The decision to purchase a home has the potential to greatly improve your quality of life or leave you in the unenviable position of owning a home that is actually a “money pit.”  This is not the type of decision to make without all of the facts firmly in-hand. An A+ Inspect It Home Inspection is exactly what you need to make an informed decision.

It doesn’t matter if you are a savvy real estate investor, a first-time homeowner or purchasing your second or third home. In-depth home inspections are always necessary, no matter what. Otherwise, you run the risk of buying a home or condo that has a litany of expensive problems. It is only a matter of time until such flaws rear their ugly heads and ruin your budget.

What  A+ Inspect It Home Inspections Entail

A home inspection is a non-invasive analysis of a home’s condition. Each A+ Inspect It home inspector has the appropriate training and certifications to conduct an accurate examination of a house or condo, regardless of its age, location or condition. Our inspectors provide each client with a detailed written report of all findings. This report includes a description of the home’s condition in the following areas:

  • Structural integrity including the framing and foundation of the home
  • All main systems
  • Roofing system including shingles, skylights, and flashing
  • Porches
  • Walkways
  • Railings
  • Driveway
  • Balconies
  • Soffit
  • Electrical system including fuses, panels and breakers
  • Plumbing including drains, pipes, sump pump and water heater
  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Walls
  • Floors
  • Ceilings
  • Fireplaces including vents and chimneys
  • Insulation and ventilation including the attic and unfinished spaces

Home Inspections for Existing Properties, Newly Constructed Properties and Prospective Properties

A+ Inspect It conducts home inspections for all types of residential properties. If you are looking to sell your home or condo, a home inspection report is essential. This documentation will make you aware of any flaws that should be remedied before the property is sold. If there is nothing wrong with your property, having the home inspection report in-hand will prove to be a valuable marketing tool that makes your home that much more appealing to prospective buyers. This report will also provide an invaluable peace of mind for those who have paid for the construction of a brand new home as well as those who are considering bidding or closing on a property.