A home repairs inspection is commonly referred to as a re-inspect. Whenever a Best Inspect Report recommends repairs, it is in your best interest to have the repairs re-inspected upon completion. A home repairs inspection will ensure all repairs were done completely and correctly. However, even if you have repairs done that were not recommended by Best Inspect, you may want to have them inspected. Have you ever had something repaired, looked at it later and said to yourself, “that just doesn’t look right”? Maybe it’s not right. Best Inspect has the knowledge and experience to let you know if it needs to be corrected and you will have the documentation of a professional to back you up. If the repairs were done properly you will have peace of mind.
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The Best Inspect Prior to Purchase Home Inspection is a thorough, accurate and unbiased assessment of the property, structure and systems. Best Inspect has the knowledge and expertise to provide you with...
This inspection is generally required by all insurance companies with the purchase of a home. The report covers seven different aspects of your homes construction and features. The inspection will identify the following...
This inspection covers four main components of the home. These include:
2. Plumbing system
3. Electrical system
4. Heating and Air systems (HVAC)...
This inspection is confined to the roof and will identify the following:
1. The type of roof covering material.
2. The age of the roof.
3. The remaining useful life of the roof.
4. The overall condition of the roof....
This inspection is essentially the same as a Prior to Purchase Home Inspection, but the inspection is done for you as the current owner. Maybe you have been in your home for several years, and you may or may not have had the home inspected at the time you purchased it....
This inspection is essentially the same as a Warranty Inspection, but is more specifically targeted at identifying items that are covered under your Home Warranty Plan. Even if you did not purchase your home new, maybe you purchased a Warranty Plan...
This inspection is commonly referred to as a Re-Inspect. Whenever a Best Inspect Report recommends repairs it is in your best interest to have the repairs inspected to ensure they were done completely and correctly...