Choosing the right Long Island home inspector can be difficult. Unlike most professional services, you probably will not get to meet me until after you hire me. Furthermore, different inspectors have varying qualifications, equipment, experience, reporting methods, and yes, different pricing. One thing for sure is that a home inspection requires work, a lot of work. Ultimately a thorough inspection depends heavily on the individual inspector’s own effort. If you honor me by permitting me to inspect your new home, I guarantee that I will give you my very best effort. This I promise you.
Please call me now and tell me how I can best serve you. Tommy (Decebal Adamescu) 516-851-5833
What is a Long Island Home Inspection?
A Long Island home inspection is a visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a home, from foundation to roof. A Long Island home inspector is trained to be a detective in regard to the construction and working parts of homes. With my home inspection service a termite report is included free of charge.
Why is a Home Inspection so Important?
A Long Island home purchase may be the largest investment
of your life. Before you purchase the property you should learn as much as
you can, including what may need to be repaired. A home inspection will also
point out the positive aspects of a home, as well as required ongoing
maintenance that will be needed to keep the property in good shape.
A home inspection is for your safety, your financial protection as well as your peace of mind.
Home Inspection for Homebuyers:
Buying a house in Long Island requires countless important decisions but it doesn’t have to be stressful. When you find a house you should hire a home inspector to examine the conditions of the property and give you a detailed home inspection report. Hiring a home inspector is a wise decision even when buying a newly constructed house. Having a detailed home inspection report before you move in will prepare you for any potential problems and set your mind at ease.
Home Inspection for Sellers:
A professional Long Island home inspection is also very valuable for home sellers. By receiving a home inspection before putting your house on the market, you can get a better understanding of the condition of your home. This will make the selling process easier and faster.
Home Inspection for Real Estate Professionals:
Real Estate listing agents also benefit in many ways when they get a home pre-inspected, selling the house faster and moving to the next deal. RE Agents, Mortgage Brokers, RE Lawyers, who refer HomeSpector Inc. will be lowering their liability, being covered under my professional liability (E&O Insurance), which includes referring party endorsement, offering you peace of mind.
Home Inspection Report:
I provide a home inspection written report describing the conditions of the home. When problems are found I will recommend further evaluation or remedies. Professionally delivered in a personalized three ring binder containing a front view picture of your new home, other explicit pictures of the home conditions found which are described in the report forms, informative books on home maintenance and repairs, environmental concerns and energy saving tips and much more…
Termite Inspection Certificate:
Also wood destroying insect (termite) inspection is included free with every home inspection performed and can not be booked separately. The termite inspection certificate form NPMA33-wood destroying insect inspection report is provided by licensed pesticide technician as required by certain mortgage applications.
As a Long Island Certified Home Inspector I will…
Evaluate the physical condition: structure, construction and mechanical systems, identify items that should be repaired or replaced, estimate the remaining useful life of the major systems such as electrical, plumbing, heating, air conditioner equipment, structure and finishes.
Professional Certified Master Home Inspector Tommy (Decebal Adamescu), HomeSpector Inc. (Certified Member of American Society of Home Inspectors) accommodates all of your Long Island home inspection and termite inspection requirements.
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