Services d'inspection résidentiels
Home inspection services

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Pre-purchase inspection

What is an inspection?
Pre-purchase inspection
The listing inspection
New home inspection
Most common defects
Inspection vs. appraisal
Inspector vs. engineer
Homebuyer checklist
Environmental issues
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The Painted House


When buying a home, you should always have a professional home
inspection performed.
.. You need to know exactly what you are getting. The
professional home inspection will reveal potential problems and major issues with the
home so that they may be addressed
before you close the deal. -

When we inspect the home we will look at the systems that make up the
building such as:

* Structural Elements, Foundation, Framing Etc...
* Plumbing Systems - Water Volume & Pressure
* Roofing
* Electrical System & Wiring
* Cosmetic Condition, Paint, Siding Etc...
* Lot Grading & Drainage
* Siding & Exterior
* Interior, Walls, Floors, Ceilings, Windows
* Attic - Framing, Sheathing, Insulation/Ventilation
* Kitchen & Appliances
* Heating And Related Systems

The inspection report will tell you what needs to be repaired and what routine
maintenance tasks you should perform to keep the house in top condition. In most
cases keeping a home maintained lessens the opportunity for major problems to

You should require an inspection at the time you make a formal offer. Make sure the
contract has an inspection contingency. Then, arrange for an inspector of your
choosing to come inspect the house. If you aren’t comfortable with what we find, you
are in a better position to address the report findings.

The professional home inspection will help reduce the risk of costly surprises with
what is likely to be the largest purchase you will ever make. It helps you to make a
more informed, more comfortable decision.