Lifeline Home Inspections provides superior residential home and commercial property inspections in the Metro Atlanta, GA. Our comprehensive list of services includes:

Residential and Commercial Property Inspections for Buyers

Once you make an offer on a residential home or commercial property, it is wise to request a in-depth property inspection. Our buyer inspections are the best in the Metro Atlanta, GA area and our reputation for providing thorough, detailed and accurate home buyer inspection reports precede us. Our certified home and commercial business inspectors provide helpful, detailed information about the property you are looking to purchase in an easy to read and understand format.


What Should You Expect from Our Residential Home or Commercial Property Inspection?

In a nutshell, a residential home or commercial property inspection is a visual inspection of the structure and working components within. Our qualified and experienced technicians will thoroughly inspect the property and identify systems that are not working correctly or are possibly unsafe. If we locate a problematic area, we will include a detailed description and photographs in our concise written report. Before you finalize the closing on the purchase of your new home or business, it is advisable to discuss the report with the sellers and their real estate agent before proceeding any further. As well as weighing what the seller has to say about problem areas, it may also help you negotiate a better price!

What if the Report Reveals Problems with Your Potential Home or Commercial Property Purchase?

All residential homes and commercial properties, including brand new construction can have problems. That’s why we also offer Builder Warranty Inspections. Sometimes the solution can be as simple as the seller agreeing to pay for the repairs outright or an adjustment of the purchase price to compensate for the cost of the repairs. When necessary, your Home or Light Commercial Business inspector may recommend an additional inspection by a qualified expert such as an electrician or a plumber and their opinion should also be taken into consideration before moving forward with your purchase.


What Does Your Residential Home or Commercial Property Inspection Include?

Your comprehensive Residential or Commercial Property Inspection includes the condition of your home or commercial properties heating and central air conditioning system, fireplace & chimneys, interior plumbing connections and fittings, electrical wiring and panels, attic, visible insulation, floors, windows, walls, ceilings, roofing, foundation, drainage, decks & wood structures, and visible structures within the property.

Residential and Commercial Property Inspections for Sellers

A residential or commercial property inspection can be a great asset to both you and your realtor. Not only does it put potential buyers at ease, it helps to attract the right buyers and close the sale quickly. A seller inspection is very similar to a buyer inspection and can provide many benefits. Our knowledgeable residential and commercial property inspectors will identify areas that require attention. Lifeline Home Inspections has the experience to identify problems that other inspectors might look over; protecting you from future loss and liability.


Be the First to Receive and Review Your Seller Inspection Report

As the seller of the property, you and your agent will be informed about safety issues and repairs before the buyers and their agents. Any issues can be taken care of and resolved, as well as giving you the luxury of receiving several estimates and being aware of costs before negotiating price and repair costs with prospective buyers. By taking care of any potential issues on the front end, you can also ensure that your property will show much better which in today’s competitive market is extremely important.

Provide an Additional Selling Feature to Help Your Home or Commercial Property Sell Quickly

Your seller inspection report is an important marketing tool that can be used to help your home or business sell faster, but also sell for top market price. Once your inspection has been completed, you can move forward with your agent and the buyer and their agents to complete your sale. It is a common practice for the buyer to waive the right to have their own inspection if a reputable and qualified third party has inspected the premises first.

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