Home Inspections - Home Inspector Service
A Home Inspection is a non invasive, visual limited examination of accessible areas. Your Home Inspection will always be a honest and true one.
No one else involved in the process will ever influence or change the opinion of the Home inspection you receive from your Home Inspector.
Located in Winter Garden Florida.
RN Home Inspections serves the Horizon West and Orlando Area. Including Winter Garden 34787, Windermere 34786, Ocoee, Gotha, Clermont, Celebration, Montverde 34756, Orlando 32836 and More.
The Home inspector comprehensive standards of practice and ethics set are always followed.
As a Realtor and Notary Public the ethics training spills over. Supra eKey Access is available.
Included bonus with your Home Inspection
Your Home Inspection comes with The Safe Home a Free 226 page ebook. The book discusses safety and components of the home. What to look out for, and maintenance. A must read.
Complete Protection 90-Day Guarantee - A $135 value. See image for details
The Internachi 90 Day Buy Your Home Back Guarantee.
Moisture Intrusion & Air Leakage Home Inspection - Saves Energy
Before Warranty Expiration Home Inspection
Living in The Home Inspection
Before Selling Home Inspection
Insurance 4 Point Inspection
Electrical, Garage, Plumbing, Roof, Structure, Exterior Walls, Interior Walls, Interior Ceiling, Representative Number Of Windows, Bathrooms, Bedrooms.
When Should I Hire a Home Inspector?
Prior to selling your home (seller inspection)
Homeowners are required to fill out a seller’s disclosure form. Any material defects past and present must be made known to buyers. Having a home inspection done before selling can help you plan for repairs it may need. This will help get your home ready for buyers who will have a home inspector look over the property. If that home inspection fails you will have wasted time and money. Having a home inspection before selling will help you achieve top dollar for your home by knowing what is wrong prior.
Before buying resale (used home) Common Inspection
Homes old and new benefit from home inspections. Old homes may or may not of been well maintained. The home inspection will help to show some of the things that may require maintenance and repair.
Before buying a new home (Common Home inspection)
Brand new homes are just that brand new. But many times things are not built as they should of been. Commonly due to lack of supervision of the hired contractors. Many home building companies are pushing out too many homes per month, for quotas, under time constraints, and only 1 or 2 builders in charge are looking at them. Many things go overlooked and neglected. It can be as simple as shelves mounted poorly or worse miswired electrical outlets.
New home warranty Home inspection
This is sometimes called a “11th Month Warranty Inspection” Most new homes have a warranty of 1-2 years. The first year is typically the whole house. The second year will be main components like Plumbing, Electrical and Structure. The home inspection should be done weeks or months before it expires so the proper repairs can be done.
It is a good idea to allow plenty of time prior to the home warranty expiration. Sometimes the repairing contractors can damage other parts. Such as when removing cracked floor baseboard molding. It is common the drywall is damaged in the process. The first year is also a time for home settling. The home inspector can spot repairs that will be under warranty caused by settling.
individual concern inspection
Things break and age with time. As a example electric outlets age and wear so do plumbing pipes and roofs. If something has been noticed, or just from normal age, the home inspection can help confirm what you may suspect. Remember a home inspector can not make repairs so the home inspector does not benefit from finding defects.
Normal age and wear inspection
It’s normal not to see the process of a homes aging. And like a car there are parts that should have regular maintenance and yearly inspections. A home inspector can look over the house and provide observations.
After work or repairs are completed inspection
After having work or repairs done a home inspector can double check the work.
During a home walkthrough (Walkthrough Home inspection)
When purchasing a home, a final walk through should occur just before closing. Having a home inspector there to briefly look it over can be helpful. You would be surprised the things that can be damaged by the people that have had access to the home. You may of had the home inspected weeks ago but the home builder or residents had people still viewing the property.
Storms can cause damage. Lighting can fry a air conditioner and high winds can do all kinds of damage. Your home inspector attending a walkthrough is a trained eye.
A yearly maintenance home Inspection (checkup)
This is important. A lot happens over a year. Everything from normal use, to accidents, to storms can cause damage or wear. Having a home inspection can show potential issues. The home inspector may make maintenance suggestions.