What Happens If Your Home Inspection Doesn’t Turn Out Well?

When you are buying a home, it may seem like a whirlwind of appointments and signatures. One of the most nerve-racking steps in the process is the home inspection, where you will learn the true condition of the home you want to purchase. At United Property Inspectors, Inc., we understand that home inspections don’t always go as planned and can even bring the real estate transaction to a screeching halt. We are here to help you through the scenario where your home inspection doesn’t turn out as planned and to let you know how we can assist you in your next steps.

Move into Your New Home with Peace of Mind

If you are in the market for a new home, there are some things you can do to safeguard your investment. Your potential new home will have to undergo an inspection to evaluate for any flaws or safety issues, but the inspectors don’t check everything that you should have checked. At United Property Inspectors, Inc., we provide comprehensive home inspections, but we also provide specialty inspections that are necessary to give you complete peace of mind. Let’s go over these specialty inspections that are important to have done before you close on your new home.

Protect Your Investment with an Informative Home Evaluation

You would never make a large investment without having all of the facts presented to you. Moving into a home is no different because you definitely want to have all of the facts about the home before you take that important step. United Property Inspectors, Inc. inspects to a higher standard so that you have peace of mind in knowing we have evaluated everything inside the home that can be seen or touched. Let’s walk through our home inspection services, and you can see how we will come alongside you to help protect your investment. 

Is It Ever Okay to Skip the Inspection When You Buy a Home?

Sometimes, when you move into a new house, you get down to the wire with the timing and need things to move quickly. It can be tempting to skip the home inspection when the house looks nearly perfect and you are in a hurry. United Property Inspectors, Inc. never encourages home buyers to skip the inspection, because that is a crucial piece of the home buying process. Let’s go over the importance of comprehensive home inspections and why you should never eliminate this step in the real estate transaction.

Get a Pool Inspection before You Sign the Dotted Line

It’s very common for California homes to have pools and spas on the property. While homeowners undoubtedly enjoy the relaxing benefits of these amenities, the repairs they sometimes require can cost anywhere from hundreds to tens of thousands of dollars. United Property Inspectors, Inc. helps clients to understand what costly issues they may be facing by offering pool and spa inspections. We’ll walk through some reasons you need to have one of these inspections before you complete any real estate transaction, as well as what is involved.

Don’t Take Any Chances: Schedule Mold Inspection and Testing

Nothing can get in the way of buying or selling a property like the presence of mold. Additionally, there are few things more disconcerting than living in a home with suspected mold growth. United Property Inspectors, Inc. offers mold inspection and testing services for your home to help ensure a smooth real estate transaction, as well as peace of mind. Let us walk you through our proven mold testing process and go over the protection we offer.

Reduce Your Risk with a Commercial Building Inspection

Are you thinking about taking the next step with a commercial investment property? Commercial real estate transactions can get complicated, but United Property Inspectors, Inc. is here to help you make the right decision for your bottom line. Our focus is on you, our client, as we listen to your needs and ensure you have all the facts before you make an investment decision. Let’s talk about how our commercial building inspections will reduce your investment risk.

Preparing Your Home for an Inspection: 5 Things You Can Do

The prospect of an inspection can make even the most confident homeowner nervous, second-guessing everything inside their home. You don’t have to just cross your fingers and hope for the best, as there are some things you can do to better prepare your home for the inspector’s visit. United Property Inspectors, Inc. offers comprehensive home inspections as well as pre-listing inspections that will help both buyers and sellers to make informed financial decisions. Let’s take a look at five things you can do to better position your home for the dreaded inspection.

Dispelling Common Home Inspection Myths

Getting a home inspection can be an unnerving experience for any homeowner who is planning to put their home on the market, or even for a potential buyer who finds a home they love. You may not know what to expect, and you might even have some misconceptions about the process. At United Property Inspectors, Inc., we make it our goal to inspect to a higher standard in order to give you the most thorough and complete picture of the home’s condition. Let’s dispel some myths about home inspections where the truth might actually put you more at ease.

What Is Checked during a Home Inspection?

If you have never bought or sold a house, you might not be entirely sure what takes place during a residential home inspection. Or perhaps it’s been a while, and you need an inspection soon, either as a buyer or a seller. United Property Inspectors, Inc. offers a higher standard of certified home inspections for our clients. Let’s take a closer look at the home inspection process and why you should choose us.