Home buyers and sellers typically have lots of questions for Tampa home inspectors. First-timers in the real estate market can have many ideas or expectations of the process and that includes home inspections. Beryl Project Engineering has a number of Tampa home inspectors on our team and here are some of the most common questions they encounter.
What Kind of Home Inspection Do I Need?
Tampa home inspectors get this question all the time because there are a variety of home inspection types to meet different needs. Beryl Project Engineering offers:
- Residential Home Inspections
- FHA Home Inspections
- VA Home Inspections
- Buyer/Seller Home Inspections
The typical home inspection lasts about 2-3 hours and covers many of the main systems and components of your home. Speak with one of our team members about your needs and they can help you choose the type of inspection you need.
Will COVID-19 Affect My Home Inspection?
Beryl’s Certified Master Inspectors take all the necessary precautions to keep themselves and your family safe when performing your home inspection. This includes appropriate social distancing, wearing masks, gloves, and other personal protection items, and other modifications as necessary. Our Tampa home inspectors can still perform quality and reliable inspections even with the restrictions of the pandemic. You may ask any specific questions about COVID-19 matters when you call and speak with a Beryl team member.
How Do I Locate Qualified Tampa Home Inspectors?
Florida law requires Tampa home inspectors to obtain a license. This licensing process is regulated by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. You can check with this group about any prospective home inspector. Beryl home inspectors are certified by the Master Inspector Certification Board and are licensed and insured to perform home inspections in Florida. Your Beryl home inspection is also covered by the . You may also explore some reviews from our satisfied clients on our website.
Who Pays for a Home Inspection?
The prospective buyer is typically the party responsible for covering the cost of a home inspection before a sale is completed. Different arrangements and scenarios can also see the seller covering the inspection costs or even sharing the cost with the buyer. Speak with your real estate agent about the arrangements in your current home sale or purchase negotiations.
What If I Don’t Understand Something on My Inspection Report?
Beryl’s Certified Master Inspector will provide you with a computerized, easy-to-read inspection report with any necessary photos within 36 hours of completing your inspection. We are always pleased to explain anything that isn’t clear on your inspection report and answer your questions. You may also call us at a later time to inquire about something on your home inspection report.
What If My Home Fails the Home Inspection?
This is a common question for Tampa home inspectors who may not be familiar with all that goes into a home inspection and the home-buying process. There is no “pass” or “fail” grade on a home inspection. The inspection report will explain any problems or deficiencies found by the inspector with recommended actions to correct them. Any steps taken after you receive your inspection report are your decision and responsibility.
How Do I Make an Appointment with Tampa Home Inspectors?
Tampa home inspectors from Beryl Project Engineering can be scheduled according to your convenience. We even perform evening and weekend inspections to coincide with your schedule and needs. Simply call us or send a message online asking about home inspections. A Tampa home inspector will speak with you and make arrangements for an inspection that meets your needs.
Call Beryl Project Engineering at 813-616-3301 or contact us online with your questions about home inspections in Tampa and Hillsborough County, Florida.