Comprehensive Home Inspections for resale homes
A comprehensive home inspection is needed for the following reasons:
- Quality of used homes is always suspect, no matter who the owner was
- Quality of a home deteriorates over time – preventive maintenance always helps
- It is always easier and cheaper to fix issues with a home, if any, before it is unoccupied.
- To keep track of the quality of the house.
More reasons can be found in our blog post here.
What gets checked?
In a comprehensive home inspection, we perform 100+ checks spanning across 9 categories ranging from Civil/Exterior to Safety. The adjoining graphic shows the different categories we cover during a comprehensive home inspection.
What report do I get?
A comprehensive report is provided shortly after the inspection is performed. You can download a sample report below.
What are home inspections?
Home Inspection is a comprehensive examination of the condition of a property using tools, technology & well laid out process, often in connection with the buying/selling/renting of that property. Typically, home inspections are conducted by a certified and well-trained inspector in a non-invasive method.
Learn more here.