New Canaan Home Inspector

You've found it! After all of the researching - on-line, open houses, touring with your New Canaan Realtor - you have found your dream home. Having Home Inspection to examine perhaps your largest investment is an easy decision. What should you expect from a home inspection? There is a big difference with what different Home Inspection in New Canaan, CT offer you. You need "A home inspection the way it should be".

Having professionally inspected thousands of properties in Westchester and Fairfield County, I have discovered that no person ever sees it all. There's always some new surprise when you least expect it. Nevertheless, I've also found some standard kinds of property imperfections which rear their ugly heads as frequently as the sun goes up, not just in older New Canaan houses, but often in a new one, even before the smell of new paint become a memory.

Trained New Canaan Home Inspector

Although I do take time to inspect your New Canaan house carefully, I also take time to reveal the results so you fully understand your property's condition. My home inspection reports are really easy to read, computer generated and customized having digital pictures of your new property. When completed, you'll have a much better comprehension of the designs of your home and how it functions. Your report can be your home reference guide to refer to if needed. In case you have inquiries prior to, during or after the inspection, just simply ask me. I will do everything I can to help you through the inspection process. With the inspection agreement, the inspection itself, understanding your report and addressing every question you may have. You could call with any question or for any reason between the hours of 6 AM to 10:00 PM, 7 days a week. If I don't have the answer for you immediately, I'm able to call on over 8,000 Home Inspector associates of the International Association of Certified Home Inspector (InterNACHI) who I can ask any question 24 / 7 and often have an answer in a couple of hours.

Custom Home Inspection- No two houses in New Canaan area exactly the same and not everyone needs nor would like exactly the same home inspection. A rehabber in New Canaan needs a different inspection than a family past the New Canaan area. I offer different kinds of home inspections so you can get the inspection that suits YOUR individual needs.

Detailed New Canaan Home Inspector - No matter what type of inspection you ultimately choose, your New Canaan home inspection will cover each of the details that are necessary to YOU. I plan a maximum of two customers per day so that I can spend the required time and energy to complete your home inspection the way it should be. My home inspection reports includes your participation and final walk-through about your house and common maintenance and safety tips.

Honest Home Inspection- I have absolutely no incentive to report something besides the precise condition of your New Canaan property. I only do home inspections and do not offer fixes or recommendations for any problems that may be uncovered. I don't work with the New Canaan Realtors - even if they introduced me to you. I work only for you and try everything to make your home inspection as easy for you as possible.

Guaranteed Service- It’s genuinely simple - you need to be totally satisfied with your home inspection. If you are not pleased about my work, let me know just before you receive your New Canaan home inspection report, and I'll make it right, or you do not pay.

If you want price, please call me at (877)723-0011 (I answer my phone 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM, seven days a week) or fill out my online contact form. I'll have a firm price for you that's good for 30 days.

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