For Your Protection Get a Home Inspection

And Make The Best Possible Investment.

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A good home inspection process is something that most people don’t know about but should. Truth be told, it can protect one of the biggest investments of your life.

Some people consider home inspectors as doomsayers but realistically, they are actually your best friends in ensuring that you get the most value for your money when investing in a home.

A home inspection is a visual examination of a house’s physical structure and utility systems, from the roof to the foundation and structural integrity. In all this, the current condition of a house is determined.

The standard home inspection procedure establishes the condition of the house’s internal and external set-up, ranging from the plumbing, electrical system, central air conditioning system, roof and attic, visible insulation, as well as the walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors, and the foundation structure that includes the basement and its components.

When buying a house, ensuring it with a home inspection helps to avoid the hassles of dealing substandard building materials or hidden flaws in a house’s structure.

Even if selling a house is far from your mind, a home inspection can be a great help in determining any problems that exist in the home as well as how to prevent the costly repairs that would develop.

Here is Some Important Things to Ask and Be Aware Of:Protect your home by Inspect360 Home Inspections Dallas TX

  • Never ever attempt to conceal any defects that you are aware of and always allow the inspector to take their time in inspecting the condition of the home.
  • Don’t argue with the inspector about comments or the results of the inspection, remember that they have been tasked to help you identify problems that may need your immediate attention and help save you the trouble of costly repairs.
  • Another important area the inspector will go through is the house’s electrical system. The inspector may need to remove the cover on the electrical panel to examine the components, so be sure that the panel is accessible and that the cover can easily be removed.
  • Every area of the home must be made accessible, particularly the utility room areas, basement, attic, and crawl spaces.

Be aware of these things when preparing for the home inspection and that will make it a pleasant experience.

The bottom line is to focus on not just consumer protection, but for the investment of the client, since investing in a home is no joke, it could be the biggest investment you make.

So think of it this way: home inspectors are not there to terrorize you, but to be an investment protector!

Protect Your Home Now!  Call Us At (972) 652-0360 Or Schedule Online Right Here From Our Website By Clicking Schedule Now.


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Q: What if a home service contractor is hired & they discover something different than the home inspector?

A: It's human nature for homeowners to believe the last bit of expert advice they receive, even if it's contrary to previous advice. Unfortunately, home inspectors get blamed for any issue found, regardless of whether the issue is within the “scope” of the standard home inspection. All of our inspections are conducted in accordance with the Standards of Practice of The Texas Real Estate Commission. The Standards of Practice specifically state what’s included & excluded from the standard home inspection & typically home service contractors aren't familiar with this. Home inspectors are generalists, not experts. When issues are found, their job is to document & refer the client to specialists such as licensed Electricians, Plumbers, HVAC Contractors, Structural Engineers, etc. When conflicting information is presented to you by a contractor after the inspection, It is best for you, the homeowner, to conduct your research & communicate your concern with all parties associated. We perform home inspections from a different perspective & provide information that is distinctive from home service contractors.

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