WHAT TO EXPECT FROM YOUR HOME INSPECTOR
A proper Lethbridge house inspection will normally take between two and three hours on site. A home inspector is a generalist that does a non-invasive visual examination of the home. This means that Lethbridge home inspection companies can not cause any damage to the property unless it is agreed to ahead of time. For example Great Plains Home Inspections cannot drill holes into walls or other such areas to look inside.
The inspection will identify observed defects or signs of defects that may or may not be readily apparent. For example, possible mold or electrical problems inside a wall may not be readily seen, but there may be evidence that they exist. A trained eye knows how to identify such problems. Some of these problems may require an invasive examination by an expert.
This will all be detailed in your written report along with an explanation of defects, problems, recommendations and maintenance tips. And of course Great Plains Home Inspections will be there to further explain things and answer any questions you may have.
Lethbridge home inspection companies should also provide access to their "standards of practice". This will further detail the minimum of what will and will not be part of any Lethbridge new home inspections. You should also be provided with a written inspection agreement.
Great Plains Home Inspections goes far beyond the standards of practice for Lethbridge new home inspections. Although a home inspection is not a prediction of possable future problems and can not reveal every concern that may exist, Great Plains Home Inspections can greatly reduce your anxiety by arming you with the knowledge of knowing the true condition of the home, the knowledge you need to make an informed home buying decision. And of course we will be there to assist you with any concerns or questions you may have. Our job is not finished until you understand everything in your report.