Whether the home you want to purchase is a century old or just built, the best way to know its true condition is to have a professional home inspection performed. Unlike other firms, our home inspectors are trained by the licensed contractors to identify all potential problem areas and pinpoint the ones that require immediate attention. We check the condition of the structure, the foundation, electrical, plumbing, the roof and every other potential problem area. Please see the inspection sample reports for more details.
Whether you are selling your home on your own or using a Realtor, it’s always wise to have a professional home inspection. Your home might have hidden problems that you weren’t aware of, and it is definitely better that you know about the issues before entering into contract negotiations. Reveal Home Services will give you an accurate assessment of your home’s condition. We’ll help you understand which problems need to be addressed before the sale and which ones can wait. We help you get the information you need to be able to negotiate a fair price.
Our full home inspections cover all elements of the home from the roof to the foundation. This includes all of the major systems of the home as well as the interior in a room-by-room inspection.
Our condo inspections cover all of the interior elements of a condominium unit as well as the common areas such as parking and storage spaces. Specialized condo inspections are available for smaller HOA’s or TIC buildings.
Our multi unit inspections cover the entire structure of the building plus as many units as you want to be inspected. We examine the major systems of the building including the roof, exterior, and structural systems. This inspection is customizable to your needs.
Our commercial inspections enable investors and business owners to do their due diligence before signing long-term leases or purchasing a commercial property. Commercial inspections cover the building, its major systems, and general conditions.
Our new construction inspections come in two phases: pre-drywall and pre-closing. It is important to realize that most new homes have defects that are not easily spotted. Many builders cannot follow every sub-contractor every step of the way. The final walk through with the builder, is mainly for aesthetics and not a detailed inspection.
Our roof inspections cover the entire roofing installation and its subsystems. The roof inspection’s aim is to give you an accurate assessment of the condition of the roof, an approximate age of its components, and a general estimate of remaining life.