Home Inspections Winter Park
Why Hire Sawtooth Mountain Builders, Inc. to Inspect Your Property?
When you have a substantial purchase on the horizon, or just a vested interest in a property, why hire someone that just passed a ten hour course when instead you can hire industry professionals with decades of home building experience? Sawtooth Mountain Builders, Inc. are licensed general contractors in Grand County with over 20 years of general contracting and home building experience that far exceeds the knowledge of a regular inspector.
Surprisingly, Colorado law does not require a home inspector to be certified or even pass the most rudimentary test to offer inspection services to the public! Given the choice, hiring professional, licensed, general contractors to inspect your home is by far the smartest route. Sawtooth Mountain Builders, Inc. is also certified by InterNACHI, which is the nationally recognized inspector education service based in Boulder, CO.
Sawtooth Mountain Builders, Inc. will be able to professionally weigh in on the property’s integrity, considering their extensive knowledge of the construction process, current building codes and other pertinent knowledge pertaining to sound building practices.
What is a Home Inspection?
A home inspection is defined as a “limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home”. Home inspections are usually conducted by a home inspector who has the training and certifications to perform such inspections. The inspector prepares a written report of findings and delivers it to the client. The client then utilizes the report to make informed decisions about their pending real estate purchase. The home inspector describes the condition of the home at the time of inspection, but does not warrant the efficiency, or life expectancy, of the home, its systems and/or components.
When are Home Inspections Warranted?
The number one reason why people hire inspectors is to ascertain a property’s internal and external condition during a pending sale. Prospective buyers hire a home inspector as part of their due diligence; if problems arise, the buyers will have the opportunity to request repairs and/or credits from the seller, or if the problems are serious, the buyers can terminate the sale.
But property inspections are ideal most any time! Reason being, property owners can then have a clear idea as to the current state of their property and can address apparent problems and/or concerns before they turn into larger problems. The peace of mind that comes with knowing your home is safe and structurally sound is priceless. Additionally, if an owner is planning to sell in the near future, having the property inspected prior so they can fix or remedy any existing problems prior to enlisting it to the market can eliminate potential obstacles to a quick sale.