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The way of fools seems right to them, but the wise listen to advice.  Proverbs 12:15 NIV

Why A Home Inspection?

Would you buy a used car without

knowing its condition?

Of course not, so why invest in something that can cost 20-30 times the cost of a car without knowing if there is anything wrong with it?

A professional home inspection is your best tool when it comes to making the most of your home investment.  Whether you are buying or selling, an objective, professional inspection will provide you with important information that you can use.

If you’re buying, you want to know that the home you are considering is safe and sound.  You want to avoid unwelcome and costly surprises. 

If you are selling your home, you will need to make full disclosure of any and all deficiencies.  You’ll want to know what, if any repairs to make so you can market your home most effectively.

 

Whichever side of the “For Sale” sign you are on, a quality home inspection is essential.

What Type Inspection Do You Need?

Buying a Home?

Proper Evaluation of Your New Home Helps Eliminate Surprises

You want as much information as possible about the home you are considering for purchase, and a comprehensive home inspection offers important protection for your investment.  Our inspection evaluates home safety, structural and mechanical soundness, as well as looking for any risks to your family’s health.  We also identify potential maintenance issues and help you eliminate unwelcome surprises.

A professional home buyer inspection will provide you with a comprehensive visual evaluation of the interior and exterior of your home.  You will receive a detailed and understandable report that you can use to make important decisions.

Exterior evaluation includes:

·         Roof, Chimney, Flashings, Valleys

·         Siding, trim, Windows, Storms

·         Landscaping, Grading, Drainage

·         Gutters, Downspouts

·         Driveways, Patios, Decks, Porches

·         HVAC Systems​

Interior evaluation includes:

·         HVAC Systems

·         Plumbing Systems

·         Electrical Systems

·         Walls, Floors, Ceilings, Windows

·         Structure

·         Attic, Ventilation

 

Selling Your Home?

A Pre-Listing Inspection Is the Best Choice For You.

Put Yourself In Charge of the Home Inspection Process.

Our home inspection gives you a powerful marketing tool to set your home apart.  We point out repairs that you may wish to make before you put your home up for sale.  Our evaluation and report provide the information you need to make full disclosure prior to the sale.  Along with T2HS Pre-Sale Inspection Marketing Materials, a pre-sale home inspection can be your competitive edge when it comes to offering the buyer greater peace of mind.

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A professional Pre-Sale inspection will provide you with a comprehensive visual evaluation of the interior and exterior of your home.  You will receive a complimentary web listing and lead generations, as well as a detailed and understandable report that you can use to make important decisions.

Exterior evaluation includes:

·         Roof, Chimney, Flashings, Valleys

·         Siding, trim, Windows, Storms

·         Landscaping, Grading, Drainage

·         Gutters, Downspouts

·         Driveways, Patios, Decks, Porches

·         HVAC Systems​

Interior evaluation includes:

·         HVAC Systems

·         Plumbing Systems

·         Electrical Systems

·         Walls, Floors, Ceilings, Windows

·         Structure

·         Attic, Ventilation

 

Need a Check-Up?

T2HS can give your home a complete physical.

If you have been in your home more than 5 years, its a good chance that something has changed or even deteriorated since you bought the home.  A complete Home Inspection is simply the most thorough and cost efficient way of checking up on the condition of your home.  T2HS evaluates home safety, structural and mechanical soundness, as well as looking for any risks to your family’s health.  We also identify potential maintenance issues and help you eliminate unwelcome surprises.

A professional Home Health Check will provide you with a comprehensive visual evaluation of the interior and exterior of your home.  You will receive a detailed and understandable report that you can use to make important decisions.

Exterior evaluation includes:

·         Roof, Chimney, Flashings, Valleys

·         Siding, trim, Windows, Storms

·         Landscaping, Grading, Drainage

·         Gutters, Downspouts

·         Driveways, Patios, Decks, Porches

·         HVAC Systems​

Interior evaluation includes:

·         HVAC Systems

·         Plumbing Systems

·         Electrical Systems

·         Walls, Floors, Ceilings, Windows

·         Structure

·         Attic, Ventilation

 

Energy Usage Check-Up

Get a "Miles per Gallon" evaluation of your homes energy usage

Imagine you are in the market to buy a car and comparing your options. You are weighing a number of factors in your purchasing decision, including performance, cost, size, and appearance. When you ask the salesperson what the miles-per-gallon rating for each car is, they shrug and say, “I don’t know.” Even if fuel efficiency is not the only factor you are considering, this would probably concern you as a prospective buyer.

And yet, this is how most people make decisions when buying or renting a home: without any information about how much energy the home is expected to use, how much this will cost them, or how to cost-effectively lower energy expenses.

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Developed by DOE and its national laboratories, the Home Energy Score provides home owners, buyers, and renters directly comparable and credible information about a home's energy use. Like a miles-per-gallon rating for a car, the Home Energy Score is based on a standard assessment of energy-related assets to easily compare energy use across the housing market.

Read More About The Score

If you are buying or refinancing your home, there are financing options to help you afford an energy efficient home or pay for efficiency improvements. Home Energy Score is an accepted energy label to help borrowers qualify for attractive energy-related loan products offered by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac.

Read the DOE blog post on these financing products for more information.