the buyer has a home inspection done by a
licensed and certified inspector. The inspector will identify any concerns regarding the
property, and the buyer will have the opportunity to request that repairs be done on items
that may not be functioning or functioning properly. Even if a property is being purchased
"as is", it is best to have a home inspection to determine any concerns regarding the
house, so that you are aware of items prior to closing. Check with your real estate agent
and/or contract to determine your options regarding items identified during an inspection.
|Depending on your situation there are different types of inspections
- PRELISTING INSPECTION
If you are preparing to sell your house, consider a prelisting inspection. With a prelisting
inspection you can avoid surprises. You are able to address the major concerns
regarding the house prior to any contract and the closing will go smoothly. If the buyer
wishes to have an inspection, Professional Inspection Services will gladly come back
and do a Follow Up Inspection or a new inspection on the property for a discounted fee.
- FOLLOW UP INSPECTION
After repairs are done on the property Professional Inspection Services can return to the
property and examine the repairs requested by the buyer and provide a report concerning
the adequacy and status of the repairs.
|Sample Inspection Pictures
- INDIVIDUAL ITEM INSPECTION
Some times people are having particular problem that they are having difficulty identifying
the cause. This can be anything from water in the basement to a creaking floor.
Professional Inspection Services, LLC will examine the issue and attempt to determine
the cause and what can be done to remediate the issues.
If you are building a house, consider getting a phase inspections. Professional
Inspection Services, LLC will inspect the house at various phases of construction. Four
inspections will be done to examine the adequacy of the construction in relation to the
building code. The four opportunities for an inspection are: prior to the pouring of the
slab, after the framing is complete, pre-drywall (when electrical, plumbing and HVAC
rough is complete), and a final inspection when everything is finished.
- PHASE OR CONSTRUCTION INSPECTIONS