Mold is a scary word for any homeowner. Whether you have experienced issues or not, you have undoubtedly heard horror stories of mold infestations that created significant repair needs, including ripping up flooring, walls, and even home fixtures. What you probably haven’t heard is that preemptive measures can be, and should be, taken to protect against potential issues. A good general practice is to have the qualified and experienced inspectors at InspectPros, Inc. perform mold inspections or mold testing if one or more of the following three scenarios is present in your home.
Homes can hide a myriad of issues. Some are small and simple to fix, but others can cause severe damage that is expensive and time consuming to correct. The home inspection experts at InspectPros, Inc. want you to be prepared for some common problems that can wreak havoc on your home so that you can avoid the headache of costly repairs.
The kitchen is the heart of the home. It is the busiest room where the family congregates for mealtimes and socializing. Not only is it important to have a working kitchen immediately upon moving in for convenience, but for practical reasons as well. You have to have a way to keep food fresh right when you move in, unless you plan on eating out for every meal. Finding out that your refrigerator doesn’t work or that the pipes are leaking will only add unneeded stress to your move. The home inspection experts at InspectPros, Inc. know how important a thorough inspection is for your whole home. Here are some key areas that inspectors should check for defects in the kitchen.
Homeownership brings freedom, pride, and independence. It’s the American Dream, right? Once in their own home, many homeowners quickly become overwhelmed with the maintenance required and the cost associated with the never-ending list of home projects. Here at Inspect Pros, Inc, we know that tackling these projects yourself can save time and money IF you know what you’re doing. Here are some quick projects that shouldn’t be overlooked and you can DIY.
You’re in the market for a property to fit your small business. Whether you’re a new venture or a family-owned and -operated shop that’s been in the area for years, you need to make a wise choice. Part of that decision-making process is getting a commercial property inspection. When you choose our team at InspectPros, Inc., here’s what you can expect.
The process of purchasing or selling a home can be fraught with anxiety, twists, and turns. The home inspection often feels like one of those hurdles. However, by being present at the home inspection and asking plenty of questions, you can take charge of your home inspection and feel confident moving forward. Our team at InspectPros, Inc. recommends that you ask your home inspector (at minimum) these three questions.
At InspectPros, Inc., we’re known for providing quality residential and commercial building inspections throughout the Ventura, CA, area. But our trusted professionals don’t stop there. We also offer reserve studies for our commercial clients. A reserve study is a thorough assessment of your property’s physical condition and an in-depth plan for helping you budget for future repairs and improvements.
If you’re new to the home-buying process or you’ve never had a home inspection, you may be feeling a little leery about the entire thing. We get it. You pay a company to come in and find everything and anything that could possibly be “wrong” with your potential new home. It can be an anxiety-producing process, but at InspectPros, Inc., we’ve found it can go a bit easier if you know what to expect.
As a home buyer, you want to gather as much information as you can about a property before you sign on the dotted line. If the house has problems, then those problems become yours. One way to get more detailed information about a prospective home is by getting an infrared home inspection from InspectPros, Inc.
Are you planning to purchase a home in the Ventura County, CA, area? Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or you’ve done it all before, our team at InspectPros, Inc. wants to offer you a few home-buying tips.