Home inspections may need to be scheduled for a number of reasons, the most important being buying or selling a home.

Before you purchase or sell a home in Reno it is very important to make sure you know exactly what you have on your plate in terms of your property. With help from Grush Inspections, we can help you identify costly repairs before you buy or sell. A home is one of the most important and largest purchases many people make and going in blind can be extremely costly.

There is a big opportunity and advantage of getting a home inspection. Most homes come with some form of issues, especially older homes. Home inspections can be used as a contingency in your contract with the seller. This is in a sense your “get out of jail free” card. For example, let’s say our home inspector identifies that there is structural damage to the home you are looking to purchase. This can be a significant cost that you do not want to deal with. Luckily, a home inspection contingency will protect you in this sort of situation as you can now back out of your offer on the home without any penalties. Keep in mind, many situations and agreements can differ, but in general, this is how a contingency based on a home inspection works.

residential home inspections

As Certified Home Inspectors With Decades of Combined Experience, Grush Inspections Will Inspect:

    • the exterior
    • the interior
    • foundation
    • roof
    • grading 

    • electrical
    • plumbing
    • HVAC
    • insulation
    • ventilation

Once these inspections have been performed, Grush Inspections will provide you with an easy-to-read, detailed report in no more than one business day detailing the findings of the inspection and offering you helpful solutions to any found defects.

Feel More Comfortable Purchasing a Home

The term “buyers’ remorse” is the last thing you want to experience when investing in your new home. With a home inspection, you’ll feel far more comfortable with your decision. Home inspectors can reveal items like “quick fixes” made to deceive the prospective buyer. Code violations are another big red flag that may not be obvious but will end up costing you in the long run when you go to sell the house.

Bringing Your Home up to Current Safety Standards

This is crucial in the sale of your home, and just as important in the purchasing process to ensure you are making a good investment and don’t have any surprises coming your way! While some home buyers don’t mind ‘fixer-uppers,’ they still want to know exactly what issues they can expect to deal with to properly budget their dream home.

It’s always a great choice to schedule a home inspection – it’s an even better decision when it’s scheduled through us. Contact the professional Nevada licensed Master and Residential Home Inspectors and Principal Pest Inspectors today for a consultation.