any home sale, professional inspections are important for both buyers and sellers.
Sellers can use pre-sale inspections to head off potential negotiation problems
with buyers and also to present their home in the best possible way with the least
worry to someone interested in purchasing their property. For buyers, inspections
are even more important to ensure that major systems are in good working condition
and have an acceptable remaining life span to them.
real estate inspections include a house inspection, pest inspection, and sometimes
separate inspections (if needed) of specific house systems such as roofing, electrical,
septic, etc. Much rarer inspections include radon testing, indoor air quality
testing, asbestos testing, soil analysis, property line surveying, arborist assessments,
and other options.
WaterHavens have their own particular
features which sometime warrant geotechnical
inspections or underwater inspections of piers, pilings, and floating home floats.
Underwater inspections are performed by divers trained to look for wood rot, infestations
(gribbles and other organisms), pre-existing designs needing improvements, components
needing replacement, erosive undermining, and such. As we work together I will
provide you with recommendations from my extensive contacts for all of these professionals