I don't want to be an alarmist.
An overzealous home inspector can make a scary report for a potential buyer. I'll make sure my reports meet the standards of practice, are clear so that minor problems don't become alarming, and we'll report on the positives as well.
I'll explain what I observe. Sometimes major deficiencies seem insurmountable. But everything can be fixed, and I'll thoroughly explain the deficiencies and show you what the options are for fixing them.
I'll respect your time.
I'll work quickly, but I'll also be thorough and provide a quality report.
No one likes to stand around longer than necessary.
The Golden Rule. I'll treat your inspection as if it were my own.
I'll go out of my way to make sure you get all the information you need to make an informed buying decision and negotiate effectively.
If I find a defect in the home, I'll be happy to explain what it's and what the typical repair or remediation might be. Understanding the defects will help you make the best decision about whether or not to buy
or not. Everything can be fixed, it's just a matter of time and cost.
I often hear that my inspections were a very different experience. In my opinion, inspections can and should be fun and entertaining. I like to tell people out loud what I'm doing, what I'm looking for and what I'm finding. I think this can make the inspection interesting for my clients, and I often hear that they learned a lot.
I recommend you read my Google reviews to see that these aren't just empty words.
I'd be happy to work with you.
A home Inspection is way cheaper than a potential water leak or a electrical defect. Don't skip your inspection