A Pro-Sight member inspector provides their customers with the knowledge needed to make an informed choice regarding both the pluses and minuses of the prospective home. Member home inspector's will address items which include, deferred maintenance items, minor and major defects, and safety issues. When you hire a Pro-Sight home inspector you will receive an objective and detailed home inspection report, plus additional crucial information on the maintenance needs of your home. The inspection includes all the visually accessible systems and household components. The inspection is non-evasive, and includes areas such as the foundation, structure, exterior, grounds, roof, electric, plumbing, bathrooms, fireplace, heating, air-conditioning, thermostats, and interior. Pro-Sight Property Inspections also provides ongoing valuable home care & safety information. Home Buyers are always encouraged to be at the home inspection, this way the inspector can conduct a thorough walk through with the buyer at the property. Naturally you will also be provided with a customized report, that will clearly define items which require your attention, plus the items which need immediate repair, and / or evaluation by a licensed technician or contractor. All inspector members are independent.
Pro-Sight Property Inspections Value:
Purchasing a home anywhere nowadays, is a large monetary investment. So please don't let price decide whether or not to have a home inspection, or in the selection of your home inspector. Compared to the price of the property, the inspection cost is very small. Saving 50 to 75 dollars could cost you thousands. The knowledge gained from an inspection is well worth the cost, and the lowest-priced inspector is not necessarily a bargain. The inspector's qualifications, including his experience, training, are they insured, and professional affiliations, should be the most important consideration. Let's take a look at the numbers: If you are purchasing a $300,000 home, and the cost of the inspection is $300.00, that's just .1% (that's point one, not 1 percent) of the price of the home! Is it really advisable to go bargain hunting for the cheapest inspector?, why are they the cheapest? If the inspection exposes defects, then the cost of the Pro-Sight home inspection easily pays for itself. The inspection findings could also save you several thousand dollars in home repair costs, if major defects are found. If nothing of significance is found, you still will receive the information and knowledge on how to save hundreds to thousands of dollars in future repairs, by the knowledge obtained for crucial household maintenance.