Buying a Home

Buying a Home? Getting a house inspected doesn’t guarantee smooth sailing. You need to play an active role in the process. You can be confident that you’re buying a good, solid house even if you’re not a structural engineer, plumber, roofer, or professional air quality evaluator. How? You hire a home inspector, of course.

Things to Know When Buying a Home

Buying a Home?Buying a Home? Getting a house inspected doesn’t guarantee smooth sailing. You need to play an active role in the process. You can be confident that you’re buying a good, solid house even if you’re not a structural engineer, plumber, roofer, or professional air quality evaluator. How? You hire a home inspector, of course.

This is true for new-construction homes, historic treasures, or your standard 30-year-old find. Here are some home inspection tips that could save you money and keep you from making missteps along the way.

Choose Your Inspector Wisely
Attend the Inspection
Don't Be Too Intimidated to Ask Questions
Turn on Utilities
Testing For Water and Mold Problems
Don't Assume a New-construction Home Is OK
Hire a Specialist If You Need Be
Take the Report Seriously

We hope as a home owner you found this information beneficial For further information or assistance with the inspection process, please feel free to contact AA home Inspection LLC by phone (859-448-0213) or via email (info@aahomeinspection.net).