RIZZI offers professional home inspection services throughout the region of Putnam, Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties including the towns of Poughkeepsie, East Fishkill, Beacon, Brewster, Carmel, Fishkill, White Plains, and Yonkers. They are licensed by the New York State Department of Financial Services and can be reached at (914) 870-6349.
A home inspector is called upon when the seller is interested in making some changes in their property that will help them sell it faster. Often the home inspector is a professional who knows what to look for and knows the home better than the home buyer, who may not have an idea as to the true value of the home.
The inspector not only looks at the exterior of the home to make sure there is nothing broken or faulty, they are also looking inside to check the house for water leaks, water damage, and to make sure the roof is secure. A home inspector is also trained to spot problems with the electrical system, appliances, gas lines, plumbing, insulation, or the heating system. He will also look for signs of mold and mildew.
When hiring home inspectors, buyers should do the following to make sure they are getting the best service for the money. To start off, buyers should always choose a reputable company to work with, as there is often more work to be done when an experienced home inspector is hired.
Buyers should research the company they hire and read any reviews that they may find online. This can help buyers narrow down their search to a few home inspectors they feel they will feel comfortable working with. This will ensure that the company they hire is reputable and trustworthy.
Buyers should also be aware of the time line and a timeline for completion of their project, so that they can ensure they are getting the most out of their buyer’s budget. A good home inspector will let a buyer know what the end results of his findings will be and whether he recommends or not it.
Home inspection services have many different types of services. Some of the services include a pre-foreclosure inspection, a pre-sale inspection, a general cleaning, a roof inspection, a foundation inspection, a siding inspection, and exterior painting. Many times a buyer may also be asked to go into the basement to inspect the roof. This will help the buyer to see if the building is structurally sound and that any potential problems are present before buying the home.
Once the home buyer feels as though the inspection is going over well and that the inspector is recommending that they purchase the home they should schedule a meeting with the home inspector to discuss any concerns they have. Any concerns the buyer has about the home can be discussed in this meeting. to help the buyer decide on a closing price that works best for them.
Buyers also need to check with the home inspector about references, but it is best to get them directly from the individual home inspector. These are people the buyer can contact for more information, especially if they are not satisfied with the service they receive from the home inspector.