DG Home Inspections offers professional home inspection services that will help you steer clear of preventable complications that can sometimes come up after a real estate transaction is already finalized. Before your final closing date, we’ll make sure that you’re knowledgeable about potential existing issues so that you’re able to make an informed decision. We adhere to InterNACHI’s rigorous Standards of Practice.
Our Buyer’s Inspection is a meticulous visual evaluation of a home’s readily accessible structures and mechanical components. You can log in to our website to view your itemized inspection report in less than 24 hours after the completed service.
We inspect the following areas of the home:
- Roofing System (including gutters & downspouts)
- Foundation & Crawl Spaces
- Structural Components
- Exterior (doors, windows, siding)
- Interior (doors, windows, walls, floors, ceilings, stairs)
- Attic, Insulation, & Ventilation
- Grounds (grading & drainage)
- Driveways & Walkways
- Attached Garage
- Deck & Patio
- Electrical System
- Plumbing System
- Heating & Cooling Systems
- Built-in Appliances
We’ll utilize a gas leak detector, carbon monoxide detector, and moisture meter during the inspection at no extra charge as necessary.
It’s not in your best interest to try to sell a home without first learning more about the home’s strengths and weaknesses from a qualified professional—and that’s where a Pre-Listing Inspection comes into play. We’ll assess the condition of the home’s readily accessible features, improving your knowledge of the home so that you’re able to make improvements that could facilitate a more successful sale by helping prevent stalled negotiations and excessively low bidding.
New Construction Inspection
When we conduct this inspection service, we’ll investigate a new home’s condition prior to the builder’s final walkthrough. This will protect your interests as a home buyer by revealing potential defects that you’ll want to have addressed before you close on the property.
11th Month Warranty Inspection
An 11th Month Warranty Inspection needs to be scheduled before the warranty on your new home expires—and this is almost invariably within the first year of owning the property. By having the home thoroughly evaluated during this time, you’ll learn about potential deficiencies which may be covered by the warranty agreement so that you don’t have to pay for repairs solely out of pocket.
Home Maintenance Inspection
To assist you with the regular maintenance of your home, we offer this comprehensive inspection service. We’ll thoroughly assess the readily accessible structures and mechanical systems of your home, presenting you with detailed findings that will help you prioritize which components need to be maintained at the present time.
4 Point Inspection
This truncated inspection service will focus on the primary mechanical systems that need to be in good condition in order for a home to be suitably livable. A 4 Point Inspection is not intended to replace a full Buyer’s Inspection.
If our Buyer’s Inspection revealed defective areas of a home, you can arrange for this inspection service to be performed after the seller has agreed to put the necessary repairs in place. We’ll make sure that the repairs were done correctly before you close on the home, giving you much-needed peace of mind and confidence in the home’s condition.
DG HOME INSPECTIONS
At DG Home Inspections, we offer a professional home inspection that will make it clear what to expect from a prospective home purchase—giving you easy-to-follow information that will show you exactly what you’re buying. Contact us today to request an inspection.
Ask about our discounts for active-duty military, veterans, and first responders. Evening appointments are available when requested in advance.
Inspection fees are dependent upon the size of the home, the type of property, and specific location. Please call for a quote.