In buying a home, you are about to make one of the largest purchases of your lifetime. The last thing you need is to find a major defect in your home after you move in.|
Whether you are a beginning or an experienced homebuyer, Energy Design Home Inspections Inc. recommends you obtain a professional home inspection and take advantage of these benefits:
1. Be confident you won't get surprised by major defects you hadn't bargained for
2. Be informed about the condition of the property you are buying
3. Learn how systems and fixtures work and how they should be maintained
4. Receive an expert's advice about the feasibility of making upgrades and renovations
5. Understand the construction and function of mechanical systems and safety features.
All homes should be inspected regardless of age. New construction as well as existing houses have defects. John Sacchini uses his 25 years experience of inspecting more than 12,500 homes to find potential problems.
Energy Design Home Inspections Inc., an experienced American Society of Home Inspectors member, will find these major defect that are not normally visible to the naked eye.
A home inspection is an objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a home, from the roof to the foundation. If problems are found, we may recommend further evaluation. Energy Design is a full service home inspection and environmental service operating in Bloomington Indiana and surrounding communities.
An Energy Design inspection includes:
Gutters & downspouts
Testing for radon, lead and water potability are available at an additional fee.|
You will be presented with a written report on the condition of all areas inspected and advice on their need for repair, within 24 hours.
If problems are identified during the inspection, it doesn't necessarily mean you shouldn't buy the house. It only means you will know in advance what to expect and then decide if you want to continue with your purchase plans or negotiate a different conditions for repair of the problems.
Cost for an inspection is determined by the size of the home. Call or e-mail for a precise quote and to make an appointment.