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Why Get a Home Inspection  

Your home is one of your biggest investments. You need to know the true physical condition of a home whether you’re thinking about selling or buying. A home inspection can give you an accurate evaluation of the property as well identifying conditions that could lead to expensive surprises. An qualified inspector is trained to spot the warning signs of a problem or potential problem; everything from stuctural defects to substandard plumbing.We specialize in general home inspections and are dedicated in providing you with accurate and up to date reports.

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You At Prevention Home Inspection, we strive to provide accurate home inspections and services to help protect our clients from potentially hazardous conditions, as well as preventing the future expenses of an unknown or unaddressed problem. Our reports are very through yet easy to understand. Not a vague checklist, but a simple easy to follow narrative type report. We perform our inspections with the same due diligence as if we were purchasing the home for our own family.

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Seller's Pre-Listing Home Inspection  

A Pre-Listing home inspection is an inspection that we perform for a seller prior to putting a home on the market.

A great many sales are cancelled due to the buyer's shock at the "functional condition" of the home. It may look great, but have serious technical, safety, or functional issues present without the owner's knowledge. Having the home inspected gives the seller the opportunity to spot problem areas in advance, make repairs and choose a contractor without the pressure normally associated with closing. Studies also show that homes in good condition sell faster and for a higher prices than a home with problems, big or small.

Sellers can also use the report as source for full disclosure, stating the known defects along with contractor quotes for optional items, and adjust the selling price to reflect the actual repair costs thus saving you both time and money.