Buyers Pre-Purchase Inspection
The most common type of inspection is usually performed for a buyer after a property has been put under contract and prior to closing of escrow. In many cases, a Buyer's Inspection will help both the buyer and the seller to identify damage or other problems that may exist with a property so that both parties will have a better understanding of issues that may need attention before closing. Even if the seller has already performed a Seller's Inspection, buyers should still perform their own inspections to prevent "seller's bias" in any shape or form.
Sellers Pre-Listing Inspection
This type of inspection is usually performed by a seller before a property is listed or announced for sale. The property owner will perform a Seller's Inspection to determine what damage or other problems may exist with a property in order to determine factors such as fair market value, discount values, or any pre-listing expenditure necessary to increase the value and desirability of the property.
Pre-Drywall Construction Inspection
Our pre-drywall inspection is a crucial step in ensuring your new Tampa home is built to the highest standards. This inspection takes place after the structure is 'dried in,' just before insulation and drywall installation when open studs are still visible. It typically aligns with the builder's walkthrough at this stage of construction. During this thorough examination, we focus on several critical aspects of your home's construction, including the foundation, building envelope (ensuring tie downs are properly secured), roof sheathing and coverings, and interior partitions (checking for any framing gaps). In addition to these structural elements, our inspection covers mechanical components such as plumbing, HVAC, electrical, and gas systems. We verify that lights are correctly positioned, outlets and sockets are securely mounted, HVAC condensation and plumbing lines have the proper slope, HVAC ductwork is installed correctly, and gas lines are securely mounted. Take advantage of this opportunity when building your new home.
11 Month Builder Warranty Inspection
Before your newly constructed home's one-year builder warranty expires, it's crucial to schedule an expert inspection by a building inspection professional. Known as a 'One Year Builder Warranty Inspection,' this service combines elements of a standard home inspection and a final walkthrough. Our primary goal is to thoroughly document issues typically covered by a one-year builder warranty. This inspection holds significant importance as it ensures the identification and reporting of deficiencies, including construction defects and areas susceptible to active or potential water intrusion. We recommend the inspection is requested and completed at month 10 or 11, just before the 12-month warranty expires. Don't risk losing out on warranty coverage – schedule your One Year Builder Warranty Inspection today.
A Bennett Property Inspection Condominium Inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of the building systems and components within a condominium unit. Common elements are not included in the inspection since they are covered by the technical audit performed by the condominium association and are a shared responsibility among all unit owners. The inspection includes major appliances as well as maintenance and service issues for the unit. The inspection and written report provide the critical information needed to make an informed decision. Knowledge and information is power in all real estate transactions.
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