This inspection is performed when you have an accepted offer on a property. Typically this inspection needs to be completed within 3-10 days.
Buyer Inspection includes: Roof, Grading, Fencing, Exterior, Structural, Foundation, Windows,
Drywall, Interior, HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, Attic. Additional Fee for Pool, Spa, Water Features, Guest Homes, Outbuilding and Termite.
Give yourself an advantage over Seller's in your neighborhood. A pre-inspection allows you to correct items and sell your home without any surprises.
Getting a pre-listing home inspection offers some advantages to sellers that you may not be aware of. The biggest, of course, is finding out the exact condition of the property.
The home inspection provided can be invaluable for making repairs and improvements before going on the market.
You have contracted to have your home built and would like the satisfaction of knowing your home is being constructed properly; then a construction in progress inspection is for you.
Many pitfalls in custom building start in the beginning. If you are not able to take the time off from your job during the construction period, live out of the area or are just not experienced on what to look for, do not try building the home yourself. In most instances, you will not save money and the quality will not be in the final product.
Our construction in progress inspections consist of a couple of inspections during construction. The inspections are: Pre-Drywall: Framing and rough ins are completed, but before dry wall is installed. Final inspection: This will be before the builder receives the Certificate of Occupancy (CO) and prior to close of escrow.
Valley Home and Commercial Inspections clients receive a re-inspection at no charge. We will go back and review the items that were requested to be repaired. We schedule these between inspections and do not meet for a review.