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Home Inspection Tips
Home inspections are certainly an important part of buying a home -- what you don't know can hurt you. But home inspection is also a valuable part of home ownership -- and by doing your own review of major systems in your home at least once a year, you can preserve your investment and make living more comfortable.
More than seven million people will buy a new or existing home this year. While the majority of homeowners are on the right track with obtaining a home inspection for buying, selling and maintenance purposes, the difference in quality, and therefore, the protection of a homeowners’ financial interests, can best be realized when the inspection is performed by an experienced, professional home inspector.
“April is the perfect time for a home inspection,” said ASHI President Joe Corsetto. The busy buying and selling season is not yet in full swing, and it is just after the winter months when weather can be especially tough on a home.”
Spring is also a time when homeowners begin annual cleaning rituals and start preparing for summer activities or even a home purchase or sale. Whatever the reason, consumers in the market for a home inspection need to remember that the person chosen to do the inspection is just as important as the inspection itself.
Corsetto urges customers to hire an ASHI Inspector so they can be sure that the inspection includes the following major areas outlined in the ASHI Standards of Practice:
• Structure-- including basements and crawl spaces
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