Home Buyers

Benefits of a Home Inspection
A fresh coat of paint could be hiding serious structural problems. Water marks in the basement may indicate a chronic water seepage or maybe just a single incident. The home inspector interprets all of these clues, then presents his professional opinion as to the condition of the property before you buy.  Saving you from unpleasant surprises afterward.

Of course, a home inspection will also point out the positive aspects of a home, as well as the type of maintenance that will be necessary to keep it in good shape. After the inspection, you will have a much clearer understanding of the home you are about to purchase.  An inspection will also provide you with the confidence and peace of mind that you are made the right decision.

Fewer Surprise Expenses
The purchase of a home is probably the largest single investment you will ever make. While there are risks in buying a home, and a home inspection can reduce these risks considerably. Knowing exactly what to expect both in terms of repair and maintenance and most importantly their costs could save your pocket book. 

Home Examiner Report
Once your future home has been inspected you will receive a report as to the condition of the home inside and out.  This report will be emailed to you or you may request a hard copy. 

Each report will contain a summary explaining the issues and needed repairs with the property.  The report then goes on and outlines each part of the property, explaining the over all condition.  Pictures are also included in the report so that you may go back and look at the inspectors findings yourself.

Home Examiner offers a Seasonal Maintenance Checklist to you at no cost so that you may keep your property in tip top shape, preventing any future problems.

Making this small investment for your new large investment is worth a professional home inspection.


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Steve Duchenene
2004 Home Examiner