Home Inspection in Illinois





Home Maintenance inspection,
4 point insurance inspection,
Energy Consultation,
Mold sampling

Inspections are typically
Performed in Accordance with:

* Illinois Standards of Practice
* InterNACHI
Standards of Practice
* InterNACHI
Code of Ethics
No Conflict of Interest pledge.


Seller PreListing Inspection

  • Gives you the opportunity
    to become aware of,
    and repair property
    conditions so they don't
    affect the buyers offer.
  • Makes your home more
    attractive to buyers
    - they will know you're
      a committed seller.
  • Reduces the number
    of contingencies in
    a sale agreement,
    which makes closing easier.
  • Eliminates last minute
    repair hassles that
    could delay closing.


Home Buyers Inspections 

  • Reveals the need for
    repairs or replacements
    to the home components
    before you buy.
  • Provides you with
    invaluable details
    about your new home
    including location
    of shut off valves,
    where utilities are located,
    and general house operation.
  • Limits the number of
    surprises you may discover
    when you move
    into your new home.
  • Reduces the number
    of contingencies in a
    sale agreement,
    which makes closing easier.

    What is Inspected

    * Roof, vents, flashings and trim.
    * Gutters and downspouts.
    * Skylight, chimney and roof penetrations.
    * Decks, porches, walkways, railings etc.
    * Eaves, soffit and fascia.
    * Grading and drainage.
    * Basement, foundation and crawlspace.
    * Water penetration and foundation movement.
    * Heating systems.
    * Cooling systems.
    * Main water shut off valves.
    * Water heating system.
    * Interior plumbing fixtures and faucets.
    * Drainage sump pumps with accessible floats.
    * Electrical service line and meter box.
    * Main disconnect and service amperage.
    * Electrical panels, breakers and fuses.
    * Grounding and bonding.
    * GFCI’s and AFCI’s.
    * Fireplace damper door and hearth.
    * Insulation and ventilation.
    * Garage doors, safety sensors and openers.
    * And much more.


    This is a very beneficial and wise course of action.
    Its like listing insurance, your much more likely
    to get the client their asking price and in turn
    you can make sure you dont waste too much
    time on a property that is really not  ready to sell,

    you'll save your time and avoid headaches
    if you get a move in certified inspection ASAP.
    Or do you like surprises??

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