Home Inspector in Snowflake Arizona
What We Inspect
Peace Of Mind
True Home Inspections
True Home Inspections is serving the White Mountain area of Arizona. Derick is the owner and primary inspector with 20+ combined years of home improvement, construction and home inspection experience. Not all inspection companies are the same, each offers different services for different prices. True Home's inspections are comprehensive (meeting and exceeding Arizona and ASHI accepted standards) and all-inclusive – no hidden costs. True Home Inspections performs re-sale, pre-close, and warranty inspections. All reports are narrative and e-mailed very timely.
A home inspector will be able to give you unbiased advice on what needs to be tuned up, repaired, or replaced. And by getting an inspection on your property every year or two, you’ll likely be able to catch any problems before they turn into a money pit or worse, a potentially dangerous situation for your family.
What is a home maintenance inspection?
YOUR HOME INSPECTOR will conduct a thorough examination of the home, looking at things like:
Walls, floors, and ceilings
Roof and attic
Basement and foundation
Plumbing and sewage
The exterior of the home
Why Homeowners Need a Home Maintenance Inspection
That’s why it’s a good idea to hire a home inspector because contrary to what you might think, inspections are useful even after the home-buying process is over.
In this post, we’ll take a look at what a home maintenance inspection is and what differentiates it from a standard home inspection. Then, we’ll go over four reasons why you should consider making a home maintenance inspection a regular part of your home care routine
And if you’re thinking about the work of hiring movers or attending the closing, you’re right — but that’s not all. The next step in the home-buying process is to order a home inspection before you finalize the sale.
But some buyers choose to forego the home inspection altogether, especially if they’re in a hurry. Is hiring a home inspector really important, you ask?
In a word: Yes. In fact, we’d argue that it’s crucial.
In this post, we’ll go over the basics of a home inspection, why you need one, and how to hire the right home inspector for your needs.
What To Expect
Before The Inspection
Book Your Inspection
After your inspection has been booked and prior to the date of inspection we will confirm and remind you of your appointment. We will let you know of any prerequisites that we need prior to the home inspection. We will need to make sure we have full access to all rooms, crawl spaces, attics, and out buildings.
Our working hours are Monday - Saturday 9am to 5pm. Typically the latest we schedule inspections for is 3pm so we can ensure that we have plenty of time to complete the visual inspection in the first visit.
Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm
What To Expect
Day Of Inspection
A home inspection is a visual assessment of a house’s physical structure and mechanical systems, including the roof, ceilings, walls, floors, windows and doors.
We check that all the major appliances are functional, scrutinize the heating and air-conditioning system, examine the plumbing and electrical systems and even inspect the attic, basement and/or crawlspace.
The goal of a home inspection is to uncover issues with the home itself. Inspectors won’t tell you if you’re getting a good deal on the home or offer an opinion on the sale price.
We use the top of the line home inspection software called HomeGuage to compile findings into a easy to follow and use report. These reports can be sent via email, printed, or accessed directly on our website through the client portal.
Using HomeGuage we can typically complete a home inspection report within 24 to 48 hours of completing the visual home inspection.