A great home inspector will tell you what is right and wrong with a house.
He or she will also use lots of cool gadgets so you, the home buyer, can know as much as possible about a house.
Using a smart phone, the home inspector controls the drone and takes pictures of the roof, chimney and gutters. Our home inspector, Glenford Blanc with Pro-Spex, took many pictures which were used in the home inspection report.
Looking for a good home inspector? Make sure they are..
- Members of the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors
- Accredited by the Better Business Bureau
- Recommended by their clients and have many testimonials
- Upfront about their fees for service
What should Buyers expect from a home inspector/inspection?
- A fair and objective opinion of a home-a home inspector works for you, the Buyer. He or she will not tell you that you should or should not purchase a home. They will give you information so you can make an informed decision.
- Answers to all your questions about the home-ask the home inspector how the major systems work. Locate the main water shut-off valve. Ask questions on how to maintain the property.
- Depending on the size of the home, the inspection can take between 3 and 5 hours. Plan accordingly. You want to be there so you can learn everything about your new home.