Home Inspections

A home inspection is one of the most important steps in the home buying process. Whether you are a buyer or a seller it is a worthwhile investment.

A shower wall that is missing the wall.

Most home inspections are pre-purchase inspections. These inspections help a potential buyer get a better understanding of the property they are about to buy. While each real estate transaction is unique, the usual reason for this type inspection are to inform the seller what needs to be fixed, replaced, and/or upgraded before the close of the sale. The other main reason, is so the potential buyer gets a firm grasp of things that he or she may need to fix, replace, and/or upgrade to live in the house.

Dry wall that has seen a fair share of water seepage.

Pinnacle Home Inspection Services also provides pre-listing inspections. Anyone can get this type of inspection, but it is for current home owners. This type of inspection is for home owners that are looking for problems in their home with emphasis on finding those problems before they become larger and more expensive problems. A pre-listing inspection also allows sellers to make necessary or recommended repairs on a much more relaxed schedule than during the short closing process. Further benefits include making the home Move-in Certified if eligible, a more accurate disclosure form during the sale, and usually a faster selling time.

A little piece of wood goes a long way when it comes to safety on an outdoor staircase.

Pinnacle Home Inspection Services provides other services including site photography, property walkthroughs, 11th month warranty inspections, four point inspections, and other services.