A home inspection can reveal crucial information about a home that can potentially make or break a sale. At a glance, a home may look ready to live in, but there may be major issues that a buyer can’t see, like structural deficiencies, plumbing issues, faulty electrical wiring, or problems with HVAC. The last thing you want as a home buyer is to close on a home, only to later find out it is in need of major repairs; that kind of oversight could result in tens of thousands of dollars in repairs that you would need to make down the line.
A certified Safeguard Home Inspector will inspect the entire home—from the roof down to the foundation—and every key feature/system in between. This includes the exterior, interior, HVAC, insulation, ventilation, structure, plumbing, and electrical systems.
During the course of the inspection, the inspector will be looking for potential safety issues, major/minor material defects, and any aspect of the home that is in need of repair or service (i.e. rotted plywood/support beams, rusted drainage systems, ungrounded electrical circuits, cracked windows, non-functioning appliances, etc.).
After each inspection, our inspector will provide a detailed report outlining the current condition of the home, as well as any suggested repairs and points of concern. Make sure nothing is left to chance on your home purchase.