Long Island Home Inspector
During the process of buying a home, there is a point in the proceedings when the closer will double check to make sure that the buyer did their due diligence.
Most buyers don't have a clue what that even means and just go ahead with the purchase. Due diligence means that you are responsible to having the house you are buying checked out in order to ensure that it is in good condition. For those that want to make sure that they are making a good purchase, the need for a home inspector is crucial. Torre Inspection Service has been providing reliable Long Island Home Inspector services to the Metro New York area for several years. With over 20 years of general contracting and home inspector experience, Frank Torre has been exceeding expectations and has helped many home buyers know the condition of what they are proposing to buy.
What exactly should you expect from a Long Island Home Inspector?
What exactly does a home inspector do in order to determine the quality and condition of a property? The home inspector will inspect the home inside and out checking for large problems that can compromise the structure or that need immediate repair.
Our Long Island Home Inspector Will Thoroughly Inspect:
- Structure condition
- Heating and cooling systems
- General interior
- and much more.
The reason any reliable home inspector goes through all of these things is so that each component of the home is checked out for stability and damage. While a home might look perfectly fine to you during a walk through with your real estate agent, a highly skilled inspector such as Frank may find serious issues that you would not have known about until you move in. Having knowledge of the things that are serious is very important as it can affect the decision of a buyer to purchase the home or not.
Our Home Inspector Services Long Island Will Find the Large Problems Sellers Hide
Frank Torre is the --STATE Home inspector are trained to look for the large problems that exist. While looking for these problems, the home inspector may find minimal problems. Here at Torre Inspection Service, we include all of these minor issues into our report as a courtesy to you. While minimal problems are not a huge concern, the largest focus of the home inspector is to report the problems that can costs thousands to repair, or that can further damage the home if left unattended to. Torre Inspection Service goes one step further as we will contact you over the phone, or visit with you in person to go over the report. This gives you an opportunity to talk to the home inspector who did the inspection in order to get answers to questions and to learn more about what the inspector found.
With the report from Frank our Long Island home inspector, and after speaking with him about the report, you will be better educated on the condition of the home that you are looking into purchasing. If major problems exist, you can use your real estate agent to negotiate a price reduction, or demand that the seller take care of these serious issues before purchase. As you can see a home inspector is a vital part to any real estate transaction, so make sure to contact us today for all of your home inspector needs.
We service the following Nassau County, Long Island, New York Locations:
Baldwin, Bellerose, Bellmore, Bethpage, Carle Place, Cedarhurst, East Meadow, East Norwich, Farmingdale, Franklin Square, Garden City, Glen Cove, Hicksville, Inwood, Jericho, Levittown, Manhasset, Massapequa, Merrick, Mineola, New Hyde Park, Old Bethpage, Plainview, Port Washington, Rockville Centre, Seaford, Syosset, Wantagh, Westbury, Woodbury, Woodmere