Pre-Purchase Inspection

A Pre-Purchase Inspection is performed for a prospective buyer to provide enough technical input to help finalize an offer. The entire house is inspected to identify deficiencies in the following areas:

  • Foundation
  • Electrical
  • Structure
  • Plumbing
  • Exterior Finish
  • Roofing
  • Interior Finish
  • Insulation
  • Ventilation Heating/Cooling

The inspector can then communicate to the buyer what risks and costs are foreseeable upon taking possession. This information will allow the buyer to continue with confidence if everything is as they thought it was, renegotiate if there are some surprises they are unwilling to accept, or walk away from the deal if the house does not meet their expectations.

Upon completion of a typical pre-purchase home inspection you will be provided with a detailed report.