What To Consider When Hiring a Home Inspector
First time home buyers are making one of the largest investments they will ever make. Scheduling a home inspection is one of the first steps to home ownership. Your real estate agent and the lender will encourage you to submit an offer contingent on a home inspection.
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Find a Home Inspection Company with Top Credentials
Make a wise investment and hire a home inspector that can keep you informed with invaluable knowledge & experience. To be sure the home is in good physical condition, hire a trained professional.
HomeMD Inspectors are members of the:
- Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
- InterNACHI (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors)
- KREIA (Kentucky Real Estate Inspectors Association)
- Greater Louisville Association of Realtors
- IAC2 Certified (International Association of Indoor Air Consultants)
- Radon & Mold Certified
- BBB (Better Business Bureau)
With over 20 year of experience, HomeMD will provide you with many useful tips to keep your family safe and provide knowledge of the mechanics of your home.
Your Inspection should also be an Education
Hiring a HomeMD Inspector is like hiring an
- HVAC Technician
- Structural Engineer
- General Contractor
- And more!
Imagine the cost and scheduling problems if you had to hire all of these people to inspect your new home. Your home inspector will cover all of these systems in one appointment. Your Home Inspector will talk to you and point out any problem areas in the home.
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How Will Your Report Be Presented
HomeMD does not do a checklist report but will provide a detailed, written report with photos. Beware of anyone that does a handwritten or checklist report that doesn’t provide details and informative advice first time home buyers need. Your detailed report from HomeMD is easy to read and understand and will give you a complete understanding of the condition of your new home.
Don’t Forget About Environmental Testing
Radon Gas is the number one environmental hazard in the U.S. Radon exposure is the second-leading cause of lung cancer. The only way to know whether your home’s radon levels are high is to test your home. Radon comes from the soil, therefore no home, old or new is exempt. HomeMD has certified Radon Measurement Technicians that can test for high levels of radon.
Mold is another concern in homes. Mold contamination can destroy property and deteriorate your family’s health. HomeMD Inspectors can determine the existence of indoor mold growth, type of mold, and the airborne mold spore concentration.
The safety of your family and the value of your home are very important. Hire the best home inspectors to ease your mind of any unknown conditions in your new home. HomeMD Louisville, KY home inspectors have over 20 years experience.