Our inspection is a thorough investigation of your homes integrity to provide you with the most accurate estimate of your homes integrity. The exhaustive digital report includes photos covering the following areas:

  • Foundation
  • Grading
  • HVAC Systems
  • Roof Covering and Structure
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Mechanical
  • Appliances

Why hire a T.R.E.C Inspector

It only makes sense to be informed before making such an important purchase. Hiring an independent home inspector can help determine your investment is safe from serious defects. While price may be a concern, the inspector’s training and thoroughness are equally important.

It’s recommended that you take the opportunity to meet with the inspector on-site at the conclusion of the inspection to review issues addressed on the inspection form.

Selling a home is an emotional process. However emotion can be the enemy of good judgment. The average seller is unable to see the real condition of his or her house when setting an asking price. A pre-listing inspection can help you determine your home’s true value. Our Integrity Performance professional inspector will go through your home and assess its strengths and weaknesses to help you set the right price and sell your home quickly.
Negotiations are part of every home sale. A pre- listing inspection can put you in a position of strength during those negotiations. It helps you prioritize repairs – those you’ll pay for yourself and those you’ll pass on to the buyer. It gives you an idea of the cost to make all necessary repairs.
A pre-listing inspection helps you market your home properly, because it assesses the real condition of your house. It allows an opportunity to use real words to describe the property’s condition. Say, “new roof required” or “needs no work” — and mean it.
Providing a pre-listing home inspection from Integrity Performance demonstrates that you’re open and honest about the condition of your home. It says more than words can: that you’re serious about selling, that you’re not hiding any surprises, and that you want to conduct a fair transaction that benefits both parties. Disclosure goes a long way toward building trust, openness and good faith — core values in any negotiation.

Since 1974, American citizens have been protected from dangerous items in their homes by federal law. Congress perscribed a system whereby if a manufacturer designed a dangerous product, they MUST recall all those items.

The problem in the law is that most often it’s up to the consumer, to find out whether appliances are potential fire or safety hazards!

There is a database designed and managed by the government, but you would have to wade through 195 MILLION recalled items to find out if a dishwasher or air conditioner is a hazard to your clients family.

"You can have Faith in our work"

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