It is important to remember that your inspector is a third-party ally, offering an unbiased opinion regarding the overall, current condition of the home and its components.
The Benefits of Scheduling a Home Inspection
What’s in it for you? Whether it’s your first purchase or you’ve been around the block, the excitement of buying a home can quickly become overwhelming when considering the condition of the property.
It is important to remember that your inspector is a third-party ally, offering an unbiased opinion regarding the overall, current condition of the home and its components. Whether it be a leaky faucet or a leaky roof, the inspector’s job is to find adverse conditions before your purchase is complete. This information provides the power to have deficiencies, found by the inspector, corrected by the seller, or at the very least, have the price adjusted.
Not only does the inspection help to identify current issues but will help to anticipate future issues. Especially in an older home that may soon need updates, it is important to be aware of the age of the home’s components. An experienced inspector will be able give approximate ages of current systems in comparison to the typical life-expediencies for your area. This will help with understanding current system conditions and whether any major components will soon need repair/replacement.
Much like the actual purchase of the home, a home inspection is an investment, saving time and money. With evidence to make an informed decision you can feel confident moving forward (or backward) with the purchase of your new home. Put the power in your hands and call GreenWorks today to schedule your home inspection.
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