A Home Maintenance Inspection for new home owners can equal money spent in the right places.
Checking out the house systems before you start any updates or major renovations can help homeowners prioritize repairs and maintenance.
One inevitable aspect of home maintenance and renovations is that there will likely be some unforeseen costs for repair or replacement that were not in the planning.
From routine maintenance, to detecting conditions that could signify the need for major repairs, there are many simple steps you can take ahead of time to prepare your home for a lifetime.
Make a list of questions prior to your home buyer inspection. You will have plenty of time after the physical house or condo inspection to address any of your concerns with me. I will help you obtain the information you need to prepare your home for a lifetime. From routine maintenance to detecting conditions that could signify the need for major repairs, the home inspection report can assist in creating a maintenance schedule.
To book your maintenance inspection:
With my own experience of completing multiple home renovations, it is important that home owners consider doing a pre renovation inspection before starting any major renovation or addition to the home.
The condition of the existing structure can determine the extent of work to be considered, along with the costs for labor and materials.
Some items to include in a renovation are:
- Architectural design & with changes
- Deteriorated finishes
- Floor & wall finishes
- Plumbing & Electrical
- Heating & Ventilation
- Fixtures & Appliances
- Waste Disposal