Checklist Inspections has been helping potential homeowners since 1998 to have peace of mind when purchasing their dream homes. We know the importance of being well informed by highly educated, experienced, and caring home inspectors. We work 7 days a week to make sure we are there for you when you need us. We do all that we can to ensure that the inspection process is one of the easiest and most informative steps in the purchasing process for you.
A home inspection is your opportunity to learn as much as you can about your potential home. It minimizes unpleasant surprises by evaluating the condition of the home before you buy it. A home inspection insures that your home and your family is safe, and will give you the ability to make a confident, informed decision.
Yes! Being on site during the home inspection is the perfect opportunity to learn about your potential home. The inspector can explain any issues in person, you can ask questions as they arise, and you can learn your way around the property. If you can’t be present for the whole appointment, we strongly recommend you attend the summary review of the inspection at the property. It’s schedule towards the end of the inspection and generally takes a half hour.
Treat the home inspection as you would a showing, and plan on being out of the house for 2-3 hours. Make sure everything is accessible to the home inspector: the attic, water heater, electric panel, pool, etc. Have a copy of the property disclosure form for the inspector to review, as well as any recent maintenance receipts. Be clean! Show the inspector and potential buyer that you take care to maintain your home. Replace dirty HVAC filters, swap out burnt light bulbs, get rid of the clutter!
No. Our job is to examine the current condition of the home. Don’t be discouraged if something is found; not all issues are deal breakers. It’s important to manage your expectations. Remember that no house is perfect, and all issues can be fixed!
Selecting a home inspector is as important as the inspection itself. This could be your home! Hiring an experienced, knowledgeable inspector is key. At Checklist Inspections, our home inspectors adhere to the ASHI Standards of Practice. We take pride in providing professional, reliable, and qualified services since 1998.
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