Professional Home Inspection Services for Comprehensive Property Analysis

Mirowski Inspections offers professional home inspection services that provide buyers and sellers with a thorough analysis and evaluation of a house's condition. The service helps identify potential risks associated with purchasing a property and ensures peace of mind. Here's what you can expect from our services:

  • A comprehensive analysis of your property by experienced and certified inspectors
  • Inspection of the exterior, roof, structures, interior, electrical systems, plumbing systems, heating and cooling systems, insulation, and ventilation
  • Identification of any potential issues that could lead to costly repairs down the line
  • Evaluation of the condition of various components and identification of code violations or hazards
  • Increased knowledge and informed decisions about purchasing or selling a property
  • Non-intrusive visual inspection of the interior and exterior of your home that takes approximately three to four hours to complete
  • Technical proficiency and report-writing skills that demonstrate our inspector's expertise
  • Continuing education to stay up to date with the highest standards in the industry

It's important to note that while a home inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of the current condition of a house, it is not technically exhaustive and does not guarantee that every defect will be discovered. Some exclusions include code or zoning violations, permit research, property measurements or surveys, boundaries, easements or right of way, conditions of title, proximity to environmental hazards, noise interference, soil or geological conditions, well water systems or water quality, underground sewer lines, waste disposal systems, buried piping, cisterns, underground water tanks, and sprinkler systems.

Mirowski Inspections offers you a thorough and objective evaluation of your property by inspectors who know houses. We're committed to providing the best inspection in the market and ensuring you feel comfortable with the condition of the home you're buying. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and get peace of mind by identifying potential risks in your property.

Inspections for Buyers, Sellers, New Construction, and Investors

Home inspections provide important information for different parties involved in real estate transactions. For buyers, inspections can determine the current condition of a home, identifying any necessary repairs or replacements. Sellers can benefit from pre-sale inspections, which can help prevent unexpected surprises prior to closing and also serve as a marketing tool to promote the positive features of their home. New construction inspections are essential in ensuring that all major components of a property are inspected and necessary repairs or maintenance are identified before closing.

Buyers Inspections

A buyer's inspection is typically arranged by the buyer, and is an opportunity to evaluate the condition of the property before closing. It is common for a home inspector to identify any defects or areas of concern in the home, providing the buyer with valuable information to help them make an informed decision. The buyer is usually welcome to accompany the inspector during the inspection, enabling them to ask questions and gain a better understanding of the property.

Sellers Pre-Inspected Listing Inspections

A pre-listing inspection is a valuable tool for sellers, as it can help them identify and address any potential issues before listing their home for sale. The detailed inspection report can be used to promote the home to prospective buyers, demonstrating the positive features of the property while also disclosing any areas of concern. When combined with a list of completed repairs, this can give potential buyers a feeling of confidence and security, making the home more attractive to buyers.

New Construction Inspections

Building a new home is a complex process that involves multiple parties, each responsible for different parts and systems of the house. Even the best builders can miss things, making new construction inspections essential in identifying any defects or issues that may require attention. A home inspector can evaluate all major components of the property and provide advice on future maintenance, ensuring that the property is in good condition when the purchase is complete. This is particularly important for investors, who may not have the experience or expertise to identify potential issues with new construction properties.