Have a specific system within the home inspected by selecting it à la carte, i.e. roof, structure, deck, heating / cooling system, etc.
The builder is required to provide a safe and significantly defect free home to the consumer. If this is not the case, the consumer has the opportunity to let the builder know where they fell short. No house is perfect and this is where Structurally Sound Inc. can help....
The same as a standard home inspection, however the outcome is provided verbally instead of in a written report.
Your home is one of the largest purchases you will make in life. Gain confidence in your home purchase decision with a home inspection before you make an offer or finalize the sale. As one (if not the), biggest purchases you will ever make, peace of mind is a requirement, not an option. Hiring a qualified Structurally Sound Inc. home inspector will help you make the right decision for you.
The same as a traditional home inspection, but tailored to the unique requirements of a low or high-rise condominium unit.
What to expect at your home inspection
On the day of your home inspection, you can expect:
A professional, experienced and courteous home inspector to perform a visual examination of the home’s accessible and installed systems, at this point in time.
The home inspector will provide their professional opinion on the home’s condition, and highlight the home’s components that are deemed significantly deficient, unsafe or near the end of their life.
To receive an electronic copy of the home inspector’s written and well-documented report. This report will include photographs, illustrations and be presented in an easy-to-read format in order to eliminate any guesswork and provide you with a great basis for a home buying decision.
A sellers home inspection is the same as the home inspection a home buyer would obtain, but it is a more pro-active approach that could result in optimizing your price, and encourage a faster and smoother closing. Pre-listing inspections allow you to fix issues before the sale and disclose known problems to the potential buyer to avoid lengthy and costly negotiations.
Much like a medical check up for your body, a maintenance home inspection discovers issues as they develop.This allows property owners to be prepared for future expenses.