A home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property designed to identify defects within specific systems and components based on observations made on the date of the inspection. Whether you are a first time home buyer or a real estate investor, going through a professional home inspection process with a certified inspector is a critical component for the assurance needed in your major financial decision.
Inspections usually range from 2-3 hours depending on the type and size of the home, and home buyers are encouraged to follow along and participate in the home inspection process. Flexible scheduling, including evenings and weekends, is provided.
We inspect homes in the greater West Michigan area, including: Allendale, Byron Center, Caledonia, Dorr, Grand Haven, Grand Rapids, Grandville, Holland, Hudsonville, Middleville, Rockford, Saugatuck, Zeeland, and many other surrounding cities.
HOME BUYERS: Pre-purchase Inspection Services are offered for home buyers to provide them with a better understanding of the physical condition of their prospective home to assist in making a more informed decision.
PRE-OFFER INSPECTION: A pre-offer home inspection allows the inspector to provide the buyer expert insight on the major components of the home BEFORE an offer is submitted. It is a visual examination of the major systems of the home (furnace, plumbing, electrical, roof) as well as a general overview to help buyers make a more informed decision. Pre-offer inspections will typically last 1 hour and are a walk through with the potential buyer (and realtor if desired) during a scheduled showing, and includes a one page report..
Our Home Inspector will review the report with you to make sure you understand everything and answer any remaining questions. A detailed electronic report with photos will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the inspection.
Your Home Inspection Report will include easy to read information on many items including:
Condition of every major component of the home
Deficiencies in the home
Major expenditures necessary