VA Home Inspector
When you are buying your dream house, your entire focus is on getting a home that is perfect. No one wants to buy a place that brings forward several different home repairs right after you are done with the purchase. The only way to avoid that from happening is to opt for a professional VA home inspector.
While you choose an expert company like Beryl Project Engineering, it is also important to choose if you simply require a four-point inspection, or a full-home inspection. To help you decide, we have mentioned the benefits you will get by opting for either of them.
Four Point Inspection
As the name itself states, this inspection focuses on four different aspects of your home. These include the Roof, Electrical, Plumbing, and HVAC. This is a basic home inspection normally required by the home insurance companies prior to allowing a loan. This becomes of even more importance to insurance companies if the house you are buying is 25 years old or more.
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As this is a light inspection, there isn’t any valuable information for you from this report to determine the extent of the damages in the home even in the areas inspected. For example, with Plumbing, we simply turn on one faucet in the kitchen and one in the bathroom. Even those faucets are only checked in the hot setting. None of the other fixtures are inspected. This report exists to qualify a house for insurance.
Unlike the four point inspection, this one caters to all aspects of your house to ensure there are no areas left unchecked. Since this is a more detailed inspection, it tends to be more reliable as well. Therefore it is normally recommended to get a full-home inspection before buying a certain house.
Going back to the plumbing example from above, in this full inspection every faucet in the entire house is turned on in both hot and cold.
Who Should I Hire?
To ensure the best quality results, you must always hire an expert VA home inspector. Beryl Engineering and Inspection has an expert team of inspectors. The entire inspection team at Beryl is composed of Certified Master Inspectors who follow the InterNACHI standards of practice.
If you want to hire Beryl Project Engineering as your home inspector, just dial (813) 530-1959, and schedule an inspection. We are more than happy to answer any of your questions.