AHI serves both Buyers and Sellers
AHI Information for Buyers
The Inspection covers the major components of the home to include the structure, exterior, roof, mechanicals, installed appliances, electrical, HVAC and plumbing systems, the attic, interior, basement, crawlspace, deck, and patio. With all inspections, we encourage our buyers to attend whenever possible, ask questions about the home and inspection process in order to help them become informed buyers making an educated decision.
Be sure to ask about our Home Energy and Environmental Inspections, protect your family from potential health hazards associated to asbestos, lead, mold, and radon exposure including allergic reactions, asthma, and other respiratory complaints.
First Time Home Buyer
Choose an experienced home inspection company that is “First-Time Home Buyer Friendly”, encourages newbies
to be at the inspection and takes the extra time to answer any questions and concerns about their future investment. With more than 25 years experience in real estate inspection, appraisal, lending, and construction for the residential and commercial markets, let Associated Home Inspectors give you added assurance.
AHI Information for Sellers or Pre-Listing Inspection
A Pre-Listing Inspection puts the choice in your hands. A pre-listing inspection identifies defects, items of concern or safety issues that require repair or replacement. This allows the seller the time to make repairs before the potential buyers view the home- items that might delay closing or demand a more costly solution. You can evaluate the extent of the repair, the value it brings to your listing price and decide the best course of action.
What it Includes:
The Inspection covers the major components of the home to include the structure, exterior, roof, mechanicals, installed appliances, electrical, HVAC and plumbing systems, the attic, interior, basement, crawlspace, deck, and patio.