Whenever we perform a home inspection, our top priority is to provide a thorough description of the property to our client. When you call us to take a look at a building, we want to know what your priorities are. We also welcome you to get up close and personal during the process and really get your hands dirty. We’ll walk you through each part of the house, explain how each system works and point out any areas where you’ll need to arrange repairs or perform additional regular maintenance. At Reliable Home Inspections, no matter if you’re a buyer or a seller, we strive to be “careful, thorough and complete” with your examination.
A home inspection or residential inspection is an essential part of the buying process, as you want to know every potential issue with a property before you make one of the biggest purchases of your life. You might think you’re buying a dream house, but we take a close look to make sure you aren’t about to leap headfirst into a money pit. Over the course of our residential inspection process, we’ll examine the entire building from roof to foundation and provide a thorough report detailing any red flags you should know about before executing the purchase.
You might think of a residential inspection or home inspection as something you get while you’re buying a property, but you can actually benefit greatly from arranging this service as a seller before you put the house on the market. A seller can choose to have a pre listing inspection before they put their house on the market.
The buying process can be a stressful ordeal, especially for a first-time buyer, and you can make your property much more attractive by entering the market with a pre listing inspection report from a qualified inspector. A pre listing inspection also helps to speed up the closing and even gives you control over the cost of necessary repairs.