With Win Win Home Inspections, you can be certain that your home inspection will be done at the very finest level of Professionalism. Attention to detail is the foundation of our business. You can also be sure that we will work hard to find the best solution for YOU. Our commitment to professional standards and practices assures you of the finest service your hard earned money can obtain. Pool, Mold and 4Point insurance inspections are also offered.
We do 4-POINT insurance inspections
Homes are being built, refurbished, and placed on the market with great regularity.
Every day, buyers turn to Home Inspectors to evaluate the condition of the
home they’re about to purchase.
Win Win Home Inspections
Buying a house may seem like an endless series of critical, important decisions. When you find the house that is right for you, you need to find a home inspector to educate you about the condition of your new home. This is a commonplace and a wise decision, even when buying a newly constructed home; the additional peace of mind that a professional home inspection offers is invaluable. Call on Win Win Home Inspections – it’s a win win situation. Whether you’re a REALTOR, attorney or lender, Win Win Home Inspections should always be top of mind. Win Win Home Inspection, communication, and an easy to understand written report make for faster closing and happier customers.
What is a Home Inspection?
A home inspector evaluates the structure of the house, and gives feedback about other system such as the roof, plumbing, electrical system, heating and air conditioning units, insulation, doors, windows and more.
Are Home Inspections Required?
Home Inspections are an extra expense and usually optional, so do you really need one? Probably. Money might be tight for closing, but try to imagine moving in and finding out that the air conditioning unit isn’t capable of cooling the house, or that portions of the electrical system are substandard, or the chimney needs some immediate repairs.
What if the inspection uncovers Problems?
First, your offer to purchase should have included a detailed statement regarding your rights to a home inspection. The standard contract used by real estate agents may give you the right to back out of a contract if a home inspection uncovers more problems that you are willing to deal with. If it does not, the wording should be added in the form of a contingency.
Insist on Your Right to have a qualified home inspection before you buy your next home and get the peace of mind you deserve!
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