A home inspection is a visual, non-exhaustive, yet detailed examination of the condition of a home. Most home inspections are conducted at the time of the sale known as buyers inspection. Home inspections conducted by sellers known as a pre-sale inspection. Home inspectors will examine all functional components of a home to ensure proper operation. A home is one of the most important purchases one will ever make and a home inspection is an inexpensive way to discover the universal condition of a home. It's critical to conduct a home inspection which is help you avoid a costly mistake by purchasing a property in need of major repairs. Most home buyers are so caught up in the moment, especially if they feel like they have found their 'dream home.' This euphoric feeling will push you to overlook potential problems. A good home inspector is a completely objective reviewer that will find deficiencies and even safety hazards and report those to his/her client.
A certified home inspector (required in most states) is a professional who will conduct an inspection of the general condition of the home. A good home inspection will assist a buyer in understanding exactly what they are about to purchase and a seller on problems that can be remedied before a sale. A home inspector covers most visible areas of the home to include the roof condition, electrical wiring, plumbing, insulation and ventilation, crawlspaces, and even structural conditions. As a buyer, your home purchase is likely the largest investment you will make in a lifetime, and it's every important you know the true condition of the property you are purchasing.
Most home inspections standards require operating and testing a 'representative' number of doors,windows, and receptacles. At Cochran Home Inspections in Mountain Home, Arkansas, we go a step further and operate/test all accessible doors, windows and receptacles. Additionally, we don't just find problems, we also teach you about your home, showing you locations of important shut-off valves and critical components throughout your potential home.
Call or schedule your home inspection today and let Cochran Home Inspections of Mountain Home, Arkansas, give you the peace of mind you deserve.