When you are in the process of purchasing a home, you will likely arrange to have a home inspection performed. This is an important part of the home buying process to ensure you aren’t buying a home full of costly problems and potential dangers. There isn’t anyone as qualified to give you a complete home inspection than the experts at Lifeline Home Inspections.
When is a Re-Inspection Necessary?
Lifeline Home Inspections work with buyers and sellers alike to ensure the sale or purchase of their home is a smooth experience. However, there are problems that often arise during the inspection process. If the problems are large enough, repairs may be part of the selling contract and even be required by lenders before they will release funds to finance a buyer’s home purchase. If the repairs are extensive and involve the safety of the residents in the home, the buyers may ask that the home be re-inspected after the initial home inspection. The experts at Lifeline Home Inspections will then come into the home and ensure that all the repairs are up to code and done completely per the original home inspection findings.
Ensure Repairs are Completed Correctly
It isn’t uncommon for corners to get cut when repairs are being made, unfortunately. When you order a re-inspection of the home, you are keeping everyone honest in the process. We will give you the peace of mind that comes from knowing that all repairs were done correctly, using only quality parts and materials.
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If you are in the process of buying a home, your home inspection is a vital part of that process. You don’t want to complete the purchase only to find that costly repairs should have been made before you moved in. Call Lifeline Home Inspections today to schedule your home inspection or re-inspection today.