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Pre-Purchase Home Inspection
Purchasing your dream home is exciting, but it can also be stressful and confusing. It's probably the biggest investment you'll ever make, and it's a decision that will affect you for years to come. A professional inspection will significantly reduce your risk and help make the entire home buying process easier, less confusing and less stressful.
Our Pre-Purchase Home Inspection includes a thorough inspection of the major components of a home and property, including the electrical system, plumbing system, heating and air conditioning systems, roof and foundation, ceiling, walls and floors, doors and windows, attic, basement or crawl space, visible insulation and property.
Pre-Sale Home Inspection
Not sure what the buyer's home inspector will uncover about your home? AllCheck Inspections can put your worries to rest! Our Pre-Sale Home Inspection includes a comprehensive report of all of the structural, electrical and mechanical components of your home and property - so that you'll know exactly what needs to be addressed before a buyer even steps foot in your home!
New Construction Progress Inspection
You're probably thinking that a New Construction Progress Inspection is unnecessary. After all, isn't the municipal inspector looking out for the homeowner's best interests? That's what some builders want you to believe! There are many things that can go wrong when building a new home, and many reasons why they do. That is precisely why it's imperative to have someone on your side during all of the key stages of a home's construction process. We're there when the city or county inspector is not! We'll act as your liaison with the contractor, and we'll make certain things are done to your exact specifications. Remember, we're working for you - not the city, not the county, and not the general contractor! Our qualified inspector will visit the job site at conclusion of each of the following key stages of the process and report our findings to you, our client:
One-Year Warranty Inspection
Is your new home warranty about to expire? Ask us about our One-Year Warranty Inspection. Best done no later than the 11th month after your purchase closing date, we'll take a look through your home and prepare a list of any outstanding deficiencies that need to be repaired before your construction warranty expires.
Partial or full inspection, we'll inspect your investment property, commercial or industrial building. Contact us and we'll tailor our inspection to fit your needs: pre-purchase, pre-sale, pre-lease or construction inspection.
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