Protect yourself and your investment by getting more of an understanding of the house you want to make into a home to safely enjoy. Defects, non-functional components, and safety issues can be revealed with a home inspection.
After a Buyer’s Home Inspection is completed, a buyer and seller will come to agreements about what repairs should be made by the seller before closing. If additional peace of mind is needed, a Re-Inspection can be scheduled. We will revisit the home with the list of repairs completed since our last visit, checking the quality of the changes made and ensuring that all agreements were met.
Eventually, your buyers are going to conduct an inspection. You may as well know what they are going to find by getting there first. Having a home inspection performed ahead of time helps in many other ways.
Having a home inspection completed at the key phases of the construction process can put minds at ease that no hidden defects are getting sealed away by finishing materials as the builder moves on. We will do as many New Construction Phase Inspections as needed, typically including:
Just because the home was newly constructed doesn’t mean it’s free of issues. A house is a complex system of many variables that if done incorrectly or simply left out, could result in future damage to the home. A thorough home inspection completed by an objective third-party can add value by evaluating the overall quality and design of the building. In addition, it will give you a good idea of maintenance items to keep in mind, and it will almost certainly come up with a helpful list of small repair items that were missed. Occasionally, the new construction home inspection can uncover significant problems that can save the homebuyer and builder thousands of dollars in costly repairs.
Newly constructed homes typically come with a “Limited One Year Warranty”. Often, the items covered under the limited warranty may not be visible to the inexperienced eye, that’s why it is important to hire a professionally licensed home inspector. Get your newly constructed home inspection completed before the warranty expiration to reveal defects or issues and have them repaired without any cost to you.
The "Irrigation/Sprinkler System Inspection" is a non-invasive examination of the mechanical system to ensure proper functionality. The system is operated to check for visible water leaks and to ensure proper zone operation. Also, all components are inspected including, but not limited to the following: service and supply piping, isolation and drain valve, backflow and zone devices, control panel, sprinkler heads, and sensors.
The "Pool Inspection" is designed to check the condition of the pool and its components. A pool inspection includes but is not limited to the circulation, heating, filtering, electrical, and possible safety issues.
*Additional fees apply.
The "Wood-Destroying Insect/Termite Inspection" is an evaluation of the home's interior and exterior to determine if there are any signs of related activity and to emphasize conditions that may be conducive to termite or other infestations.
*Additional taxes and fees apply.
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A "Commercial Property Inspection" is crucial when it comes to saving money and making a great investment. Whether you are a building owner, property manager, leasing agent, lender or tenant, a commercial inspection can provide a thorough and accurate assessment of your building and assist you in making the best possible decisions. With our diverse skill set and comprehensive training, we can help you identify the good and the bad of any commercial building.
Thermal imaging uses advanced technology to visualize facts to clients about their home purchase or current property that may not be visible to the naked eye. Additional inspection methods, such as infrared thermal imaging are an important complement to a standard property inspection report. These methods allow for greater detail and insight into potential issues that may exist within the home. A thermal imaging report from Frontline Inspections, PLLC can provide you with the knowledge and information to be aware of the issues found during your home inspection. My goal is to provide you with a quality and professional interpretation of the infrared (IR) thermal imaging results so you can better decide on the course of action to take with your home purchase.
In the report, we will:
For energy loss, a thermal camera can help detect:
For moisture intrusion, a thermal camera can help locate:
Thermal cameras can help locate hotspots which may indicate:
Thermal inspections can also help identify:
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