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About Our Company
Yes, our company has 10 years of experience providing the best, reliable and one-stop solution for all your hassles due to leakages and seepages. The motive behind launching a home inspection service before waterproofing is to detect the source and the exact location of the problem, which may not be visible to our naked eye. Our customer’s valuable feedback for ten great years of the journey is quality, professional, and trustworthy. Welcome to our happy family of clients for a dedicated and customized service.
What We Focus In A Home Inspection
Serving In And Around Bangalore
We provide Home Inspection Services and Waterproofing services in and around the Bangalore area. The services offered by the company are newly constructed home inspections, ready-to-move-in home inspections, resale home inspections, rental home inspections, seepage home inspections, and annual thermography home inspections. Some people directly adapt to any waterproofing solution to their home water damages without a proper review. It is not reliable, and the issue may reoccur within a short span of time because the problem is not addressed in the right way. Without finding the root cause of leakages or seepages, it is a waste of effort, time, and money. We have experts in identifying the source of leakages or seepages through a thorough home inspection process. Then, analyzing the results, they recommend the proper waterproofing procedure for each of your home’s specific problems.
What Our Customers Say
Home inspection services in Bangalore
Our home inspection process stands out because we are solely concentrated on leakage detection and water leakage prevention that may cause in the future. Our home inspection process can detect defects in a building that may cause ceiling leakage, wall dampness or paint peal of in the future.
What is a Home Inspection?
Home inspection determines the exact condition of your home while buying or selling it. The certified home inspectors do a thorough review of your home to detect the significant safety issues, dis- functionality, or end of service life of various built parts. The motive of this process is to reveal the defective, hazardous problems in walls, ceilings, floors, doors, windows, HVAC, electrical, and plumbing provisions, along with the discovery of dampness, moisture, and seepages. So, it’s always better to do a home inspection before the appraisal to increase the value of your home. On average, the home inspection usually takes 2 to 4 hours to complete, but it is also dependent on the size and condition of the house. Once the assessment is done, the home inspector reports to the client within two days and their findings, evidence of the defects, and suitable recommendations.
Benefits Of Home Inspection For Property Buyers :
The buyers prefer to have a home inspection to ensure the durability of the structure before moving in. This process helps to reduce the reoccurring expenses by preventing future repair work. Some of the things that the home buyers have to be cautious about are the foundation failures, faulty wiring, no ventilation, non-functional windows, dampness, leakages, and seepages on walls, floors, or ceilings, hidden mold growth, foul smell, pest infestation, cracks, gaps or crevices on the roof, terrace, etc., This process helps the homebuyers to have a better understanding about the prospective house and to minimize the unexpected difficulties after moving in. A professional home inspection of the buyer ensures that he buys the home in its best physical condition.
Benefits Of Home Inspection For Property Sellers :
The seller’s home inspection offers immediate and long-term benefits to avoid deal breakers. A pre-inspected home has a competitive advantage in the market. The home sellers can increase the asking price if they are aware of the defects or issues previously. The home seller fixes any problem areas related to safety risks or property damages and avoids the buyer’s negotiation for repair work. So, the seller’s good home inspection report will leverage the home value throughout the selling process and ultimately helps to close the deal quickly.
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Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ )
What does a typical home inspection include?
The standard home inspection covers the condition of the home’s foundation, basement, and structural components, HVAC system, interior plumbing, the roof, attic, and other visible insulations, water leakages, good shape of walls, ceilings, and floors, proper functioning of windows, doors, pest infestation, mold growth, and foul smell to ensure the safety of living in the home.
What things fail in a home inspection?
The home inspector may identify some of the important and severe issues that have to be fixed as early as possible for everyone’s safety. The most common things that fail in a home inspection are interior plumbing and pipe issues, leakage and mould growth, electrical insulations, structural issues, improper drainage, poor ventilation, broken HVAC, lead paints on walls and leaky ceilings. .
Is a home inspection worth it? What are the red flags in a home inspection?
The home inspection cost is typically worth it because it is far less than the average future repair cost of a home. It is the key that uncovers the red flags like water damages, floor cracks, external building flaws, inadequate insulation, roof issues, pest infestation, broken or faulty window seals, leaky pipes, damp walls and faulty light switches.
Do home inspectors move things?
Home inspector focuses on the building structure and the systems like HVAC, electrical, plumbing, etc., so, they won’t move any appliances, furniture or any other belongings beyond the basic inspection guidelines.
Should you ever buy a house without an inspection?
Buying a home without an inspection is a risky thing. As a home inspection covers the critical information regarding the safety and functioning of the systems, it is necessary for both the home buyers and the sellers. Also, it reveals the bigger picture of the current home condition that helps to increase longevity and value.