Pre-Listing Home Inspections
Selling a home can be stressful enough without the fear of the buyer backing out at the last minute due to the discovery of a problem with the home. Having the home inspected before listing it gives you time to fix any issues, keeping surprises out of the process.
New Construction Inspection
A new construction inspection provides you with reliable information about your home's construction, giving you peace of mind about the quality of the building. Having an inspection during the building process lets you know about any faults in the construction and have the builder correct them.
End of Warranty Inspections
If you buy a new house, you have a one year warranty from the builder. The builder will fix any problems that occur with the home during that year. Because of this, it's smart to have your home inspected after 11 months to make sure that any claims you may have are within that warranty.
Pre-Purchase Home Inspections
Before buying a home it is important to have it inspected by a professional who can let you know about any areas that your prospective property is in need of maintenance or other work.
Radon gas is a colorless, odorless carcinogen which the EPA names as the second leading cause of lung cancer. It is extremely dangerous and may be a problem in your home. Testing is easy and crucial for keeping you and your family safe.
Periodic Maintenance Inspections
Over time, any home will deteriorate and be in need of repairs. A periodic maintenance inspection will let you know exactly what problems there are and where.
Wood Destroying Insect Inspection
When you’re buying a home in the Triangle, a Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) is a great way to get peace of mind before you sign on the dotted line.