Please copy, paste and text the following list of questions along with your answers to me.
Utilities On or Off ?
Vacant or occupied?
Desired inspection day/time?
Agent name and number?
Text to (901)355-9370
(This is the most efficient way to serve you)
I will than look up the house and text you with my availability and fee quote
The fee is based upon;
Square footage under roof
How much inspection experience do you have?
Inspecting new and pre-owned homes in TN & MS since 1996.
Residential, multi-family, commercial,
Veteran Affairs and HUD inspections.
What do you inspect?
I inspect if the following things are performing as intended.
The Structure, Exterior, Roof, Plumbing, Electrical, Heating, Cooling, Interior, Insulation, Ventilation the built-in appliances and fireplace if installed.
How do you inspect?
I use the State required Standard of Practice.
But, as most have observed from my inspections.
I tend to look at the houses a little longer and
in a more detailed way than most inspection practices require.
Do I need the utilities on for an inspection?
I strongly advise all utilities should be on and have been functioning for at least a few days.
It may take a up to a few days for an issue to show up, Ruptured pipes can take a days, weeks or months to show a leak! Please keep in mind there are many things that can not be checked without utilities.
If utilities are just 'not available', it can be possible that some significant defects could still be discovered.
If the house has just been de- winterized,WAIT several days before the inspection!
My friend knows about houses, why should I pay you for a home inspection?
You may know someone that is very knowledgable. But, unless your friend is licensed a Home Inspector it would not be considered an official inspection, which may be required by a lender or insurance company.
A home inspection is both a investigative as well as an informative experience. After the home inspection we will discuss the inspection findings with you on-site and a detailed formal 'Home Inspection Report' will be sent to you by e-mail usually by the end of the day. The report will list the defects in a 'Summary', display lots of photos taken during the inspection as well as give general descriptive information about the systems and components in the home. Once equipped with this knowledge, you can make a informed confident buying decision about your home purchase. Some lenders may require a home inspection as a part of closing. Are you licensed and certified?
Yes. Licensed in Tennessee 407 (new construction approved) Licensed in Mississippi MHIB 0189 NH (new construction approved)
NACHI certified inspector. National Association of Certified Home Inspectors Veterans Administration Compliance inspector for handicapped veterans FHA inspector https://entp.hud.gov/idapp/html/insplook.cfm?in_fha=No Look for additional training by clicking the "Certified Home Inspector" tab.
If you want a knowledgeable and professional home inspector at a reasonable price, call and book your inspection today!
Real estate Home Inspection Service for Tennessee and Mississippi in Memphis, Shelby, Fayette, West Tennessee, Nesbit, Southaven, Olive Branch, Eads, Millington, Atoka, Collierville, Germantown, Desoto, Tate, Marshall and North Mississippi areas