Should You Be Home For Your Home Inspection?

Should You Be Home For Your Home Inspection?

At Crown Home Inspections, we believe that the presence of our client during a home inspection is essential. Whether you are buying or selling a home, being present for your home inspection can provide invaluable insight into the condition of the property and help you make informed decisions about your purchase or sale.

Here are just a few reasons why you should be present for your home inspection:

1. Understand the Condition of Your Home

When you are present for your home inspection, you will learn firsthand what condition your home is in. The inspector will provide a detailed report about any existing issues and explain how they could affect the value of the property. This information can help you make an informed decision about whether or not to purchase or sell the home.

2. Get Answers to Questions

When you are present for your home inspection, you have direct access to the inspector who can answer any questions you may have about the condition of the property. This is especially helpful if there are any questions that arise during the inspection process that werent covered in the report. 

3. Learn What Needs To Be Done

Being present for your home inspection also gives you an opportunity to learn more about what needs to be done to make sure your home meets safety standards and is up to code. The inspector will point out any repairs that need to be made, as well as any potential safety issues that need to be addressed.

4. Become Familiar with Your Home

Finally, being present for your home inspection gives you an opportunity to become familiar with your home before moving in or selling it. Youll get a chance to see all of its features and ask questions about how things work, which can help you feel more comfortable and prepared when it comes time to move in or out.

At Crown Home Inspections, we understand how important it is for homeowners to be present during their home inspection. We take great pride in offering highquality inspections at competitive prices with superior customer service. Our 5star ratings and fully insured status demonstrate our commitment to providing homeowners with exceptional service every time they work with us. Contact us today to schedule your home inspection!

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