| Have Confidence Knowing That Your Investment Is A Solid One!
Real estate is usually the largest investment a person will ever make, yet many do so without knowing the condition of the property they are purchasing.
That’s why a professional property inspection is such a valuable investment! An analysis of the property, conducted by a specially trained and completely objective inspector, can identify non-functioning systems, damaged building components, safety issues and quality installations.
Having this information before purchase, selling, repairing or remodeling can return many dividends, both financially and emotionally.
About Your Inspector
Ultimately a thorough inspection depends heavily on the individual inspector’s effort. Different inspectors have varying qualifications, equipment, experience, and reporting methods.
Ken is a certified member of the ICC as a Residential building inspector.
Ken has been professionally trained by Inspection Training Associates, the leader in home inspection training and attends additional classes each year to stay up-to-date with industry standards.
In addition, Ken is a union trained carpenter and has extensive experience in residential and commercial construction.
Why Do I Need An Inspection?
The purchase of a home or commercial building is one of the largest single investments you will ever make. You should know what to expect - in terms of needed and possible repairs and maintenance. A fresh coat of paint could be hiding serious problems. Stains on the ceiling may indicate a chronic roof leak or may be simply the result of a single incident. The inspector reviews these and other clues, then presents a professional opinion as to the condition of the property to help you avoid unpleasant surprises afterward. Of course, an inspection may also point out the positive aspects of a building, as well as the type of maintenance needed to keep it in proper shape. After the inspection, you will have a much clearer understanding of the property, and be able to make your purchasing decision confidently.
As a seller, if you have owned your property for a period of time, an inspection can help identify potential problems in the sale of your building and can recommend preventative measures, which might avoid future expensive repairs.
Call for An Estimate or to Schedule Your Inspection Today!