Alpine Home Inspection Services
Home Inspections for the Central Wisconsin Area
Residential Home Inspection Services
Before you buy a home, you need to find out its true condition. As an experienced and dedicated home inspector it is encouraged for clients to attend the inspection for a walkthrough of the home, along with a detailed inspection report. Find out if the home you’re interested in is actually worth the asking price by working with Alpine Home Inspection.
Buyer’s Home Inspection
A Buyer’s Home Inspection is a critical piece of the homebuying puzzle. Without it, you could end up with a new house that requires tens of thousands of dollars to repair undisclosed damages. The Home Inspection closely adheres to the Standards of Practice created by the state of Wisconsin. As long as he can safely access them, he will inspect all of the following:
- Structural System
- Roof System
- Plumbing System
- Electrical System
- Heating System
- Air Conditioning Systems
- Insulation and Ventilation
- Solid Fuel Burning Appliances
Pre-Listing/Seller’s Home Inspection
Buyers are going to hire a home inspector, so it’s important for sellers to already know about any issues in their house. With this inspection service, you can achieve peace of mind by getting a thorough report that helps you avoid any last-minute surprises. Once you receive the inspection report, you can decide which items to repair and which ones to disclose when you put the house on the market. Keep in mind that this level of transparency and honesty is going to help you stand out and is likely to result in a faster sale.
New Construction Inspection
Has your home builder given you the impression that new construction equals perfect? Sadly, it’s very rare for newly constructed homes to be completely free of defects and construction shortcuts, so it’s imperative to get the property inspected before you finalize everything. Booking this home inspection service is a great way to protect your investment and avoid disappointment on move-in day.
Not only are newly constructed homes rarely perfect, but it’s also extremely uncommon for them to remain in top-notch condition throughout the first 12 months. Most builders provide a 1-Year Builder’s Warranty, but you’d be surprised how many homeowners fail to take advantage of this cost-saving option. By booking an 11-Month Inspection, you can find out about any material defects or any other issues before the warranty expires.