In the home inspection industry, there is no substitute for experience. I have over 35 years of experience inspecting homes and commercial buildings for clients just like you, who are about to make one of the biggest purchases of their lives. Buying a home is a huge undertaking and your decision to purchase should be as informative as possible. That's why choosing the best home inspector is so important. An inspector must be totally impartial, have the background and experience to provide a comprehensive home inspection and deliver to his client a detailed written report on the findings of the inspection that is concise and written in clear terms. The inspection and written report will help you evaluate the major faults that exist, repairs needed to the home, items that should be replaced or upgraded, and identify maintenance issues that must be addressed to keep the home in top shape for years to come.
A home inspection is not just for prospective buyers, but should also be considered by a prospective seller. The inspection can reveal major defects or conditions needing attention that can effect the sale price and the ability to market the property. By correcting problem conditions, your property will be easier to sell and may bring in a higher market price.
For existing homeowners who intend to stay in their homes, a home inspection can identify problem areas needing attention, that if left undone, will eventually cost you more in repairs or rehabilitation.
After reviewing the additional information on this site, if you have any questions, please feel free to call me. I'll be happy to answer any questions and further explain why I should be the Home Inspector you hire to inspect your prospective dream house.