Jacksonville Home Inspection for Home Buyers
One of our primary goals at American Certified Home Inspections is to reduce as much of the stress and uncertainty as possible. In regards to the buying and selling process by providing you with an accurate, unbiased, and robust Jacksonville home inspection. Our home inspections start by performing a thorough visual inspection of the systems and components of the property.
Our Home Inspection will do our best to identify major components of the house that are not performing well. Home inspections are performed after a sales contract, as a condition by the Loan Officer.
An American Certified Home Inspection is the best investment you will make before the largest investment.
We want you to know what you are REALLY buying.
While not mandatory to attend the Home Inspection, we encourage you to be present so that you may see the first-hand the workings of the home in question.
.A complete home inspection in Jacksonville or anywhere should cover all of the major systems of a house, including structure, exterior, roofing, electrical, heating, cooling, insulation, plumbing, and interior. This way, the inspector can explain any issues that he may discover to you in person. Also, if you have questions or concerns, you can ask them directly to the inspector, rather than having to write them down and ask them later.
However, the home inspector will write up his findings and give you this report in PDF format. If he has found any significant issues, we will describe them in detail. Having a Jacksonville home inspection performed will show that your new home is in good shape when you move in. Every home has issues, so we will not only save you a lot of time but a good bit of money. Our home inspection will make your new home a more enjoyable experience.
American Certified Home Inspections highlight the positive aspects of a home.
In fact, many of the home inspector's observations help to dispel home purchaser anxieties. The home inspection is not a home appraisal. We do not provide a municipal code inspection, environmental audit, or home owner's warranty. The inspector will examine the entire property, both inside and out, looking for any signs of damage or safety hazards. For example, he will look at the roof to make sure that there are no missing shingles or weak points. You can have a wind mitigation report done as well.
When you choose the services of American Certified Home Inspections, we promise to add to your knowledge of the home.
There will be no destructive or technically exhaustive testing of your, or your future home. All home inspections are entirely visual and non-invasive. The overall objective of the inspection and report is to put you in a much better position to make an informed decision. Our accurate and thorough report will light the way.
As a home buyer, it is important that you have a home properly inspected before you agree to purchase it. This process can save you quite a lot of time and money, so do not neglect this important task.