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A home inspection helps uncover potential issues with the property, providing you with valuable information to make informed decisions about the purchase.

The duration of a home inspection varies depending on the size and condition of the property but typically takes 2.5 – 4 hours.

Yes, it’s highly encouraged for you to be present, especially at the end of the inspection when the inspector can discuss his findings.

The inspection report will detail any issues discovered. You can use this information to negotiate repairs or concessions with the seller or adjust your offer accordingly.

Reports are typically delivered within the same day in most cases.

Skipping a home inspection could leave you unaware of hidden problems, potentially leading to costly repairs down the road. It’s a crucial step in the home buying process.

Absolutely. Even new constructions can have serious issues. Having a home inspection on your new build will help detect deficiencies that were overlooked by the builder.

The EPA recommends testing for radon when purchasing a home. Radon can be easily mitigated but you wont know if you have a problem unless you have the home tested.