Why is a home inspection necessary?

Since purchasing a home will be one of the largest investments you will ever make, it is important to make a good purchase and protect your investment. A home inspection reduces costly surprises and minimizes large expenses by taking preventative measures to identify potential repairs and maintenance. A certified home inspector has the skills and training to inspect all individual aspects of a home.

What does an inspection include?

A home inspection from Brady Home Inspection includes a thorough evaluation of integrity of the home from the foundation to the roof. We walk through, test and inspect everything to identify any problem areas that may need to be addressed or negotiated.

How much does an inspection cost?

Brady Home Inspection has a detailed pricing guideline established before the inspection begins. There will be no surprise or additional cost with our inspections.

Do I need to be there?

It is not required to be present for a home inspection, but it is highly encouraged. There is a lot of valuable information that can be learned about the home and property that can be very useful in the future. This is a great opportunity to ask a professional about the home and the overall condition.

I’m selling, should I get a pre-inspection?

Absolutely! Having a pre-inspection completed is very advantageous to an individual selling a home. It allows the opportunity to fix minor repairs and have a better understanding of the overall condition of the property. This helps to accurately price and market the property without surprises coming up when negotiating.

What is Radon? How do you test for Radon? Can it be fixed?

Radon is an odorless and tasteless gas the is occurs naturally from underground uranium. Radon is very common throughout our area. Although very harmful and dangerous, Radon is able to be mitigated and contained with the installation of a Radon system.

Do I need to have my newly constructed home inspected?

It is always a good idea to have any home inspected by a professionally licensed home inspector. These inspections can be a great way to learn more about your new home and the proper maintenance that should be done. Over time, home inspection information may become very valuable saving time and money with maintenance and preventative maintenance.