Buying a home can be risky, especially when there are a lot of unknowns. It is important that you turn those “unknowns” into “knowns”, thus reducing the risk.
You need to know if the house you want to buy is in good condition, if it has mold, if there is a radon or asbestos problem, and if the plumbing leaks.
These are just a few of the very important things you need to know; things a good home inspector can sort out for you. So, where do you find one?
The odds are you don’t know a home inspector personally. I mean, how often does a person buy a house? Most people only buy a home once or twice in their lifetime, so you probably haven’t built a relationship with a home inspector over time.
“If you are buying a home, you want and need a trusted and reliable home inspector. You need someone with a record of accomplishment, a history of excellent job performance, and someone who stands behind his work one hundred percent.”
Join the more than 12,000 happy homeowners who trusted Tommy Kirby at 1st Choice Home Inspections to inspect their property before they bought. Tommy will make the same guarantee he made with them:
“If you are not 100% satisfied with my inspection, you will not be asked to pay my inspection fee.”