Here at Premier Home Inspections, we know that buying a home can be one of the most exciting yet anxious times in a person's life. To help lessen the stress of home buying, we strive to educate our clients on the property they will soon call home.
Our InterNachi certified home inspectors understand purchasing a house is a huge investment. Following a thorough inspection, we will meet with our clients to explain our recommendations. Before our inspectors leave the property, all questions will be answered. Premier Home Inspectors will be there to help our clients throughout the process of buying or selling a home.
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A: The standard home inspection report will cover the Conditioning System, Interior plumbing system, electrical system, the roof, attic and visible insulation; walls, ceilings, floors, windows, and doors; foundation, basement, and Structural components. However, there may be some exceptions. Certain Areas may be inaccessible or cause unsafe conditions for our inspectors. They will explain any exclusion in further detail at the inspection or in their report.
A: Buying a home is often the largest Investment the home buyer will ever make. home inspection can minimize
unpleasant surprises and unexpected difficulties. We help to identify the need for major repairs, builder oversights, as well as make suggestions to maintain your property for years to come.
A: No, It is not Required for the home buyer to be present at the Inspection but it is highly recommended. We feel it is important for the homebuyer to be there to ask questions throughout the process. If this not possible, we understand will make sure clients receive a detailed report of our findings and recommendations within 24 hours of the inspection.
A: No, a professional home inspection is an examination and objective assessment of the current
conditions of a house. A home Inspector will give the client an unbiased documentation of the house condition. A home Inspection is also “NOT” on Appraisal and will not determine the home’s market
value! Also, we do not verify Local Code Compliance.
A: It Is important to note that no house is perfect. Every home inspection will identify issues with the property and the Inspector will communicate the severity of the issues found! The Home Inspector's goal is to leave their clients with a deeper understanding of their prospective home, so the client can make a second decision as they continue their home buying process. The client should be fully aware of any issue, risks, or health concerns that may impact the client’s decision. The Inspector's role is “NOT” to tell the clients if they should buy the house or Notes. If major problems are found, homebuyers may wish to negotiate with the seller to make repairs