Rochester Home Inspection
PERFORMING HOME INSPECTIONS, PROVIDING...
PEACE OF MIND
Whether this is your first home or just moving into another home, I want to help make the transition an informed and smooth one. The home you have selected may be just what you are looking for, but how can you be sure there aren't potentially serious problems? Having your new home professionally inspected by All Things Home Inspections, as early as possible in the buying process can save you thousands of dollars and give you peace of mind.
All Things is dedicated to help you reduce the risk of post-sale complications by providing you with valuable information about the home's condition quickly and easily. I thoroughly inspect all major components of the property and fully disclose defects to you, and advise you about future maintenance once purchase is complete. All Things will give you the information you need to make an informed decision.
I look forward to providing you peace of mind when buying your home. Please do not hesitate to contact me at any time to get your future home inspected. Proudly performing home inspections in the Greater Rochester, NY area.
Warranty Inspection (11th Month Inspection)
Home builders often initiate a "warranty" on a house for a period of one year which is designed to cover the costs to repair systems and structural-related problems during the warranty period. A warranty inspection should be performed prior to the expiration of the home warranty contract so that you can address repairable issues with the builder while the warranty is in-force. Otherwise, you may be fully liable for the repair costs on your own should you allow the warranty to expire prior to discovering defects. Warranty inspections allow you to take full-advantage of the warranty's benefits which can save you from paying out-of-pocket for repairs that may otherwise have been the fault of the builder or manufacturer.
You've heard it before: "It broke just as soon as the warranty expired!" If anything, a warranty inspection holds builders, installers, suppliers, and manufacturers liable for their work and products. The few-hundred dollars you pay for a warranty inspection could very-well save you from having to hand-over thousands (or tens-of-thousands) of dollars for future repairs and new systems that were damaged before the warranty expiration!