Why do i need a home inspection

     Why Do I Need

   A Home Inspection

 Hiring a home inspector to check out a house before you buy it takes time, but it can save you big money in the end. A home inspector can check for major flaws that might need to be fixed. After all, even if a house looks like it's in great condition, appearances can be deceiving and a home inspector's discoveries can help home buyers big-time Provided you have a home inspection contingency in your offer, you can renegotiate with the seller to fix certain problems or to lower the price. Or, if the problem is more than you want to handle (think faulty foundation or roof on the verge of caving in), you can walk away from the deal. Either way, it’s a win-win for the buyer.

      Should Homeowners have a

Pre-Inspection done on there home 


You’ve got a contract on your home for sale—congratulations! But before you start to celebrate, you’ve got to go through an ordeal that could make or break the deal: a home inspection.

The home inspection is a contingency written into most offers, meaning that if the buyers aren't happy with the result, they can cancel the sale without losing their earnest money deposit, or reopen negotiations and ask for a price reduction. So it's important to prepare yourself and your home for this important step of the process.  

Let's start at the beginning.

Every home buyer knows hiring a home inspector to check out a property before closing is a good idea. In fact, a home inspection is often a requirement. The trickier question is this: Should home sellers also hire a home inspector to conduct a pre-inspection? That's where you have an inspector inspect your property for problems before it's even listed. Pre-inspections give sellers the ability to fix problems ahead of time—and present buyers

with a clean bill of health on the property.

“If the seller knows what an inspector thinks is wrong with the house, they can fix it before the buyer's inspector shows up,This also presents a strong first impression to buyers, who may see your house in a more positive light and boost their offer.

"Dangers of mold lurking in your home"

December 02, 2017

 Mold in homes can be a costly and dangerous problem. The symptoms and health effects of black mold exposure and black mold poisoning cover a wide range of health problems, but understanding the indicators can help keep you and your family safe. Toxic black mold, or Stachybotrys chartarum, as it's known to scientists, can release spores as it feeds on organic materials in common household materials like drywall, carpet, insulation or sub-flooring that have been exposed to moisture. These spores, if ingested or inhaled, can cause a range of unpleasant and even dangerous symptoms in humans.

"Roof's leaks no one wants them"

November 14, 2017

Roof damage and roof leaks is among the most common item found in a home inspection and they are also very costly running thousands of dollars. Moisture can build inside home causing mold and bacteria to grow. Proper drainage and gutters are always recommended to avoid these issues. A home inspector can pin point these issues with details and photos that can make the home buyer make a more conscious decision.     

"Wow drone's thats what im talking about"

November 15, 2017

Drones are slowly becoming part of life with so many utilities use for them. Here at 
NationWide Home Inspections we are revolutionizing the way we conduct a home inspection by utilizing drones to detect items not seen by the human eye or simply not reachable by our inspectors. We utilize these drones to inspect cracks on roof tiles or entry points on roofs, cracked siding on high homes, windows etc.

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