Home Inspection

Buying a home is a lengthy and time-consuming procedure. There are many things that a buyer must consider before buying a house. One aspect that every person willing to buy or sell a home should never overlook is a home inspection. A small mistake can cost you a fortune.

If you want to avoid a bad deal, here are three commonly made home inspection blunders you should beware of.

  1. Not Preparing Your Home for Inspection

When you have decided to sell your home then you should start to prepare it for an inspection. This means that you should clean your kitchen and bathroom and repair any broken taps of leaking pipes. Not only this, you should also inspect the roof yourself and must repair it if any shingles are missing. This is important because the worth of your house depends upon the inspection report.

  1. Not Reading the Inspection Report

As a buyer, this is the biggest mistake that you can make. Home inspectors will critically examine each and every portion of the house and will prepare a report for the perusal of the home buyer. If you didn’t read the report before purchasing the house then there was no use of an inspection. A home inspection report will help you in gauging the fair price of the home.

  1. Hire a Bad Home Inspector 

Not all home inspectors are equal; some are better than the others, if not superior to them. Whether you are a buyer of the house or a seller trying to determine the true value of your house, you should never blindly chose a home inspector. Always research and hire the one with vast experience and proper qualification to provide inspection services to clients.

If you are looking to get your home inspected, give us a call at 813-530-2085 and we will be available at your services. Our team of highly skilled and professional individuals will answer all your questions until you are satisfied. We have been providing services in Tampa, St. Pete, Brandon, and Clearwater for over more than a decade. Give us a call today and let us handle your tie-down inspection professionally!