Home Inspectors Making it Safe!

There are many reasons why I decided to become a home inspector, when there are so many home inspectors out there? But nothing makes my day more than knowing that I may have saved a life. Granted I have never ran into a burning building, or jumped in front of a speeding bullet, but some of the things I have found for my clients were ticking time bombs waiting to cause harm.

Whether it is an arching main breaker, hot, and melting transformers buried under insulation, or exposed live wires ready to zap someone.

I feel each client of Home Pulse Pro home inspection should feel safe and secure knowing that their home has been fully inspected by our qualified state licensed Home Inspectors for any safety Hazards or Deficiencies, so they can move onto the newest chapters of their lives with peace of mind.


Home Owners Check List

Owning your dream home is a great feeling, but knowing how to maintain your homes condition and safety can be a guessing game to most, and can lead to extra cost down the road if items are left not checked. The good news is that Home Pulse Pro home inspection provide you with a Home owners check list for free.

It can be intimidating to think about everything that needs to be done, especially if you’re a new homeowner. It’s a long list but its also your investment into you and your families future. The good news is that most of the list items require very little knowledge or skill to perform and if you do get hung up, Google is a good friend to turn too, and if you really get stuck, you can call up your neighbor or local pro to help you out.

Click here for your free printable home owners check list

Home Inspections “Not Just for the Buyers”

Selling your home without a home inspectionMany sellers elect to leave the home inspection to the buyers.
"But that's a mistake that can lead to extra costs and stress for the seller"

When the buyers get a Home inspection (and if they’re smart, they will), the sellers will have little time to complete repairs and keep the sale on track.

But if sellers have a home inspection before putting it on the market, they have more time to get repairs done, reduce negotiations over repairs, and with the extra time, they can also shop around and control their costs.

Both buyers and sellers often wait too long to engage with a home inspector. You should contact a home inspector long before you have (or make) an offer. Some buyers and sellers will wait until the second-to-last day before they even call. “Increasing the chance the home inspector will be booked out.”

Contact us Home Pulse Pro home inspections is here to help.