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Why East Side? East Side believes that putting clients before profits is the right foundation for a successful business. If you are happy, I am successful. East Side inspections are done using the InterNACHI Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for home inspection. A thorough evaluation of the structure, electrical, plumbing, heating and ventilation systems within the limits of a visual non invasive inspection. In addition to the approximately three hour on site inspection*, you will receive a custom written report with pictures, describing what was found on your inspection. East Side reports are written by the inspector, East Side does not use automated computer generated reports written by people who have never seen your house.
Before you buy home inspection. An inspection and report on the home you plan to buy. Schedule your inspection after you have made an offer. Make sure you add a condition of sale, ‘subject to inspection’ or similar. Schedule an inspection as soon as possible, do not wait until the last day to clear conditions.
Before you sell home inspection, Plan to sell your house? Find out what a buyer’s home inspector is going to say about your property, I will inspect your house and advise you on how to fix defects that might kill a sale.
Maintenance home inspection for home owners. I will inspect your home and provide advice on its condition and what you can do about it.
New Home and new home warranty inspections. Even the best builders can miss something, a new home inspection before you take possession gets it fixed. The building envelope (roof, windows, insulation, vapor barrier etc.,) warranty expires in 5 years, get it inspected before your coverage runs out.
Commercial property inspections East Side will inspect some commercial buildings, contact East Side for more information. East Side uses the InterNACHI’s Standard of Practice for Commercial Inspections
*Typical detached home with a garage three or four bedrooms, and one kitchen.