Do I need a Home Inspection?
Yes. The purchase of your home is probably one of the largest financial and emotional investments that you will ever make. You should learn as much as you can about the condition of the property and need for any major repairs in order to make your best decision.
Our inspection's focus is to “protect your biggest investment” by educating our clients about the condition of the property and home so that you can make an informed real estate decision with great confidence.
But what if the home comes with a Warranty?
Don’t let a Home Warranty keep you from having a Comprehensive Home Inspection preformed. Money may be tight a closing, but try to imagine moving in and finding out that the Air Conditioning is not capable of cooling the house; the basement floods in the rainy season, or the Electrical system is sub-standard.
Serious hidden defects can turn a new home into a “money pit” and seriously threaten a new home owner’s financial well being. You can avoid falling into the pit by including an “inspection contingency” in your purchase offer. This contingency will allow you to negotiate with the seller, or cancel the closing if our inspector uncovers any unforeseen problems that you may not want to deal with.