At United Home Inspectors, our professionals offer a wide range of inspection services, which cover many different scenarios and contexts. This allows us to provide a one-stop shop for our clients. No matter what your home inspection needs, you can trust our inspectors to provide complete and comprehensive home inspection services.
To learn more about our home inspection options and services, contact us online or contact one of our local home inspectors near you today. We can answer and address any questions that you may have, and we can also provide information to help you make informed decisions.
Types of Home Inspections
Some of the most popular types of home inspections that we provide include:
- Buyers Home Inspections
- Sellers Inspections
- Construction Inspections
- Commercial Real Estate Inspections
- Condo Inspections
- Radon Inspections
- Water Inspections
- Mold Sampling
- Well Water Quality Inspection
- Wood Destroying Organisms
- Septic Inspections
- Swimming Pool and Spa Inspections
- Asbestos and Lead Detection
- Residential Environmental Reports
- Earthquake Preparedness Inspections
- Insurance Company Inspections
Home Inspection Before You Buy
It is absolutely crucial to conduct a proper house inspection before you commit to purchasing a property. This is something that should be done even if the person doing the selling is a close relative or a trusted friend. After all, a property may have issues that even the owner is not aware of. This is particularly true for homes that are already decades old, but it is also true even for newer construction.
The benefit of a thorough home inspection is that you will have the information you need to accurately gauge the benefits and costs of a transaction, and to negotiate the price down to a more appropriate level if problems are found. Since our professionals have a solid amount of home inspector training and experience, you can rest assured that they will help you identify any problem areas and determine which require immediate attention.
Home Inspection Before You Sell
There are similar considerations at play if you are the one selling the property. Conducting a home inspection before putting your home on the market will allow you to more accurately gauge the status of your home. You will also be able to decide if it is better to perform certain repairs, before putting the property on the market. At the same time, having our home inspectors go over your property and advise you on any problem areas, will be of immense value when it is time to negotiate with potential buyers. Ultimately, home inspections give you the knowledge you need to maximize your return.
Home Inspection During New Construction
When a property is being constructed, many things need to be done well and come together right, so that the resulting structure is one of high quality. Proper home inspection by a third party inspector will allow you to quickly determine if your contractor is carrying out the job professionally, if hazardous shortcuts are being taken, or if inferior workmanship is beginning to show. Inspections should be carried out on site at several key stages including as the foundation is laid in place, as the structural framework goes up, and as the construction is completed.
Having regular home inspection visits from a professional will help to avoid unwanted surprises and ensures the quality of your home before a final purchase.
Commercial Real Estate and Other Inspections
Our services go far beyond residential and home inspection. Our professionals also have the ability to scrutinize and report on commercial properties, as well as handle more specialized inspection needs. These include inspecting air and water quality, septic and sewage systems, and swimming pools, as well as performing checks for insurance purposes. We can also look for contamination relating to radon, lead, mold, and other organic issues, termites and similar pests, asbestos, and more. In addition, we can prepare reports relating to a structure’s ability to withstand earthquakes and its effects on the environment.
Learn More About Our Home Inspection Services
If you need a home inspection for any of the above reasons or something else, contact one of our expert home inspectors today. Search for local home inspectors near you on our website, or contact us at United Home Inspectors via our Contact Page for more help finding home inspectors near you.