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Inspection Services

Pre-Listing Inspection (Seller) 

An inspection is generally understood as a step in purchasing a home (from the buyer's perspective). However, what about from the seller's perspective? 

Would it be beneficial to have an inspection done of a home that is being sold? You bet! Humble Beginnings Home Inspections will inspect the home and provide you with the insight needed, so you can list your home confidently! 


Buyer's Inspection

The buyer's inspection is the more commonly utilized inspection service. In going through the home buying process, a necessary step is hiring a licensed home inspector to visually inspect all the readily accessible components of the home. As well as provide a thoroughly created report (available within 24hrs) to provide the buyer with an understanding/snapshot of the home's current condition. 


Radon Testing 

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas. It's a gas that is not detectable outside of testing, as it is odorless, and invisible. It seeps in through cracks you have in your basement walls and foundation. It has the potential to cause cancer and other serious health conditions. Radon can also have a big impact on the air quality inside of your home. Having a radon test done gives you a very clear understanding of the amount of radon in your home. The test needs to be conducted over the span of 48hrs/2days. 


Home Maintenance Inspection 

This type of inspection is just what the label infers. This inspection is recommended as a part of the homeowner's home maintenance program. Like a checkup. If performed routinely, the ability to catch problems while they are yet small is heightened. Which, when it comes to repairs, can keep money in your pocket! 



A re-inspection Is important as it is done in large part to verify if issues found in the first inspection have been remedied. This form of inspection has the capacity to be more tailored/customized.   

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