Buying a home is probably the most expensive investment you will ever make. For a mere fraction of the cost of your new home, you can use the services of a qualified inspector with the knowledge and expertise to get a clear understanding of the homes’ current physical condition. If you do not agree with the condition of your building you can renegotiate the terms of sale or make the necessary arrangements for repairs. You may prefer to have the seller make repairs, or you may negotiate a price cut. The choice is yours; keep in mind you will be in a far more difficult position if problems are discovered after finalization of the deal.
The type of assessment conducted is designed to meet the expectations of each client. Factors such as the age of the property, expected useful life, occupancy status, and type of construction will impact the assessment process. A Residential Building Inspection ranges from an examination of a single component (i.e., the structure, roof, electrical system, etc.) to a comprehensive evaluation of all major systems and components including mechanical systems, electrical and plumbing systems, the grounds (including parking lots) and all facets of the building envelope (stucco, roofing, doors/windows, etc.).
With the use of state-of-the-art thermal imaging cameras, TCE&I can perform on-the spot thermal imaging inspections for its clients. This capability to deliver immediate and efficient results places the professionals at TCE&I in a unique position among its competitors and allows us the opportunity to exceed the expectations of our clients. In cases where the facility requires improvements, TCE&I provide both timeframe and cost-to-cure estimates in the report. Our comprehensive and accurate reports will guide our clients in making solid business decisions.
In cases where the facility requires improvements, TCE&I provide both timeframe and cost-to-cure estimates in the report. Our comprehensive and accurate reports will guide our clients in making solid financial decisions.