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Reasons You Should Get a Home Inspection

Reasons You Should Get a Home Inspection

Purchasing a home is one of the most significant decisions an individual can make. A home inspection is the most convenient way to know the universal condition of a house at the time of purchase. It is significant to conduct a home inspection to avoid incurring more costs in making major repairs. Besides, it will ultimately save you a lot of time in the long-run.

A certified and qualified home inspector is a professional who will be responsible for inspecting the home. A good home inspector should help the buyer in understanding the conditions of the house they are preparing to buy.

Home Buyers

Why is home inspection so significant for home buyers? The process will ensure that your dream home is safe to occupy. Our home inspectors can identify safety issues like mold, carbon monoxide, and radon. Ensure that your home purchasing contract states that ‘should such hazards get detected, you have the alternative to cancel the offer of purchasing the home.

Home buyers can save lots of money. Our typical home inspection will cost you from $300-$500 depending on the age and size of the home. Those buyers, who evade incurring these expenses before a purchase or asking the seller to handle the costs, may in future incur more costs on repairs or re-wiring the entire home.

Home Sellers

If you want to speed up the process of selling your home property, consider hiring our home inspector services. Our professional home inspectors will ensure that your home is in good shape and identify defects that may or may not need repair. Home inspectors, like home appraisers, is an important part of the home selling process.

Besides, a pre-listing home inspection can alert potential buyers that you have performed the due diligence on their future home. It certainly gives the buyers the confidence to buy your home, because it is of high quality. In addition to that, you will save money, because no issues will show up that can make the buyers ask for credits or price reduction.

How we do the Inspection Process

During the home inspection process, we check and evaluate the visual condition and functions of all major systems and components of the property including:

Safety- fire sprinklers, garage door openers, the condition of stairs and carbon monoxide alarms.

Roof- We shall check any damage to chimneys, the condition of shingles, any repairs to flat roofs and clearing vents.

Grounds- We shall ensure proper drainage, any leaks from the septic tanks and the condition of sidewalks.

Heating and cooling system – We shall inspect the air conditioner, furnace, chimney, and fireplace.

As we as,

Structure and Foundation
Electrical Systems
Plumbing Systems
Roofs and Attics
Basements and Crawl Spaces
Gutters and Drainage
Walls, Floors and Ceilings
Porches and Decks
Property and Site
Air Conditioning
Plumbing Fixtures
Water Heaters
Lights, Receptacles, Panels
Windows and Doors
Built-in Appliances
Additional Testing

Additional environmental testing is offered to include Mold Sampling/Survey, Water, Radon and Soil Testing

Home inspectors do not cover areas like swimming pools and pest control.

At Home Inspector Minneapolis, we are members of NACHI (National Association of Certified Home Inspectors)

We are required to complete 32hrs of continuing education to keep up with the standards, new technology, and provide a better home inspection experience.

For an unbiased, comprehensive, and educational home inspection experience contact us for a free quote.

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