ASHI New England home inspectors offer the highest quality home inspections in the real estate industry. ASHI—The American Society of Home Inspectors— is the Nation’s oldest non-profit professional organization for independent home inspectors. The ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics are the most recognized standards for the home inspection profession. An ASHI New England home inspector is your assurance that your home inspection is the best the Industry has to offer.
Our inspections are informative, educational and hands on. We encourage our clients to follow us through the inspection and ask questions.
Within 24 hours of the inspection, we deliver an electronic report including a one page color coded summary of items already discussed along with photos, recommendations, maintenance tips and a schedule to follow. Consider it something of a "new owner's manual" for your home.
To avoid the unpleasant surprises a home inspection may bring to light, homeowners looking to put their house on the market can opt for a prelisting home inspection, which provides sellers with a thorough report before the home goes on the market. Sellers have the opportunity to make necessary repairs before potential buyers start touring the property and to avoid a deal that falls through due to structural or maintenance problems that could lead to other potential buyers steering clear of a property that has issues.
An all-encompassing examination of the condition of a home. A good home inspection will assist a buyer in understanding exactly what they are about to acquire by examining the structure, exterior, roof, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, interior, insulation and ventilation. A home inspection will definitely give the buyer peace of mind and put the buyer’s mind at ease that the home is in good shape. It can also become a negotiation tool in closing, and could inform the buyer of potential future maintenance and upkeep.
RADON: Radon gas from natural sources can accumulate in homes, especially in confined areas such as attics and basements. Radon levels fluctuate naturally, therefore testing for high levels is important.
TERMITE/WOOD DESTROYING ORANISM: Check for signs of structural damage caused by wood boring insects. These insects may cause problems down the road.
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