Before you list your home, gain the important knowledge that only a Seller’s home Inspection can tell you! We will inspect your property using the same detailed procedures we utilize during a Buyer’s home Inspection. You can find out what to repair or replace to improve your odds of getting a fast sale.
Our New Construction Home Inspection service takes away the fear of moving into a newly built property. Did the contractor use a common shortcut? Or perhaps they misread your blueprints? We’ll find out and let you know!
Would you like to stop problems in their tracks? With our New Construction home inspector Phase Inspections, we’ll visit the building site several times to make sure everything is going smoothly. Any problems we discover will be reported to you immediately.
Your newly constructed home comes with a 12-month builder’s warranty. To make sure you have time to take advantage of it, we recommend booking our home inspector 11-Month/Builder’s Warranty service. This will give you enough time to submit any necessary claims.
To keep your home in tip-top shape, we offer Home Maintenance Home Inspections. Booking these at least once a year will allow you to keep an eye on all of the home’s systems. Knowing in advance when something is likely to need a replacement can save you a lot of money and inconvenience.
If you’re planning on purchasing an older home, be prepared to get a 4-Point Home Inspection for your insurer. This is not a replacement for a Buyer’s Home Inspection, but it does provide your insurer with some peace of mind. Areas we inspect include: Roof, HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical
Your lender wants to make sure that the builder doesn’t go over budget. Therefore, they may hire us to conduct Loan Draw Home Inspections. As long as we see that everything is on-time and on-budget, they’ll release the next loan draw to keep your builder moving.
A Re-Inspection is one of the best ways to protect your investment. We will investigate to make sure your home repair addendum was completed. We will also keep an eye out for anything that’s gone wrong since our last home inspection.
Make sure your home has the mitigation techniques it needs to avoid being destroyed during a hurricane. Not only will this home inspection give you peace of mind, but it may also cause your insurer to provide a discount.
Most of your home inspection will be maintenance recommendations, life expectancies for various systems and components, and minor imperfections. These are useful to know about. However, the issues that really matter will fall into four categories:
We pledge to observe the South Carolina Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics for Home Inspectors
and vow to uphold the inspection agreement.
We do not have any “special” relationships with real estate agents or contractors. That’s because we always put your interests first. Our home inspection service menu includes everything a homebuyer or a commercial business needs to make a truly informed decision. Your certified inspector is ready to go to work for you!