At a glance, a home may look ready to live in, but there may be major issues that a buyer can’t see. Make sure nothing is left to chance on your home purchase and go with Safeguard for your home inspection needs.
As a seller, it is your responsibility to make sure that you are prepared well in advance for a home inspection. There are several things you can do to prepare your home, including getting a pre-listing home inspection.
We know that you’re looking to maintain a strong bond of trust with your clients—we are, too! Safeguard is committed to not only delivering accurate and concise reporting, but we are also highly responsive and proactive.
Here at Safeguard, we pride ourselves in the thoroughness of our home inspections. Each inspection is fully comprehensive, providing a thorough visual inspection of all accessible areas and elements of a house in line with the InterNACHI Standards of Practice.
Your home’s first line of defense against the weather! A roof is one of the most crucial aspects of your home that your home inspector will inspect.
From the siding material to a property’s surface drainage, a home’s exterior is comprised of multiple different features your home inspector will check.
Your home inspector will provide a thorough inspection top-to-bottom of all interior features, systems, and fixtures, from the foundation to the kitchen sink!
HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. Though the extent of HVAC systems can vary, there are key things a home inspector will check.
Your home’s plumbing is a complex network comprised of three systems that supply water, transport waste, and provide fuel for your home.
Your home inspector is going to check to make sure that your electrical panels, outlets, and all electrical wiring are both functioning and safe to use.
A sewer scope inspection is used to determine the structural and functional state of a home’s sewer line which we highly encourage you to have us perform.
In a moment’s notice, a fire can spread and do an enormous amount of damage to your building. This is why we encourage you to have your sprinklers checked regularly.
If you have any general questions regarding our provided services or our home inspection processes, please check out one of our many resource pages!
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