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Buying a new home is one of life's great pleasurers. Take the mystery out of what you're purchasing by having the home inspected before completing the purchase. A competent home inspection by a trained professional (that's me) is intended to find defects that may not be easily identifiable. You're encouraged to attend the inspection so that the implications of a finding are clearly understood; not just words in a report.
I service all of Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Iredell and Gaston counties, and will go further north as far as Thomasville. Anywhere within 60 miles of the Concord Motor Speedway.
My rates are fair, reasonable, and very competitive.

FOR PRICING; WHAT'S INCLUDED; VISIT: (Use Google as the search engine)


There's no obligation when getting a quote. I need the approximate size of the house and the year it was constructed in order to quote a fee. Send me a text with the street address. I'll pull up the home on the internet and text a quotation back to you usually within the hour. Or call if you want to talk with me about what's involved and included in the inspection.
Different types of inspections are possible;
A) A PRE-SALE INSPECTION for when you want your home inspected before placing your home on the market. This type of inspection let's you know what's the buyer's home inspector will discover, and gives you the opportunity to decide if you want to make repairs before placing the home on the market, rather than having your back to the wall facing a closing date. It also makes final negotiations easier. As a seller, when your selling a home, it's usual that you've already give the buyer price concessions in order to make the sale. You don't want the seller starting a re-negotiation after you've already given him your best price, based upon what's the buyers home inspector has discovered.
B) A PRE-PURCHASE INSPECTION is intended to discover what systems are not operating as intended before a final value of the home is decided. This type of inspection is performed during the due diligence period buyer's have before being committed to the purchase
C) A PRE-DRY WALL INSPECTION This type of inspection is performed before the sheet rock or dry wall is installed over the studding. It serves two purposes. Just advising the builder before construction starts that there will be an inspection will result is more careful installations. It also is intended to discover any deficiencies before the sheet rock hides what's inside the walls
D) A NEW HOME INSPECTION, before closing, is intended to discover issues before move in. Not quite as good as a pre-dry wall inspection, but it keeps the builder on his toes if he knows someone knowledgeable is going to check his work
Any house; any place (so long as it's in North Carolina)
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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