Why get an inspection:


Most buyers find it difficult to remain objective and unemotional about the home they are buying. Usually this is because they have fallen in love with it and really want it. An inspection gives you an impartial third party evaluation of the home. This evaluation will inform you of any major repairs or safety issues that need to be addressed. The inspection covers major components like the heating and cooling systems, water heaters, and electrical systems. It also covers plumbing, roof, attic, visual insulation, walls, ceiling, floors, windows, doors, foundation, basement, and visible structure.

Don’t be alarmed, no home is perfect. Just because a problem has been noted it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go through with the purchase. Often the items noted are building code conditions that were completely acceptable at the time the home was built, but now are outdated


Don’t wait for a buyer’s inspection to uncover problems that can affect the sale of your home. Find out about them ahead of time so you have time to make the appropriate fix or at least you can be the first to disclose the issue. Also, having a home that has already had an inspection will make your property that much more appealing to potential buyers.

Why choose Maffei Property Inspections: