Home Purchase Inspections
Main Line Inspections: the home buyer's specialists.
If you are buying a home, you will want to have the property that interests you inspected, as well. Even if the seller presents an inspection report to you, you should still retain your own inspector. The reasons for this are sound. For example, a seller may present an outdated inspection report to you that does no accurately reflect any changes in the condition of the property. Also, a well-intentioned seller may have attempted to repair damage found by an inspection report, and such repairs may not meet your standards (or the standards of your home inspector). Additionally, by using your own professional inspector, you are a much better position to negotiate the final price of a property because you are more aware of the property's actual condition. By hiring your own inspector, you simply cannot lose.
Having your new home professionally inspected as early as possible in the buying process can save you thousands of dollars on items which you may be able to have the seller or builder correct. We are dedicated to providing you with valuable information about your new home. We thoroughly inspect all major components of the subject property to expose unknown defects and advise you about future maintenance about your home once the purchase is complete. We will give you the information you require to make an informed decision.
We have a professional commitment to excellence in home inspections and our technical knowledge and comprehensive report helps buyers and sellers make an educated decision about their homes.
Getting a home inspection is not a luxury. In fact, a home inspection performed by a professional inspector will help you to determine whether not a buying or selling transaction will occur. It can also help you to monitor the quality of a home you are having built, and it can help you to catch problems while your home is still under warranty. In fact, the results of a thorough home inspection often provides both parties with the information they need to make the necessary adjustments in order to allow a transaction to proceed successfully.