Buyer & Seller Inspection Services

Types of Home Inspections

Although there are many different types of home inspections that sometimes need to be completed, the types of home inspections that often occur in connection with real-estate transactions such as buying or selling a home are generally much more narrow. Knowing the difference between these types of home inspections and what they do and do not cover can ensure that buyers and sellers alike have the knowledge they need to make informed decisions.

  • Buyers Home Inspection

    A Buyers Home Inspection is a visual examination of the home’s major structure, systems and components that are visible and safely accessible.

  • Pre-Listing Home Inspection

    Selling your home? You want a Pre-Listing Home Inspection. Our pre-listing inspection helps reveal potential problems with your home that could delay or void the sale completely.

  • New Construction Pre-Closing Inspection

    A New Construction Pre-Closing Inspection gives you the opportunity to create a punch-list of items that need to be fixed prior to closing.

  • One-Year New Construction Warranty Inspection

    A One-Year New Construction Warranty Inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of the interior and exterior of your new home and its major systems and components before your builder’s warranty expires.

  • Maintenance Home Inspection

    A Maintenance Home Inspection can help you understand the health of your home and should be performed periodically.

  • Walk & Talk Consultation

    A Walk & Talk Consultation is a great way to check for visible major issues when a full home inspection is not possible. We can perform the walk-through during your showing or anytime before making an offer.

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    Buyers Home Inspection

    A home inspection is a visual examination of the home’s major structure, systems and components that are visible and safely accessible. KEY Inspector follows the standards of practice outlined by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) when performing your home inspection.

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    Pre-Listing (Seller) Home Inspection

    If you are considering selling your home, you want a Pre-Listing Home Inspection to address issues now, not later. Our pre-listing inspection helps reveal potential problems with your home that could delay or void the sale completely.

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    New Construction Pre-Closing Home Inspection

    A New Construction Pre-Closing Inspection gives you the opportunity to create a punch-list of items that need to be fixed prior to closing. It is essentially the same as a general home inspection with additional attention paid to workmanship.

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    One-Year Warranty Home Inspection

    A One-Year Warranty Inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of the interior and exterior of your new home and its major systems and components. It’s conducted during the 11th month of your new construction occupancy – before your builder’s warranty expires. With our comprehensive report you can take any necessary steps to hold your builder and its subcontractors to their warranties while they’re still in force.

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    Maintenance Home Inspection

    A Maintenance Home Inspection is essentially the same as an inspection you get when purchasing a home. You don’t have to be selling or buying your home to get it inspected. A maintenance inspection can help you understand the health of your home and should be performed periodically.

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    Walk & Talk Consultation

    A Walk & Talk Consultation is a great way to check for visible major issues when a full home inspection is not possible. We can perform the walk-through during your showing or anytime before making an offer. The appointment typically takes less than an hour.

    A Walk & Talk Consultation is a verbal report of the findings so it is recommended that you be prepared to take notes. A written report is not included in the consultation.

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KEY Inspector, LLC provides a thorough home inspection that lets buyers and sellers know everything about a home. We uncompromisingly follow the standards of practice outlined by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) when performing your home inspection. 

But following industry standards is only part of our service. We also inspect a home from a builder’s perspective. This patient, practiced, and professional eye gives our clients a clear picture of their home.

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