A home inspection:
■ Identifies health and safety concerns that could be found in your home
■ Identifies major deficiencies in the home that could be costly to repair
■ Is a maintenance education for you as a homeowner, so you can maintain your investment
As you prepare to sell your home, eliminate questions in the buyer’s mind by creating a safe home and ridding it of any small or major repairs.
Selling your home can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be if you prepare by having a pre-listing inspection done! Let us be the home inspection professionals who can give you an objective insight into the place you have called home.
A few things we look for…
■ Electrical Systems and Hazards
■ Fire Safety Features
■ Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarms
■ Gas Leaks
■ Structural Integrity
■ Moisture that can lead to mold
Home health and safety are on the top of our list when we inspect your home. You should feel comfortable and at peace knowing you’ve put the right precautions in place to help future buyers avoid life’s mishaps. Don’t let your house be the cause of a scared buyer.
The process of selling the place you have called home can be a bit emotional, especially when it comes time to identify and fix potential turn-offs for buyers. While you may be accustomed to the little tweaks or idiosyncrasies in your home, future home buyers are not. We will inspect for major deficiencies and provide a written report noting any items of concern. Follow the recommendations given on the areas listed below for a more positive, worry-free selling process!
Don’t let routine maintenance go undone, resulting in large or costly repairs. Our inspectors can provide advice on many maintenance items in the following areas of your home, to help you protect your investment and make a quicker sale.