Pre Listing Inspections
Before you list your home, get a detailed report on the condition of the property. Having this report can give you the opportunity to address any concerns that might compromise your sale.
Pre Purchase Inspections
When you are deciding on a new place to call home, it is important to take the time to receive a professional, thorough, and accurate evaluation of the home's condition.
Warranty Expiration Inspections
If your home's warranty is ready to expire, be sure to schedule a warranty expiration inspection so that you can accurately address any concerns with your contractor before the opportunity passes.
A radon test is the only way to know whether your home has high levels of radon, a radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer over time. This gas is colorless and odorless and not worth taking a chance with.
New construction phase inspections typically include three different inspections: 1. Pre Pour Inspection 2. Framing Inspection 3. Final Inspection. This series of inspections can identify problems and typically allows the opportunity to correct them before they become costly mistakes.
Just like a home, any investment in a commercial property warrants an inspection so that you have an evaluation of the property's condition before your investment is finalized.