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Home Inspector

When you’re buying a home, it’s important to have a thorough understanding of what you’re purchasing. Not just to know if the price is reasonable, but also to understand what work you may need to do to the home in the short and the long term. A quality home inspector understands how each part of your home should look and operate. They can assess its condition without being too invasive. Then, they can give you the assurances you need to invest in the property or to make a plan as to how to improve it moving forward.

Choosing a Baeumler Approved home inspection company from can give you the peace of mind you need to buy a home and move your family into it.

What to Expect from a Home Inspection

Home inspectors visually inspect the major parts of a home before your sale is finalized. Your home inspector can check if these parts of the home are working properly and are safe. Home inspectors typically check up on the roof, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, and many more parts of the home. They also look for an absence of major issues such as mold, cracked foundation, and more.

Home inspectors perform visual inspections and don’t cause damage to the home. This means that they won’t rip open walls, lift shingles, or do other more invasive inspection methods. This is beneficial because it means you don’t have to do repairs after. However, it also may be a disadvantage in that home inspectors may not catch some deeper issues with the home.

Your home inspector should be happy to explain their process and what they look for when they examine a house. If your home inspector offers a warranty, they should have it clearly written on your quote so that you understand precisely what is covered and what is not.

What if your home inspector finds a major problem with your home? Before closing, you can negotiate with the home seller as to what they can fix or if you can adjust the price of the home to reflect the cost of making these renovations.

Home inspectors also often give you an idea of what kind of maintenance your home will need over the next few years. They may notice minor issues that will require work eventually but aren’t worth bringing to the current homeowner’s attention.

Why Choose a Baeumler Approved Home Inspector?

Home inspectors are supposed to give you peace of mind, so working with one that you trust and respect is essential. Baeumler Approved home inspection companies in have demonstrated their commitment to honesty, integrity, and fair treatment of homeowners and homebuyers. In short, they are professionals that you can trust to find safety issues with your property.

As with all Baeumler Approved professionals, home inspectors must abide by our Code of Conduct, or they can be removed from the program without refund.