Home Inspection Basics ...
Why You Need A Home Inspection
The home buying process can be a stressful and emotional time.
A home inspector’s main purpose is to provide an objective
assessment and reduce the amount of risk involved with a real estate
An inspection does not eliminate all of the dangers, but a NAHIPA
Member can identify problems that the consumer would not.
Even if you work in the home construction industry, you probably
don’t have the breadth of knowledge to cover in the same
detail the wide range of items examined by your NAHIPA Member
NAHIPA Members have inspected thousands of homes.
We’re familiar with all the systems of a home, how they
work and need to be maintained, and the signs to look for
that may indicate something is getting ready to fail.
But beyond the technical expertise and experience a professional
inspector brings, it is important to remember that the inspector
remains an impartial third party.
If you are involved in buying or selling a house, its impossible
for you to remain completely unemotional about the house, and this
may cloud your judgment.
Your NAHIPA Member Home Inspector will provide an objective,
unbiased reporting of the facts that can help you be
confident in any decisions you make about the home.
When to get
a Home Inspector
Find a NAHIPA Member providing services in your county