New Construction Inspection
New homes should be inspected as well. You don’t want to move into your new home with serious defects or other problems, like mold or even structural problems. These items can normally be found during a new home inspection. Get a New Construction Inspection today. You should definitely have the new home inspected by your professional inspector once it’s complete. Having your new home inspected before purchasing protects you and your investment. Give us a call today for a New Construction Inspection.
Builder’s 1-Year New Construction Warranty Inspection
Have you recently had a new home built? If so, take advantage of our new construction warranty inspection service that we offer to new construction homeowners. Most builders offer a new construction one-year warranty which covers many aspects of repair and replacement throughout the house. Now more than ever, homeowners of new construction properties are taking advantage of having a professional home inspection to assist in discovering unforeseen problems affecting their home. We understand it is typical for various items within your home to change over a year’s time. Whether it is a structural, mechanical or cosmetic issue, it is common for them to develop in a recently built home. We will work with you to determine whether any of these warranted issues have developed. In turn, a comprehensive, easy-to-read report detailing our findings is prepared for you to provide to your builder the day of your final walk through inspection. It is then typically the builder’s responsibility to ensure that the items needing remedy will be dealt with appropriately.
Another reason to have a new construction warranty inspection is to receive helpful home maintenance and cost-saving tips regarding various systems throughout the home. Learning how to apply these techniques is important and can help minimize future problems or costly repairs. When you consider the investment you have made in your new home, a professional home inspection is a relatively inexpensive safeguard. We believe your investment in a new construction one-year home warranty inspection will prove to be of significant value. Call today for more information or to set up a new construction warranty inspection.
Pre-Listing & Seller’s Home Inspection
Homeowners frequently ask: “What can I do to make my home more marketable, to get a better price, or to avoid items of deficiency coming up during a buyers pre-
purchase home inspection”? The answer is a Seller’s Inspection or Pre-Sale Inspection. Many homeowners have found that having One Source Home Inspection perform a Seller’s Inspection of their home, prior to putting it on the market, can help them to achieve a higher sales price and/or a faster sale.
First, we complete a comprehensive inspection of the building and grounds the same way as for a Pre-Purchase Home Inspection that includes: Roofing, Attic, Fascia, Soffits, Siding, Structure, Interior finishes, Electrical System, Plumbing System, Heating and Cooling Systems, Basement, Drainage, Grading, Sidewalks, Patios, Driveway, Appliances, and much more.
Next, we include our recommendations regarding which items we suggest that you correct and what other things you can do based on our experience to make the house more marketable to hopefully achieve a higher sales price.
We remain available for consultation until the house is sold!
Each year we find more homeowners reaping the benefits of a Seller’s Inspection, so call One Source Home Inspection prior to putting your homes on the market.
Call us to discuss your questions or concerns and to schedule a Seller’s Inspection.
Home Buyer’s Inspection
This inspection is done for a home buyer who is looking to purchase a home. It is usually done during the inspection contingency and the inspector is looking for safety, function and structure of the home. A Buyer’s Inspection is your best choice and could save you thousands of dollars after you move in. A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. A report is given to the buyer and their agent of the findings of the home.