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Whether you are buying, building, renovating, questioning that you have been ripped of by an unscrupulous contractor, Inspection FIRST can help.

The small investment of a professional home inspection could not only save you thousands of dollars and headaches, but also removes any doubts and helps you understand what you are getting into. Inspection FIRST home inspectors are trained professionals who will leverage the decades of construction experience to closely evaluate the home and will provide you with a detailed report so that you can take the gamble out of buying a home.

BUYING

The minute you are considering buying that fabulous pre-owned home you saw, your first step should be having it professional inspected. This investment at the beginning of this pursuit can save you thousands of dollars. An Inspection FIRST trained home inspector will work with you to carefully evaluate the home, provide you with a detailed report so you understand exactly what you are purchasing. This removes any doubts or hidden problems you can't see and takes the gamble out of buying a pre-owned home. Click here to get the goal, what is included and the benefits.

SELLING

Before you list your property, it is strongly suggested that you hire a home inspector. By consulting with you, the inspector will establish a maintenance and repair list of items that can be improved prior to the listing. This is a strategic move that will greatly increase the resale value of your property while enhancing the time frame required to sell it. Click here to get the goal, what is included and the benefits.

BUILDING

Upon completion of a new home build, it is strongly suggested that you employ a third-party home inspector to do a final walk-through of the home with you. Professionally trained home inspectors are the only people mandated to prepare a detailed analysis of the condition of the home, which includes countless items that are not evaluated by Municipal inspectors. Click here to get the goal, what is included and the benefits.

Municipal vs. Home Inspectors

Municipal inspectors number one goal is make sure a home meets the building code. They do visual inspections which average anywhere between 15 to 30 minutes. Their scope of inspections does not include workmanship, they are not looking at safety aspects and they are certainly not double checking that you the buyer are getting what you actually think you are buying. Inspection FIRST inspectors get right down on the ground, look under things, lift things up and fully investigate the property in question checking for workmanship, safety and overall integrity. There really is no comparison between the two.

RENOVATING

Before you begin renovations on your existing home, your first step should be to have a home inspection to assess the current condition and the impact of the proposed improvements. This is not always the first thing on your mind but this small investment upfront can save thousands of dollars and headaches later on. Professionally trained home inspectors are the only people mandated to prepare a detailed analysis of the condition of the home, which includes countless items that are not evaluated by Municipal inspectors. Click here to get the goal, what is included and the benefits.

Municipal vs. Home Inspectors

Municipal inspectors number one goal is make sure a home meets the building code. They do visual inspections which average anywhere between 15 to 30 minutes. Their scope of inspections does not include workmanship, they are not looking at safety aspects and they are certainly not double checking that you the buyer are getting what you actually think you are buying. Inspection FIRST inspectors get right down on the ground, look under things, lift things up and fully investigate the property in question checking for workmanship, safety and overall integrity. There really is no comparison between the two.

QUESTIONABLE WORK post renovation /DISPUTES

Are you in a dispute over an existing problem? A home inspector can provide services to the insurance industry as an arbitrator in these types of disputes, as well as establish repair costs and determine the cause and origin of a loss. Click here to get the goal, what is included and the benefits.