A great turn out at the recent Plymouth Chamber Expo!
Thank you all for stopping by our booth.
We Will Prepare Your Home Inspection Reports With Easy-to-read Details On:
• The condition of every major component from the roof to the basement
• Major and minor deficiencies
• Any major expenditures necessary
• What to watch out for
• Helpful home preservation tips
• Safety concerns
• And much more
We will review the detailed report with you to make sure you understand everything and answer any remaining questions.
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COVID 19 Update for Home InspectionsWhile there is a directive against face-to-face interactions, the home inspector can go to the property alone and inspect the house. Then he can FaceTime or hold a Zoom meeting with all of the parties before he leaves if there is something significant that everyone might need to look at. He also can include more than the normal number of photos in his report for extra clarification. For a vacant house, this is very straightforward, especially if there is a combination lockbox or a key under the doormat. For a home where the sellers are still residing, and now likely cohabitating with their kids who are home from college, you’ll need to leave the door unlocked and everyone needs to go for a long walk, appropriately socially distancing from each other. The home inspection can take from two to four hours, so plan accordingly