It is highly recommended for home buyers to have the property inspected by a qualified home inspector before purchasing their home. Buying a home is one of life’s biggest decisions and biggest financial responsibilities. It can represent a difficult and detailed decision-making process. A home inspection is a critical step in appraising the value of your prospective purchase; making sure you protect your investment and enjoy the pride of ownership that brings you and your family stability and security.
In addition to being a key contingency clause to the property purchase contract, a home inspection can reveal problems and important elements on the safety and quality of the property. The inspection provides the buyer with a valuable educational opportunity that equips them with the knowledge necessary in the decision-making process of purchasing a home.
AB Inspection provides a comprehensive analysis of the home and property’s major systems and components. Even the detection of small problems can mature and result in unexpected expenses. The home inspection will add value to your home buying process and give you the peace of mind you should expect when signing the sales contract.
Inspections are conducted professionally and impartially, and in accordance with the NBIEA Standards of Practice. A professional written report is prepared and submitted within 24 to 48 hours following the date of the inspection. The report shall identify and describe all systems and components inspected, those requiring immediate or major repairs, as well as those that represent a dangerous situation.
The inspection report will also serve as a comprehensive homeowner’s guide; recommendations on corrective actions, proper maintenance and effective monitoring of systems and components will be described. Supplying the buyer with an understanding of the home’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats is the objective.
The standard inspection service of the building systems include:
Roof Systems & Attic
Insulation & Ventilation
We inspect all Residential Buildings:
- Single-Family Home (Detached)
- Multi-Family Home (Semi-Detached)
- Apartment Building