Whether buying a manufactured home, a home within a preplanned neighborhood or one that has been lived in for decades, having the necessary information before making any decisions on whether or not to invest in a property is critical. Turning to Grand Prairie’s building inspector for new homes and pre-owned properties will provide you with the expertise and knowledge are looking for to go into any decision informed and ready to make an offer based on accurate details regarding that property.
New Home Inspection
Even homes that have just been built can present issues. If any corners are cut during the construction process, this can be an issue that quickly arises when you choose to move into the property. Whether this comes down to a lack of quality in the construction materials or any other matters that contractors have for one reason or another chosen to overlook, being made aware of these potential issues can save you in the long run. Our professionals provide you with a full and in-depth inspection of every property, regardless of their current age.
When considering buying a house, an inspection of the property when it comes to any potential pests can be a crucial piece of information you have. This is very true when it comes to pests such as termites, which can wreak untold havoc on a property if left unchecked. If a property is not lived in during its time on the market, the ability for such infestations to take hold unbeknownst to the seller is always a possibility and ensuring that you get the right, knowledgeable professionals to provide you with a full inspection to alleviate this worry can be significant.
Aged Home Inspection
If you intend on buying a home that has been standing for many years, the ability for minor or major issues to be present is only compounded. When turning your attention to the aged Home market, ensuring that you get the right pre-purchase home inspection is vital. Turning to the professionals at Grand Prairie Home Inspection Co. will provide you with a thorough and detailed examination of the property, going into every aspect of its construction to deliver the most accurate representation of the property’s current state and any potential issues that may arise over your course of ownership.
Sewer & Septic Inspection
Sometimes, a key aspect of the property to have inspected is one that you will likely never lay eyes on. This, of course, is referencing the sewer or septic system that may be in place to provide both freshwater and the removal of wastewater. Issues within the sewer system range wildly when it comes to the overall cost of repair and having a new septic system put into place can also be a major expense. Having the correct information before making any decisions on a property can be just as vital as information on the foundation or other important systems.