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Important Things You Need to Know

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If you plan to protect your home investment, there are some important things you must know. Don’t ignore the fact that a home inspection is an important factor that can help you ensure and protect your investment, whether it’s a new house or not.

Here Are Some Very Important Concerns You May Want To Consider:

What Exactly Is The Home Inspection Process?

In general, the home inspection process  is the visual examination of a house’s physical structure and utility systems, which starts from the roof and goes down to the foundation and the structural integrity.

How Does A Home Inspector Go About The Examination Process?

A standard home inspection report provides an overview of the condition of the house’s internal and external set-up, ranging from the interior plumbing, the electrical and heating system, central air conditioning system, roof and attic, and visible insulation.

The inspection also includes walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors as well as the foundation structure that includes the basement and structural components.

In most states, the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) regularly publishes the Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics that outlines and provide guidelines as to what should be expected during a home inspection and what should constitute an ideal report.

Why Is It Important To Have A Home Inspection Prior To Selling Or Buying A House?

Purchasing a house can be the biggest investment one can ever make and the importance of a home inspection is to recognize and fix any unpleasant and unexpected surprises or difficulties. Surely, who wouldn’t want to know everything that there is to know and be aware of in a newly constructed or existing house.

It is during the inspection process that an owner gets to know the degree of upgrades or repairs that a home may need to make, as well as identify the need for major repairs or the need to correct builder oversights, if any.
It is important to know the need for maintenance to keep the home in good shape.

Even if you do not plan to sell or buy a house, a home inspection can also help identify problems that could arise with your existing home and suggest preventative measures that can surely help prevent costly repairs that could occur in the future.

And if you are planning to sell your home, the home inspection can give you an idea of whether the home may need repairs and to ensure that it is in a good selling condition before it is put on the market.

How Much Does A Home Inspection Usually Cost?

The fee varies, with basic considerations as to the geography, distance, territory, and the type of inspection required.

There are a number of factors to also consider, such as the size, age and materials of the home, as well as the value. Added or optional services like radon, moisture or septic testing are generally extra.

But the cost should not deter you from getting a home inspection, since it is the best way to prevent you from spending thousands of dollars in unexpected repairs.

So these are some of the many important questions that people may ask about home inspections and it is also good to be aware that you are preparing to make a positive investment when you get your home inspected.

 

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Call Us Today (972) 652-0360 To get the most comprehensive home inspection in the Dallas area. Inspect360 has been perfecting the art of Home Inspection since 2006. The industry has continued to evolve with new standards and more advanced technology to confirm the condition of the home. But one thing has remained consistent: our dedication to providing the best Home Inspection solutions.

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