What is a home inspection?

A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. Home inspections are usually conducted by a home inspector who has the training and certifications to perform such inspections.

Why should I get a home inspection?

The main purpose of a home inspection is to give you the information needed to make an informed decision on the purchase

What is the difference between a home inspector and an appraiser?

The main difference between an inspection and an appraisal is that inspection deals with the condition of the home while an appraisal deals with the value of real estate

How can I be sure that a home inspector is qualified?

It is best to find referrals through local online communities such as google or yelp. Review their reviews and check their websites for necessary credentials.

How long does a home inspection take?

Admirable Home Inspections, LLC inspections may vary base on the size of the home. They have ranged from 3 hours to 6 hours.

What is the process of a home inspection?

A home inspector examines the property from the outside in and from top to bottom. Mostly everything that is visible and accessible .

At what point in the real estate transaction should I schedule a home inspection?

You should schedule your home inspection immediately after you have received the accepted offer. Admirable Home Inspections, LLC offers home inspection services in as few as 24 hours. (in most cases)

Should I be present for the inspection?

It's a good idea for the buyer to attend the home inspection because it'll be the perfect chance to ask the inspector how the home's various systems work and hear about maintenance.

Can the home inspector also repair any defects he or she finds?

Home inspectors don't make repairs Although inspectors look for defects throughout the home and even operate many systems, such as turning on appliances, furnaces, and faucets, they don't open up or take anything apart. The scope of work doesn't include deep investigations that would require disassembly or cutting into any part of the house.