Avoid Unpleasant Surprises with Quality Home Inspections
Whether for an older home or a brand new one, a quality home inspection provides you with an objective, top-to-bottom examination of a home and everything that comes with it. The standard inspection report includes a review of the home’s heating and air-conditioning systems; plumbing and wiring; roof, attic, walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, foundation and basement.
Getting a professional inspection is crucial for older homes because age often takes its toll on the roof and other hard-to-reach areas. But a home inspection is also a wise investment when buying a new home. In fact, new homes frequently have defects, whether caused by an oversight during construction or simply due to human error. After being involved in the sales of hundreds of homes, Patricia Straus knows what to look for, and how to use inspection as an opportunity to uncover defects that can affect value and future appreciation.
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