1) Avoid buying a money-pit
2) Thorough inspections and honest reporting
3) Buyers: Save money and time by avoiding costly unseen problems
4) Sellers: Get the best possible price for your home
Buying a home is the biggest investment most people ever make.Your decision will affect you for years to come. No one understands this better than 1st Choice Home Inspection. There is always risk when making such a large purchase decision, but a professional inspection will significantly reduce your risk, can help make the entire home buying process easier, and remove much of the stress and worry from the decision.
Every inspection by 1st Choice Home Inspection Services is thorough, complete, and comprehensive.
Getting a look at what is going on behind the scenes is vital to a comprehensive home inspection. Thermal imaging uses technology to detect plumbing and roof leak sand areas where decreased insulation is affecting temperature and increasing energy use. Eliminating heating and cooling loss from a home will save significant money on energy costs.
Not all home inspectors are created equal. 1st Choice inspectors know the importance of taking all the time necessary for a complete, in-depth inspection. Home inspectors who rush through an inspection can miss important, expensive issues that can potentially cost a home buyer big money later on.
It’s important to know that when a home inspector finds a problem, generally the seller, not the buyer, will be responsible for the repairs. Buyers who try to save money by hiring a low-cost home inspector can end up spending thousands of dollars to fix the things that were missed.
Home inspection shouldn’t be mysterious. Clients are strongly encouraged to attend the inspection.
When you hire a home inspector from 1st Choice Home Inspection, a certified home inspector will spend two to three hours thoroughly inspecting and evaluating the property you are considering purchasing.
The roof will be inspected in detail, and your inspector will also crawl through crawlspaces, head up to the attic spend time in the basement checking the foundation and the furnace, assessing every window, the plumbing, the electrical system, and all the elements in-between, to give you a comprehensive report on your future home.
Our reports are electronic with digital photographs. For your convenience, you will receive your report the same day or next day.
If you’re new to the home buying process,you should attend the inspection from start to finish. The inspector will tell you what needs maintenance or repairs, and why.
Did you know for a thorough, in-depth inspection the home should have all heating, cooling, electrical power and water utilities running? This will allow the home inspector to give an accurate assessment of how everything well everything is working on the property.