Electronic Report after Inspection
Valley HomePro Inspection is owned and operated by Philip Weshnevski. He is a member of ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors). He is licensed in North Dakota -License 159. Minnesota does not require a license. Valley HomePro Inspection is fully insured. He is educated in many areas of home operations, maintenance, and building. He is an engineer by trade and has over 20 years of experience with home remodeling, new construction, and building codes. Educating people about their investment is a passion and it shows in his professional inspections. Valley HomePro Inspection proudly covers the surrounding areas of Valley City and Fargo/Moorhead.
A home inspection from Valley HomePro Inspection is not done after the report has been sent to you. The service is an open invitation to continue to ask questions to help prevent issues from coming up and maintaining your home. Homes do not come with owner’s manuals, so your home inspector is your resource to having knowledge at your fingertips. Buying or selling a home can be stressful. Having a home inspection may be the reassurance you need to make your next step.
• Peace of mind. Inspections will give you an understanding of the condition of the house and help you make an informed decision when deciding whether to buy or not.
• Risk vs. Reward. A home inspection will run a few hundred dollars, but could save you thousands in the end. It is better to spend the money upfront and know what you are getting into, than to cross your fingers and hope you did not just buy a lemon.
• Mold. This hidden danger is not just a costly foe; it is one that could negatively affect the health of your entire family. Inspections can help find these issues before they get worse.
• Pests or insects. Pest such as termites and rats can do devastating damage to a home. Inspectors are trained to find their existence.
• Uncovering structural issues. Structural issues can be very expensive to fix and without the discerning eye of a home inspector, you could easily overlook them.
• Safety. The electrical system could be a potential fire hazard.
• Negotiating power. Your home inspector will provide you a report outlining any issues. You can use this to negotiate a fair price or repairs to be completed.
• Whether to buy or not. Your home inspection may reveal more problems than you had initially anticipated. Armed with knowledge, do you still want to purchase the house?
• Gauging future costs. You can budget for future potential costs.
• Knowledge is power. Gather knowledge during the home inspection to educate you on operations, maintenance, and awareness.
Homebuyers want to know that a home is safe, structurally and mechanically sound and have free of health risks. Our Home Inspector’s visual evaluation will provide a solid foundation of knowledge about the home, its components, and systems. In addition to reporting any deficiencies or potential failures, our Home Inspector will include maintenance tips and other information to protect your investment.
For the seller, our Home Inspector will conduct a comprehensive visual inspection both inside and out of the home. The Inspectors report will identify deficiencies that must be disclosed to potential buyers. It will include recommendations for repairs that may enhance the marketability of your home. A professional home inspection can help you sell your home faster at the highest possible price. A pre-sale inspection is a valuable marketing tool.
Our comprehensive home inspection covers over 300 different items that affect the safety, function, condition, and operation of a home.
Our Exterior Evaluation Includes: • Roof, Chimney, Flashing • Siding, Trim, Windows, Doors • Landscaping, Grading, Drainage • Gutters, Downspouts • Driveways, Patios, Decks, Porches • HVAC Systems
Our Interior Evaluation Includes: • HVAC Systems • Plumbing Systems • Electrical Systems • Walls, Floors, Ceilings, Windows • Structure • Attic, Ventilation, Insulation