All homes are inspected by a licensed and professionally trained expert. During a home inspection, our qualified inspector takes an in-depth and impartial look at the property. Below are just a few of the 400+ items that get evaluated with every HOMECHEX Inspection.
Buying a house is likely one of the largest purchases you will ever make, overlooking a serious issue could result in a costly problem down the road. The best way to ensure that you are well informed about the strengths and weaknesses of a home property is to have a Residential Home Inspection performed. Ultimately a Residential Home Inspection reduces the risk of unexpected and costly surprises. Ensuring that your home is the right choice is a huge part of what we at HOMECHEX Home Inspections do.
Imagine for a moment that the home you just bought has a leaky basement and during the first rainstorm a collection of family heirlooms or photos is ruined. Or imagine that faulty wiring causes a fire while you are away, but your beloved pet isn’t. Our inspectors help spot problems before they occur.
A home inspection isn’t just about protecting your investment, but also about protecting you and your family. The home inspectors at HOMECHEX understand this and take their profession very seriously. They know they are an integral part in your decision to make the biggest investment of your life. A Residential Home Inspection should be a part of every real estate transaction. It is the best way to ensure that everyone is protected.
Residential Home Inspections aren’t just for home buyers. Home sellers also gain peace of mind by investing in a thorough certified home inspection prior to putting a house up for sale. The last minute discovery of problems by a prospective buyer can lead to time delays, added expenses and can even derail a deal altogether. Your best solution as a home seller is to have a thorough Residential Home Inspection done prior to putting the house on the market. A Residential Home Inspection performed at this early stage is called a "Pre- Listing" Inspection. It alerts you to any defects or problems with your home so that you can address them before prospective buyers discover them. The inspections allows you to take care of issues with the building before they become a problem in negotiating a deal.
The more you know about your home, the more prepared you will be for negotiation during the home selling process. Knowledge is power. All homes have strengths and weaknesses. The "Pre- Listing " Home inspection helps you answer if your home has concerns and which must be immediately addressed and which can wait. Take the necessary time needed to obtain reasonable repair estimates. Avoid 11th-hour negotiation delays.
Before taking ownership of your newly constructed home you will walk through the house with your builder. But a Residential Home Inspection conducted by an qualified and independent home inspector often uncovers deficiencies overlooked by the builder's inspector - sometimes even municipal inspectors. If caught early, the builder can correct these deficiencies before you move in, so your home is the way it's supposed be the moment you move in. As a homeowner, a Pre-Delivery Inspection:
Make sure you have HOMECHEX home inspector looks at your home before your new home warranty expires. Your HOMECHEX inspector will perform a Residential Home Inspection examining your home’s structure, mechanical and electrical systems to identify defects and other problems before they become your problem.
With new home construction, most builders provide a one-year warranty. Generally during this period of time the buyer develops a “punch list” of corrections for the contractor to repair under the warranty coverage. Unfortunately, some defects will not be obvious to the untrained eye.
It is wise for new home owners to obtain a home inspector during the first year of ownership. Issues on the home inspection report will most likely be repaired by your builder at no cost to you.
Most new homes come with a standard one year warranty against building materials and workmanship. Unfortunately, problems often occur after the warranty has expired. Such problems can be a real nightmare. A New Home / One Year Warranty Inspection identifies any deficiencies that can be corrected under the New Home Warranty Program. It highlights health and safety issues and offers recommendations for approaching repairs. The inspection must take place anywhere between thirty days and a year after taking possession of your home.
Protect yourself and your investment! Have our experienced Home Inspectors help give that piece of mind that goes along with a new home purchase.You will be reassured knowing that potential problems were addressed before they grew into something that could cost you a great deal of money down the road.