New Construction Inspections
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01. Pre Listing Home Inspections
A pre-listing inspection (home inspection for sellers) is an inspection done before actually listing the home for sale and is usually paid for by the seller or listing agent. This inspection provides a written report as to the pre-sale condition of the property. It can identify any problems that might compromise a sale and can be addressed beforehand.
02. Relocation Home Inspections
A relocation home inspection (also known as Relocation Property Assessment) is carried out so as to provide an opinion of the relocating person’s home and the surrounding area in its exact condition at the time of assessment. When you are about to hire a professional to carry out the inspection just before you put your home on the market, you will have to go for someone who has the right qualifications, which is us!
03. Radon Air Testing
Radon gas is harmful to human beings. It is a silent killer. Radon is an odorless, colorless gas responsible for too many deaths per year that can be prevented easily. The only way to know the presence of radon gas in your home is to have a home radon test. It does not matter in which state or in what type of home you are living, radon gas testing is the only way to check the level of risk.
04. Septic System Inspections
There are several reasons why potential home buyers should ask for a septic system inspection before they negotiate the price of the house however the most important is that in most states the law requires that you have one done before the property changes hands. When you consider that having a septic system inspection will only cost you a couple of hundred dollars and it may save you tens of thousands, then it is a pretty smart investment. No one wants to purchase a house and then turn around a week later and have a bill for $10,000 or $20,000 or even more because the septic system has failed.
05. Well Inspections
A well inspection provides additional benefit to owners by focusing heavily on plumbing, for plumbing-related defects tend to cause more serious problems. The inspector looks for leaks, measures water temperature and pressure, and performs other related tests on the different parts of the well.