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Types of home inspections


If you’re buying or selling a home, you likely already know the benefits of a home inspection. Home inspections are important because they provide an impartial assessment of the home and property. This information is crucial when it comes to negotiating to buy or sell a property. Apex Home Inspections offers four types of home inspections:



Pre-Purchase Home Inspection

A home inspection prior to purchasing gives you some of the most important information you need to protect your family and investment. Not understanding the true condition of your home can cost you thousands of dollars, not to mention countless hours of time and worry. An inspection can uncover major defects and provide you with a clear and complete picture of your future home. 



Pre-Listing Home Inspection


Pre-Listing inspections make your home easier and faster to sell. An inspection can prevent surprises from becoming an issue at closing time and provide prospective buyers with an atmosphere of good faith and confidence. By knowing about problems in advance, you can then decide if you wish to fix the problem or disclose it to the buyer.




''Open House''Home Inspection

With today's competitive market, we realize your need to make immediate buying decisions. To accomodate this, we will accompany you through an "Open House" inspection. Apex will discuss the findings and advise on the quality of the home.


Note: the "Open House" Inspection is not as thorough as a regular inspection, but does focus on critical components which may affect your purchase decision.

Infrared Inspection "Thermography"

Infrared inspections help identify temperature differences, making it possible to detect a wide array of potential problems:

  -Heat Loss

  -Plumping Clogs

  -Water Penetration or Leaks

  -Overloaded Electrical Circuits

  -Pests, Insect Infestations

  -Missing Insulation

  -Structural Concerns

  -Foundation Problem

  -Leaky Windows and Doors










infrared thermal inspection
Infrared inspection
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