Residential Inspection

What Does the Residential Inspections Process Look Like?


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If you’re currently in the process of building, buying or selling property, it is crucial to have an inspection to make sure that you know exactly what is going on, and the standard of said property.

Whether it is a single-family home, condo, or multi-unit residential, you want to make sure you are getting your money’s worth. Residential inspection is an irrefutable way of certifying the current state of a home or condo. Many home builders and realtors depend on these results to certify that a property meets the standard and is in safe living conditions.

Direct Inspect is a locally owned and operated right here in South Florida. As a family-owned business, we have a unique passion for our professional services. We love what we do and our customers are always happy with the results. 

Each project is unique and our doors are open to everyone who is in need of our services. We have an amazing team of experts who know the industry like the back of our hands. Our experience, network, and manpower guarantee the best outcome for our clients.

A home inspector is your best friend when buying or selling a property particularly if you want to avoid unforeseen additional repairs. Hiring a home inspector to inspect your single-family home, condo or multi-unit residential home is smart because oftentimes builders neglect certain construction standards, leaving you with problems down the road.

What is the Purpose of Home Inspection?

-The inspector checks the current structural integrity of a home where visible and any adverse conditions that may have a negative impact.
-A home inspection is commonly used to evaluate a property to help the buyer or seller negotiate the price during a sale.
-Home inspections are used to identify hidden defects that may have been intentionally hidden by the seller.
-A home inspection report can provide valuable insight and advice on how defects or issues can affect your property and how to best deal with them.
-Inspectors often use tools like thermal cameras, drones and moisture detectors to help identify defects that aren't readily visible to the naked eye.
-An experienced home inspector can also spot issues with a home before they become costly i.e. aging roofs, HVAC units, water heaters, electrical panels and leaking plumbing.

After The Residential Inspection

Once the home inspection is complete, your home inspector will review their findings with you either on site or over the phone. This is the best time to ask your inspector any questions you may have. Home inspection reports can be sizable and will take time to read and fully understand. Once read, you may call your inspector and discuss any further items required to your satisfaction. 

Now that you've had a great home inspection, you can proceed with confidence knowing that you are equipped with all the necessary information needed to make your next step forward!

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