Pre Purchase Inspection
Purchasing a home is one the most important decisions you will make and you want to be sure that you are making the best decision possible.
Greenlight Home Inspection Services can help! Having a professional home inspection done will provide you with the information that you need to make the best purchase decision possible.
Your home inspector will:
Pre Sale Inspection
Selling your home is very stressful. Greenlight Home Inspection Services can help prepare you and your home for sale. A pre sale inspection is an excellent marketing tool and will help you and your realtor confidently market and sell your home.
Your home inspector will:
Preventative Maintenance Inspections
Your home is a major investment. And, to protect that investment you need to keep your home in good repair. Greenlight Home Inspection can provide you with a thorough inspection of your property to identify maintenance and repairs that should be scheduled. By doing a preventative maintenance inspection every 3 to 5 years you will be able to plan ahead and avoid emergency repairs and the costs associated with them.
Are you thinking of spending some time away this winter? Are you concerned about your home? Do you own a rental property that is temporarily vacant?
A Peace of Mind Property Inspection is a periodic visual inspection of properties that are vacant. Your inspector will physically walk through your property on a preset schedule, complete a visual inspection, and provide you with a written monitoring report within hours.
Inspections can be scheduled for once, twice or three times each week. Your inspection report will be emailed to you before the end of the business day in which they were completed.
Inspection reports will indicate any issues that are emerging with the property so that you can contact local service companies or contractors before property damage occurs.
Greenlight Home Inspection Services offers fully certified and licensed WETT inspections.
A WETT inspection is an important part of a home purchase, and an inspection condition should always be part of an agreement of purchase and sale where the home has a fireplace or a woodstove.
WETT inspections can only be preformed by inspectors who are certified through Wood Energy Technology Transfer Inc.
A WETT inspection report details the areas in which the wood burning appliance's installation meets or does not meet the manufacturer's instructions and appropriate building codes.
Your WETT report will
WETT inspections are safety inspections. If wood burning appliances are improperly used and maintained, they can be dangerous to the homeowner and could also prevent a buyer from getting home insurance. If a wood-burning stove or fireplace is not used and maintained correctly, the results can be disastrous and even fatal.
And remember, all homes with fuel-fired appliances should have both a carbon monoxide (CO) detector and a smoke detector.
Thinking of purchasing a commercial property? A thorough inspection of the condition of the property, plant, and equipment is a key component in your purchase decision. Greenlight Home Inspection Services is experienced in commercial inspections and can ensure that skilled trades are available to inspect complex mechanical systems when required.