Home inspections are an important part of the home-buying process. Unfortunately, there can be a lot of uncertainty when it comes time to get a home inspection, which is why the experts at Inspecticore have compiled a list of commonly asked questions.
Do I Really Need a Home Inspection?
Buying a home may be the largest single investment you will ever make. It’s absolutely crucial to identify any major repairs or builder oversights before you decide to buy it. The more information about your property you have, the better.
What Is Included?
Our complete visual home inspection will include an in-depth analysis of the structural and mechanical elements of your home.
Foundation • Roof Structure • Interior Structural Conditions
Exterior Structural Conditions • Water Damage • Roofing • Attic Area
Exterior & Interior Doors • Insulation • Ventilation • Fireplace • Windows
AC & Heating Systems • Ducts • Kitchen Equipment
Plumbing Fixtures • Bathrooms • Utility Room • Electrical Service Box
Receptacles • Water Heating Equipment
Other additional and specialty inspection services can be included.
Do I Need to Be Home?
It is not required that you are home for the inspection, although it is highly recommended. It can be beneficial for you to ask questions and learn more about the inspection report during this time. The average home inspection takes about two to three hours.
Who Pays for the Inspection?
Not only is the home buyer in charge of selecting the inspector, but in almost all cases, the buyer is responsible for the fee. With Inspecticore, the fee is due at the time of inspection.
What Makes Inspecticore Different?
Inspecticore provides comprehensive visual assessments and flexible scheduling. Inspecticore also offers a 200% Guarantee. That means if you are not completely satisfied by the end of your home inspection, we will give you a full refund and pay for another inspector.
When you are ready for a residential or commercial property inspection, call Inpsecticore at (516) 524-0673, or schedule an inspection online. We serve the Nassau and Suffolk County areas.