Reliable Quality Home Inspection has been serving the Georgia community for over 4 years. Its mission is to assure satisfied that every customer is utterly satisfied. It is the reason why our motto is : honesty is our only policy.
The decision to buy or sell a home is not a decision you should take lightly, therefore you need accurate and reliable information about the property.
Is a fast-paced, verbal-only walkthrough of the owner’s home in preparation for listing. The property owner takes detailed notes as we visit all of the components and systems in the home.
Buying a new home usually means you will have fewer issues to worry about, but that doesn’t guarantee you will have none.
Buying a new home usually means you will have fewer issues to worry about, but that doesn’t guarantee you will have none. Despite their best intentions and attention to detail, builders tend to make construction mistakes which have consequences for the buyers. There might be a safety hazard or an expensive repair bill coming your way. However, the good news is every new home comes with a one-year warranty. Within this period, if you identify any structural defect as a direct or indirect result of a construction mistake, the builder can be held accountable and will be liable to fix it free of cost. Is your new home’s warranty about to expire? We will identify issues with your new home so that you can address them prior to the expiration of your warranty. This means huge savings and peace of mind. Get in touch with us today to order your 11th-month new construction home warranty inspection.
The decision to buy or sell a home is not a decision you should take lightly, therefore you need accurate and reliable information about the property. Reliable Quality Home Inspections evaluates all interior and exterior components and systems including the roof, basement, heating, cooling, ventilation, insulation, plumbing, structure, electrical, and much more. According to the American Society of Home Inspectors, “A home inspection is a visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a home. A complete home inspection includes a visual examination of the house from top to bottom. The inspector examines the heating system, the central air conditioning systems, the interior plumbing and electrical systems, the roof and visible insulation, walls, ceiling, floors, windows and doors, the foundation and visible structure.
The average home inspection will take about two hours and the client is encouraged to be there to enjoy the benefits of first-hand information during the inspection process.
What’s included in the inspection:
ROOF AND ATTIC
In this part of the evaluation, the inspector checks the capacity of the electrical system, looks for any defects in the wiring and makes sure everything is properly grounded. They’ll also check your main panel and circuit breakers. Finally, miscellaneous items like ceiling fans and light fixtures are looked at.
Pre-Listing Consultation. Is a fast-paced, verbal-only walkthrough of the owner’s home in preparation for listing. The property owner takes detailed notes as we visit all of the components and systems in the home. I explain in detail what a buyer will be looking for, and what the buyer’s home inspector will likely include in their inspection report. This service allows the owner to make decisions on whether to repair, replace or upgrade the various items identified, without the deadline of a closing date.
The Pre-Listing Consultation is the client’s opportunity to ask the important questions involving their home. What needs to be repaired and why? How long with the components (roof, siding, windows, dishwasher, stove, etc.) last? What should I plan on replacing or repairing? These types of questions and the answers will help the client understand their home, in it’s current condition. They can then decide what the next steps should be.
Almost everyone will have their potential new home inspected before they commit to buying it. And because there is no such thing as the perfect house, defects are usually encountered during this process. Sometimes the defects are so problematic resulting in the buyer walking away from the deal. This is a waste of time and energy for the buyer, the seller and the real estate professionals on both sides! What if there was a way to get the issues out in the open before they became negotiating nightmares?
THE BENEFITS OF A PRE-LISTING CONSULTATION: