The pre-purchase inspection is an important step in the process of buying a new property. This is done by the potential buyer, following acceptance of their offer to purchase. A pre-purchase home inspection is a non- exhaustive thorough visual examination of a property that identifies deficiencies and irregularities arising from normal degradation or construction defects at the time of inspection. Therefore, it aims to purchase knowingly and to be fully prepared before negotiating with the seller. In addition, knowing the problems and their importance allows you to plan required repairs and improvements if the purchase is made. This inspection takes for us 1:30 to 4 hours, depending on the type of the property. During the inspection, we will also provide you with brief information on how to maintain the house. Then you will receive a comprehensive and detailed report describing the condition of the main components of the home at the time of the inspection. An important document in the case of problems when taking possession.
Systems and components examined during our pre-purchase inspection:
Our inspection is based on the latest standard of practice and consists of inspecting various parts of the property including but not limited to:
* In summary, all items that can be inspected visually and are accessible at the time of inspection.
Nevertheless, the home inspection is strictly visual; we only report on what we see. We do not use scientific equipment or engineering calculations. We do enter attics and crawl spaces if they are accessible and safe, and remove covers, which are normally accessible for maintenance.