Whole House Inspection

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Affordable Whole House Inspections in Greenville, SC

With our whole house inspection service in Greenville, SC, our home inspectors examine all accessible and visible parts of your house. Our complete home inspection procedure is non-invasive and follows the ASHI, or American Society of Home Inspectors, national standards, as well as the ASHI code of ethics and laws set by the state of South Carolina.

Don’t just get a whole house inspection when you are in the process of purchasing a home. We recommend you get an entire home inspection every three to five years after you move into your new house.

The main reason that homeowners don’t get their houses inspected regularly is because the only time they think about a property inspection is when they are in the process of buying the home. Sounds right, doesn’t it?

Many South Carolina home sellers and buyers tend to think that the only time they should be thinking about the health of their property is when they’re in the process of buying or selling it.
This is a misleading because all the while you own property, you’re in a “financial transaction” with it.

Think about it. You pay utilities and the mortgage every month. So, don’t you want to know that the money you are putting out for your investment is worth it? That your property isn’t falling apart and you don’t

Avoid Costly Surprises

Here’s another one. Many homeowners don’t get home inspections because they think that the home inspector will find lots of problems that will cost a lot of money. But here’s the thing. It doesn’t matter what the house inspector spots, you do need to know the condition of your property. As home inspectors, we can’t force you to fix anything.

You might be surprised to know that home inspections usually find problems that are very affordable to fix, which is a good thing because you don’t want the damage to get worse and lead to you paying thousands of dollars in repair costs.

Highland Inspection Service is committed to helping you sustain your home with our valuable, much-needed home inspection service. This way, you can use your home’s equity for more vital things, like a new car, a vacation, or maybe even look for a new home. You don’t want to have to spend that money on expensive repairs if you don’t need to.

Learn About Your Home

A detailed house inspection takes typically 2 to 3 hours or more, depending on the age and size of the house. We always suggest that you are present at your home inspection so you can ask questions to our home inspector and have the areas that need repairs pointed out to you.

Purchasing a new house may be the most significant investment you’ll ever make, so it is critical to be thoroughly informed about your dream house before you buy. Although it is an exciting time, it can start to feel overwhelming. Understanding what to expect will aid you in making the right decisions about your home, regardless if it’s an old house or one built from the ground up.

While the house you have chosen may seem to be just what you’re looking for, there might be areas of concern that aren’t visible to the untrained eye.

A whole home inspection by us accomplishes a couple of things. First, it gives you a chance to know the real condition of the home, including the structure, as well as the state of the pipes, HVAC unit, and more.

Second, it brings any issues to the seller’s attention at a point when they can be taken care of before closing the sale.

Our whole home inspection includes a visual assessment of the structure from top to bottom, including the electrical systems, HVAC unit, appliances, roof, attic, foundation, windows, doors, floors, walls, basement, crawlspace, ceilings, garage, plumbing, and electrical systems.

If you would like to know who we are and what we do, please take some time to look over our website. There is a lot of information to help you get a better understanding of the ins and outs of property and home inspections. We ensure that this information will be helpful for you.

One of our whole home inspectors will be happy to talk with you. We are committed to providing you with the necessary information, so you can make an informed decision about requesting a house inspection.