Prevent Any Last-Minute Surprises When Buying and Selling a Home
In real estate transactions, home buyers like to be sure they have an accurate picture of what they are getting before taking possession of a home. This is certainly understandable since this is the largest purchase most people will ever make in their life. Sellers may also want to find out about any hidden problems with their home. This could prevent any last-minute surprises uncovered by a buyer’s home inspector that might complicate or lose the sale.
Put simply, a home inspection is when a highly trained and qualified inspector performs a visual examination of the structure and major systems of a home. The inspector will check things such as the structure, roof, plumbing system and fixtures, the HVAC system, electric, boiler, site, exterior and interior. This is not an exhaustive list, but it gives a good idea of the types of things they examine. After completing the inspection, the inspector writes a report on the condition of all the systems and structural elements they’ve checked and submits it to whoever requested the inspection.
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Inspection Professionals is a home inspection company that serves Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware. They have over 25 years of experience in this field and have completed over 10,000 inspections. Our inspectors are licensed to do business in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and are members of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Our inspections meet or exceed national and state standards in this industry.
When you hire a home inspector, you need to have confidence in their ability to accurately assess the condition of a home you are buying. Prospective homebuyers in the Delaware Valley area can be sure that an inspector from Inspection Professionals has the training and certifications to check all those systems and structures that need to be checked. They realize that the parties to a real estate transaction are depending on them to help them make an informed decision. Their inspector will then write a thorough yet easily understandable report that details any deficiencies in the home with a clear indication of how serious each one is.
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In the course of a regular home inspection, our inspector may discover issues that require an additional specialized inspection. If signs of wood damage are spotted, they might recommend a wood-destroying insect inspection or a well flow inspection if the home sources its water from a well.
If you’re the homeowner, you need to make sure the inspector has access to the attic to inspect it and the roof. Also, make sure the circuit breaker box is not blocked by anything. They’ll need easy access to your HVAC system as well. If you’re the buyer, you should arrange to accompany the inspector since it’ll be a good chance to see, firsthand, where various components are in the house.
After completing your inspection, we give you a detailed report that lets you know if there are any deficiencies and how bad they are. What you do with this information is up to you. Depending on whether any issues were uncovered, and their severity, a home inspection report can be a valuable tool to help you make a more informed decision.
A home inspection will take approximately two to three hours. The licensed, certified inspectors at Inspector Professionals perform a detailed/thorough inspection and just as important, they will educate you about all the systems. If there’s an issue with any of the systems in the house, it will be uncovered by one of our professional inspectors.
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Our certified home inspectors are ready and waiting to put your mind at ease about that home you’re planning to buy or to let you know of anything you should be concerned about it. If you’re in the Delaware Valley area, you can have confidence in our team to schedule an inspection at your convenience and get it completed professionally. We’ll then give you our thorough, clear, concise report detailing everything you need to know to strengthen your bargaining position and enable you to make an informed decision.