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Let our inspector cast a discerning eye on over 400 different aspects of your home. We tell people every day steps to take to help sustain the beauty, maintain the comfort, and retain the resale value of their new home.

 

First time home buyer or old salt we can give the needed insight you need to make an intelligent home buying decision.

 

Accompany a qualified home inspector through your home for a fair, objective review of the installed systems and components.

 

Gain valuable knowledge about repairing the problems found.

 

Understand the potential scope of the needed repairs and how they will affect your safety and budget.

 

Understand current and some future maintenance needs of the property and how to complete them without paying a fortune.

 

Receive an understanding of where the home's components are  in their serviceability and lifecycles.

 

Receive a detailed computer generated report, a report binder, a home repair manual,  and digital photos of noteworthy problems.

 

Go to the closing table with the assurance you have made the right decision.

 

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 Did you know?

GFI outlets (the ones in kitchens, baths, garages, and the exterior) need to be "tripped" or tested every month. This will keep the mechanical components inside the outlet free to operate went they are needed. If you don't understand what type of outlet this is, think of the outlets you have seen that have red and black buttons on them. Since these outlets are intended to be in high moisture areas they are subject to freeze up and not operate properly. This could have a catastrophic impact on the safety of the occupants of the home.

 

Duct tape is good for pretty much everything except for ductwork sealing. Using specially designed peal and stick aluminum tape to seal ducts and the HVAC system can save typically 15-25% of your room air from escaping every time it passes through the HVAC system for conditioning.  

 

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