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A home inspection is a critical step in the home buying process. The inspection covers hundreds of components in more than a dozen areas. You’ll receive an inspection report within 24 hours with pictures of the structural components, interior, exterior, electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, appliances, attics, basements and grounds.
You’ll learn a lot about your new home, allowing you to sign with peace of mind at closing. Your inspector is a great resource and will also use this opportunity to show you the location of items such as the main water shut off, electrical panel, etc. We would be honored to inspect the house you will make a home. Give us a call today!
Whether you’re buying or leasing a commercial property in Delaware, Pennsylvania or Maryland, it is important to have an inspection done by Pro-spect to help reduce your investment risk. . The inspection covers hundreds of components in more than a dozen areas. You’ll receive an inspection report with pictures of the structural components, interior, exterior, electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, appliances, attics, basements and grounds. We can evaluate a variety of commercial spaces including but not limited to:
Builder warranty inspections also commonly referred to as the 11-month punch list inspection will provide you with written documentation of concerns to submit to your builder prior to the builder warranty ending.
A pre-listing inspection is conducted prior to listing or selling a home and is used to give both the buyer and seller up-front knowledge of potential repair costs. A homeowner may chose to make repairs ahead of time and qualify as Move in Certified. Potential buyers can review the report so they can decide early on if they want to pursue a property in the given condition at the given price. It also assists sellers in preparing proper disclosure documents so there are no legal issues later on. It is agreed among Realtors that one of the best things sellers can do to instill a sense of confidence to potential buyers is to have a professional inspector conduct a pre-listing inspection and then have it available for the buyers to review.
Having a new home built? Pro-spect offers pre-drywall inspections. During a pre-drywall Inspection, your inspector can see the framing, mechanical systems and rough ins that will not be visible once the house is complete. This is a valuable inspection to have. Once complete, you’ll want to follow up with a full home inspection.
Pre-lease or exit inspections can be a valuable tool for the landlord or tenant. It offers a tangible third-party unbiased review of the property and is intended to prevent problems from arising between the tenant and the landlord as to the condition of the property. The inspector will review each room for the condition of floors, walls, ceilings, fixtures, windows, window coverings, doors, and appliances. Our inspection will provide documented evidence for landlords to file damage claims and for tenants to request refund of security deposits.
If you love the natural, textured look of stucco and veneer stone, then it’s important to take steps to ensure that this finish stays in great shape. When these problems occur, the issue may not be apparent to the homeowner until months or even years after the problem began. The result is the need for massive potentially extensive repairs. It’s generally a low-maintenance material, which is good news for budget-conscious homeowners. However, periodic inspections may be needed to ensure that the finish is still performing up to expectations.
Today’s real estate market is more volatile than ever before. Fewer homes are on the market, and those that are up for sale usually are the subject of intense bidding wars. With competition being fierce, some potential buyers are agreeing to shortcuts, perhaps forgoing things like full-blown home inspections or an appraisal. This type of service is less invasive and comprehensive than a full home inspection. Nonetheless, it is sufficient to let prospective buyers know if obvious problems are present.