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Making informed decisions about the property
Purchasing a new home may be one of the most significant buying decisions you will ever make. A comprehensive investigation of the property by Valley Home Inspections will allow you to make an informed decision based upon our findings. Our certified home inspection and concise, easily understood inspection report will allow you to make an intelligent decision about precisely what you are buying and its current condition.
The inspection report: A valuable tool
At the end of his physical examination, one of our highly trained Senior Inspectors will walk you through the property; he will point out and thoroughly explain its deficiencies and answer any questions you may have. The report is printed and delivered to you on-site and can be a valuable tool in the decision-making process.
Peace of Mind and confidence in your decision
Regardless of the home’s age, some repairs are usually required. Knowing what these are prior to purchasing will provide peace of mind and confidence that the correct decision has been reached.Request a Buyer Inspection
One Year Builder Warranty Inspection
Protecting your investment
To help protect your investment and avoid paying for needed repairs yourself, consider having a thorough examination of all components and systems in your new home performed prior to the expiration of its first year. With more than 23 years in business and having performed more than 40,000 home inspections, our State of Arizona certified home inspectors can identify necessary repairs and safety concerns before it is too late to have them corrected under the terms of your Builder Warranty.
Identify problems: Avoid the expense and inconvenience
There are many advantages that a certified builder warranty inspection can provide. Having the builder make needed repairs prior to your warranty expiration saves you the expense and inconvenience. Secondly, should our inspectors identify problems or potential problems; they can be remedied before they become worse. And thirdly, when you decide to sell your home, the buyers will certainly want a home inspection. If defects are present, it could delay the sale. Living in a home that is safe and free of defects will provide peace of mind and help protect your investment.Request a One Year Builder Warranty Inspection