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Few people are going to spend more money on anything else in their lives than they will spend on a house. If this is your first home purchase, you may not be fully familiar with all the ins and outs of the process. When you enter into a contract to buy a home, there are very good reasons that this contract should be contingent on having it inspected by a professional, licensed home inspector.

Protecting Your Family’s Safety

During a home inspection, the inspector will check the physical structure and major systems of the home. As the prospective buyer, this will let you know that there is nothing unsafe about the home before you or your family move into it.

Negotiating Power Over the Final Price

When you enter into a contract to buy a home, you do so at a particular offer price. This offer assumes that the home is in a certain degree of good structural shape and that its systems, such as electrical, furnace and plumbing, are functioning properly. If they are not, a good home inspector will uncover this fact for you. With the information that a thorough home inspection report provides, you can go back to the seller and ask that they either make the necessary repairs to anything that doesn’t measure up or subtract the estimated amount it would take to repair the deficiencies from the asking price.

It Lets You Get out of a Bad Deal

Sometimes, the issues that are turned up by a home inspection are so major that you may just want to get out of the deal altogether. These will typically be major structural safety issues or perhaps the wiring, or plumbing, or HVAC system is in such disrepair that you have to wonder what else may be wrong beneath the surface. Getting a home inspection will keep you from buying a lemon and make sure your dream home isn’t a nightmare.

Learn About Your New Home

In most instances, as the buyer, you should be able to follow the inspector around as they check out the house. This will let you know where things, such as the circuit breaker box and other critical components, are located in the home. This is also why the seller needs to make sure such areas are accessible to the home inspector. Going with them on the inspection will give you a heads up on items that may be satisfactory now but may require maintenance or upkeep in the near future so you can plan.

Finding a Home Inspector in the Bucks County Area

Because a home inspection is so important, you want to make sure it’s done by a professional. At SPT Home Inspection Services, our certified inspectors are licensed and insured through the state of Pennsylvania by the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI). They are also trained by the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).

Located in Yardley, Pennsylvania, we conduct inspections on homes in the Philadelphia area including Bucks County, Berks County, Chester County, Montgomery County and Philadelphia. Beyond regular home inspections, we can also do radon, termite, mold or water inspections if our initial inspection indicates a need for any of these. Upon completion of your inspection, we provide you with a detailed yet concise report that tells you everything we found, so you are armed with the information you need to negotiate with the seller. Please contact us to inspect any home you’re thinking of purchasing in this area, and we’ll help you protect this huge investment decision while ensuring it’s safe for your family.

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