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Home Inspections in Easton and Bethlehem Pa
Northampton and Lehigh Counties
Home inspections are a way to get an honest, unbiased view of the state of a home. Inspections are meant to be informational to a client. While there are different reasons for an inspection, all inspections will follow the same process. First the client will agree to a contract. Next the inspection will take place, followed by a full comprehensive report. Along the way any and all questions will be answered to the best of the inspectors knowledge.
The most common type of inspection is one which is contracted, by a buyer, for the purpose of a real estate transaction. Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you are ever going to make, and it is important to collect all the knowledge you can about all investments. During a real estate transaction all homes should have a home inspection. With a proper inspection a buyer can feel confident with their decision to purchase, or they can go back to the seller and ask for improvements of systems that were found to be dysfunctional.
As an owner of a home, you can order an inspection to assure yourself that you are living in a home that is safe and reliable. It is also a good idea to have your home inspected if you are selling your home. This kind of inspection will show potential buyers that you, as a seller, are not trying to hide any known issues about your home.
Residential Home Inspection
The inspection is intended to evaluate systems and components of the primary premises. Included with the inspection is the evaluation of primary attached garages, carports, decks, porches, patios, exposed and visible foundations and structures, exteriors, roofing, plumbing, electrical, attic, interiors, bathrooms, kitchens, basements, crawlspaces, and heating and central air conditioning.
Inspection includes- Systems and components to be inspected for signs of potential mold growth and conditions that are conducive to mold growth include: exposed and visible landscaping, exteriors, foundations, roofing, plumbing, attics, interior rooms, basements, crawlspaces, heating and central air conditioning, and garage or carport, where these components are visible and readily accessible on the day of inspection.
Inspection includes: Inspecting possible entry points for radon gas and testing the levels of radon (pCi/L) in the home.
A water test can be provided to see if there are any harmful contaminants in your homes water. These tests are especially helpful for someone with a private water system.