Q1 – How do I choose a Home Inspector?
Your agent usually gives you a couple of Home Inspection companies they have used and have been happy with in the past. But it’s good to do your own research. As a Home Inspector, I attend a minimum of 30 hours of continuing education throughout the year. I constantly broaden my knowledge with new materials, procedures and developments that occur in our housing environment annually.
Q2 – Should I have an inspection done before I sell my home?
In my opinion, yes! Why? Because the person buying your home will (should) and having a pre-listing inspection finds any issues that you may be
able to address before the buyer’s inspection. This can help speed up the process and have you out of your old home faster. Click Here to view a sample inspection report to get an idea of how thorough our process is.
Q3 – Do I need to be there for the Home Inspection?
No. You are not required to be there, but it may give you a better understanding of any issues I find, especially if you are a first time home buyer. If you are unable to be present, I am easily accessible for any questions that arise after you have read the report.
Q4 – Can I bring my Dad, Mom, Friend, Partner along to the Inspection?
Yes, As long as it’s cleared with the Home Owner and/or your Agent. The more the merrier! Also, they might have a question you might not have thought of, especially if they have come across issues in their own home buying experiences. Call or Email for a quote.
Q5 – How much will my Home Inspection cost?
Price depends on the type of property: House, Condo, Town-home, Their Size, Age, Distance. Call or Email for a quote today.
Q6 – How can I pay?
Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express. Credit Cards will be processed onsite.