You get the good and the bad of a home when you purchase one. The “bad” can lead to costly repairs and leave you wondering if you made a poor investment. Fortunately, a home inspection serves as a safety net, and provides you with all the information you need to make an informed buying decision and put you in a stronger negotiating position.
If you have ever bought a home before, you know it is a stressful process chock full of peaks and valleys. The biggest mistake buyers make is becoming emotionally attached to a particular home before buying it. This clouds their judgement, which is why it’s prudent to have a home inspector provide an unbiased assessment.
By having an accurate picture of the house, you can avoid surprises later and rest easy in your decision.
Certainly, a home inspection can end up saving you thousands of dollars. But more importantly, it can also uncover major safety issues that stem from poor handyman work, outdated systems, fire hazards and structural problems. A home inspection helps you protect your family and will surely uncover hazardous conditions and materials.
Tagging along with your home inspector is a prudent decision for buyers to make, especially if it’s your first time purchasing a new home. Our home inspectors will ensure you are familiar with everything you need to know about a home, including vital components like where the gas and water shut off valves are located. What’s more, you’re always welcome to ask questions along the way, and we will provide you with maintenance tips to keep your home in pristine condition.