Considering selling your home and just need to ensure its integrity? First thing’s first, you’ll want an inspection completed of the building itself and you’ll want a pest control professional to verify that you have no pests present in the household and no infestations that would put the new owners in harm or danger. This is important because, if you do not disclose this information or disclose your inspection results beforehand, you may bear responsibility to the new owner for not disclosing the information prior to the sale. Most times, real estate agents also won’t represent your home if it is not able to pass certain inspections.
Checklist for Pre-sale
As with all of our general inspections, we bring along with us a detailed checklist for things to look out for and all the items in the home to inspect. This can include the appliances, structure, foundation, basements, attics, interiors, exteriors, and much more. We’ll look for any problems in the infrastructure, as well as any damages that could be harmful to your home’s structure or safety. Our checklist will also give you some insight into the items that you can take a look at repairing or investing in before your resell your home.
Building inspections are available to determine the overall strength and integrity of your home. They not only help you achieve a standard of value for your home, but can give you some insight into how your home will perform on the real estate market, how much you should aim to invest in it before reselling, or if there are some underlying problems with your building’s infrastructure that need to be addressed first. Building inspections carried out by our professionals are done thoroughly and with precision so that you have the most accurate results on your home’s condition as possible.
Pest inspections are available to help determine if and where pests are located in your home. Often times, pests can be present and go unnoticed in certain areas because they tend to linger in areas that are not commonly used every day, such as the back of cabinets or under sinks, as well as in storage spaces such as attics, closets, basements, and garages. If you have pests in these areas, we’ll be sure to address them and give you solutions on how to get rid of them.
Our pest control professionals will issue you a certified report once your house has passed a pest control inspection. Our team of pest control experts are locally licensed and competent to carry out such inspections and can offer your home a verified certification to ensure that real estate agents, banks, and potential new buyers are getting a home that is completely and entirely pest free. Our certified report will look at various items throughout the home to make sure it is entirely pest-free, including any basement, attic, or storage spaces. If your home does not pass our inspection, you may need to take steps to make it liveable and up to code standard. If it does pass our inspection, however, it could potentially add value to your home if you’re attempting to resell. Find out much more details about us.