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Reasons to Hire a Home Inspector This Fall

As summer turns to fall, the cooler weather and beautiful scenery offer prospective homebuyers the opportunity to locate their “home sweet home.” Whether you are looking at new construction or an existing home, hiring a home inspector is essential for identifying any problems and protecting your investment.

A certified home inspector visually examines the central systems – electric, heating, cooling, and plumbing. The roof, foundation, insulation, ventilation, doors, windows, and interior and exterior components are also examined. Additional fees may be assessed for pools, spas, or separate structures.

Reasons to Hire a Home Inspector

Protects Your Investment

The purpose of this service is to identify existing issues, including material defects. According to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, a material defect refers to a problem that may diminish a property’s value. They may also refer to safety risks. The details of these issues, if any are found, will be included in the report.

You’re Renovating the House

The services of a home inspector are also useful when remodeling or adding on to a house. Most cities require inspections to be conducted as part of the permitting process, especially if the renovation involves relocating electricity or plumbing, or installing new framing or drywall. New utility hookups must also be checked per the City of Phoenix.

Schedule an Appointment Today

Voted the best home inspectors in Phoenix by Expertise in 2019 and 2020, King Home Inspections offers in-depth inspections in which we carefully check every system and component of the house.

We will then walk you around its interior and exterior, pointing out any items we had an issue with and showing you the shutoffs for each central system. We will also answer any questions you may have and provide you with a detailed report with our findings, photos, and recommendations.

King Home Inspections feels that when you pay for a home inspector to examine the home, you’re not paying for a sampling of anything, but a comprehensive inspection. We only check two properties per day so that you and the house are given our full attention.

Please contact us at (602) 616-8502 to schedule an appointment.

Resources:
“Home Inspection Standards of Practice.” International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI®).

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