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Maintenance Home Inspection

Maintenance Home Inspection

The home ages and it requires regular maintenance like your car does, or routine health checkups like we do!


If you are;

  • A person who doesn’t like to bother with minor home details

  • A mom busy looking after the kids’ ever lasting demands

  • A person who doesn’t like being surprised by major repair costs

  • A guardian who cares about the health and safety of his/her households   


You probably do not have enough time, effort or knowledge to identify what is going on with your aging property. Finding issues with your property early enough can save you unwanted major costs before they become major ones, or a serious emergency.

Why Get A Maintenance Inspection?

Think of a maintenance inspection as a checkup visit to the doctor that need only happen annually.  The inspection will help to prioritize a home improvement list, find out about small problems before they turn into big expensive ones. A maintenance inspection also gives homeowners a chance to have a professional home inspector answer questions with a completely unbiased viewpoint.


Should I Schedule A Yearly Inspection For My Home?

Yes. The inspection will make you aware of the condition of your home's structure and systems and that those areas in need of repair are identified.

As the home ages, problems may emerge, and systems may need to be repaired or replaced. Your home requires its own checkup.


Do I Need A Professional?

Yes. A professional home inspector is trained to identify problems in their early stages, before they cause extensive damage requiring expensive repair solutions. When you consider the current and future value of your home, the cost of an annual home inspection may seem a small price to pay to safeguard your valuable asset, and save a lot of money.


What Should The Inspection Include?

According to most home inspection standards, a home inspection includes an examination of the following home elements:

  • Heating and air conditioning systems

  • Plumbing

  • Electrical systems

  • Roof, attic, and visible insulation

  • Walls, ceilings, and floors

  • Windows and doors

Foundation, basement, and structural components

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