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Why Get A Home Inspected?

Why Get A Home Inspection?

Know What You Are Buying

Certainly, a home is usually the largest purchase you will ever make. It is in your best interest to make sure you know the true condition of the home before you purchase it. When you buy a new car, you always get to take a test drive in it. However, that is not the case with a home purchase. All you get to do is look at it and ‘kick the tires’. When buying a used car, the smart buyer will take it to be checked out by a qualified mechanic. Therefore, consider Your Home  Inspector Larry Wedige as your qualified mechanic for checking out your future home’s condition.

Are you buying a new house? Have Your Home Inspector in San Antonio perform a home inspection for you. Protect your investment by learning the true condition of the property before you commit.

If you are selling your home, be prepared when your buyer is negotiating with you by having a pre-sale inspection done before your home is listed.

Building your dream home? Have us inspect the bones of the structure before the sheetrock covers everything. This is the last chance to see what is inside of the walls. A new construction inspection can uncover problems before they are covered.

Thorough Inspection

Your Home Inspector in San Antonio checks out the condition of the accessible structural components, exterior, roofing, plumbing, electrical, heating, insulation and ventilation, air conditioning, and interiors. During the inspection, he gives you an impartial opinion of the overall condition of the home, and items that are needing to be repaired or replaced. If Larry suspects a problem, he reports it to you and recommends further evaluation by a licensed technician or engineer if needed.

Timely Report

Upon completion of the inspection, your inspector will prepare a report of the deficiencies discovered. The link to the completed inspection report will be emailed to you either late the same day or early the following morning. Inspection reports average 35 to 40 pages and include color photos.

It’s not just an inspection… it’s an education