A home inspection is a visual examination of the home’s major systems and focuses on the home’s condition rather than code or design issues. Home Inspections are conducted by a Certified Professional Inspector (CPI) and are connected to a real estate transaction.
If you are using a loan to purchase a home, your lender may require you to get an inspection to verify that the home is in good condition and doesn’t have any hidden issues such as a leaky roof or faulty electrical unit.
When you agree to purchase a home, you may be legally obligated to finalize a deal. Home inspections allow you to back out of a contract. Also, a copy of the inspection report can be used to help you ask the seller to fix any problems, negotiate the asking price, or ask the seller to contribute more to the closing cost.
Pre-Listing Home Inspections
Why wait until the buyer’s inspection uncovers issues? Be proactive by having your home inspected even before you put it on the market. This will help you avoid unpleasant surprises, as well as make smarter pricing and negotiation decisions.
We offer Completed Construction inspections for your new home, which often yield items that need to be addressed that the average person may not see. You purchased a new home for peace of mind for years to come; ensure that that is what you receive with our inspection services.
Our typical home inspection service takes about 3 hours to complete. Suppose time matters, and you are looking for quick input on any potentially significant issues when purchasing a home. In that case, these simpler, hour-long evaluations should provide some initial peace of mind so you can bid with confidence.
What We Inspect
Our Home Inspection Services
During the inspection, our inspectors may locate any hidden defects that may not be initially apparent to the untrained eye when walking the home. Helping a home buyer save thousands of dollars.
Our inspectors take the time to educate the home buyer about any problems they may find during the inspection and answer any home buyer’s questions.
When you work with 4U Inspection Services, you can expect to speak with a live in-house representative who can help you schedule a date and time for a home inspection that is convenient for you. Our team members take great pride in providing superior customer service. Excellent customer service means that we will take the time to educate our customers, answer their questions, and help to give them peace of mind.
Common Home Inspection Questions
How Long Does A Home Inspection Take?
When can we expect to receive a copy of the home inspection report?
Yes! The homebuyer and real estate agent can expect to receive a copy of the home inspection report by email within 24 hours after the home inspection has been completed.
Do I need to attend the home inspection?
You are not required to attend the home inspection. However, by attending the home inspection, you can thoroughly examine your new home and ask questions. This process can be much more informative than the report alone.
How much does a home inspection cost?
The cost of a home inspection is dependent on the size of the home. Contact us for more information.
“”Great service!! Very thorough inspection and Roger explained his findings in an understandable way. We were very happy with our inspection and follow up report”
“Your services are exemplary, as usual. Prior to having my own brokerage I used you with my previous office. Your inspectors are stellar and I will continue to use you for future inspections”
“Prompt service, great response time. Inspection was communicated professionally to the purchaser. Scheduling was handled and confirmed online. would definitely use and schedule again.”
Home Inspections By The Numbers
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