What is a
HOME OR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INSPECTION?


 

A home or commercial property inspection. is a thorough visual examination of the structure and systems of a property for the purposes of providing an objective, independent, professional opinion about the condition of the property.

If you are thinking of buying a home or condominium you should have it thoroughly inspected by an experienced and impartial professional inspector.

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Through Accurate and Honest Property Inspections

WHY DO I Need a
HOME OR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INSPECTION?


 

The purchase of a home, condo, or commercial property is one of the largest single investments you will ever make. You should know what to expect in terms of needed repairs and maintenance. A fresh coat of paint could be hiding serious problems.
Stains on the ceiling may be signs of a chronic roof leak or may be caused by a single incident that has been previously repaired.

The inspector reviews these and other clues, then presents a professional opinion of the properties current condition to help you avoid unpleasant surprises afterward. An inspection can also point out the positive aspects of a building as well as the type of maintenance needed to keep it in proper shape. After the inspection you will have a much clearer understanding of the property, and be able to make a more confident purchasing decision.

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Avoid Unpleasant Surprises After Purchase

WHAT IF THE
PROPERTY INSPECTION REVEALS PROBLEMS?


 

Without a thorough inspection by an experienced and certified inspector prior to close of escrow you may never know what defects or safety concerns exist on the property until it’s too late. After close of escrow, any problems that exist with a property become your responsibility so knowing what condition your potential home or commercial property is in ahead of time is extremely valuable knowledge!

If the inspector finds defects or safety concerns during the inspection, it doesn’t necessarily mean you shouldn’t buy the property, only that you will know in advance what type of repairs are
need. As a potential buyer, you may request the owner make some of these repairs or request a credit so that you can hire your own contractors to make the repairs after the close of escrow.

Since 2006, we have saved our clients millions of dollars in repairs as well as making them aware of potential safety concerns that could have caused severe injury or worse to them and their families.

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Know in Advance

Since 2006
We Have Completed Over 4000 Home & Commercial Property Inspections!



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