Reinspection Services

Anchor Home Inspection, LLC offers Home Inspection and Reinspection in CT & RI. When a home buyer asks a seller to make repairs to a property after a home inspection, how do the repairs get checked? Do they get reinspected? Do they need to be reinspected? Below are some guidelines to help you decide when a reinspection is needed.

So, you had the home inspection. Next, the seller will repair some or all of the items that came back on the inspection report. The owner lets you know that the repairs are made and you can move forward with the purchase and set up a closing date. Unfortunately, once you have closed on your home and get the keys, you go out to the home to find that everything you requested to have repaired were not completed. Even worse maybe you find that either the homeowner did the repairs themselves or some of the items were simply overlooked. Doing a re-inspection is the best way to know that all the items were completed and there are no surprises and the end of the sale.

You will want to perform the reinspection right after all the repair items have been completed by the seller.This gives the home inspector plenty of time to collect the needed information and go re-inspect the property. The home inspector will only go and look at the items that were requested to be repaired.
It is important that the inspector have access to all the contractor receipts and work orders to make sure all items were completed appropriately.
If items are found to have not been completed or not completed correctly the inspector will write a report explaining his findings. The sooner the re-inspection can happen, the less likely the closing date will be pushed back due to repair delays and the buyer will have peace of mind going to the closing table.
It is also highly recommended that the buyer go with their realtor for a final walk through a day or two before closing just to make sure everything is in proper order.

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We also offer several additional home inspection services:

Radon contamination is a serious problem for homes in Connecticut and Rhode Island. This test will utilize the advanced instruments needed to detect this odorless and invisible radioactive gas. Radon is a leading cause of lung cancer and has been found to contribute to numerous other health issues, so it’s important to get your prospective home tested before committing to a purchase. If dangerous levels of radon are detected, mitigation measures will be recommended.

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Before you invest in a home, it’s a wise move to make sure that there isn’t any wood-destroying insect or termite damage, which could end up costing you far more than you counted on. This inspection will thoroughly examine a home’s interior and exterior structure for existing termite damage and any signs of termites actively nesting inside the home.

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This service will test a home’s water supply for any kind of contamination that could make the water hazardous to drink or otherwise use. We can test for pH balance, water hardness, radon, heavy metal contaminants, and much more.

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For this service, we’ll conduct a one hour flow test of a property’s well pump. By taking readings at 10-minute intervals, we’ll be able to determine if the well is able to sustain a sufficient supply of water for an entire household. A pressure test will also be performed.

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Putting a home on the market without first having it professionally inspected could be a huge detriment to your ability to get the most from your investment. For this inspection, we’ll thoroughly inspect a home prior to it being listed. This will facilitate an opportunity for any issues to be corrected well in advance of a buyer’s inspection and will give you a chance to establish good, productive communication with prospective buyers at the onset of negotiations.

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This inspection is designed to give a new homeowner confidence with the quality of their investment before it’s time to start moving in. We’ll arrive prior to the builder’s final walkthrough to perform a detailed assessment of the home’s condition, informing you of any issues that we encounter so that necessary repairs can be arranged with the contractors.

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When a defective component is discovered during our inspection of a property, you may feel a little let down due to your expectations of the home not being met. That’s why we offer Re-Inspections to give you peace of mind and confidence once a seller has made sure that any defects are corrected. We’ll come back to perform an additional assessment of the home, focusing on the component that was originally found to be defective to make sure that any safety issues have been resolved and that everything is in working order.

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Toxic mold exposure can be devastating. It can cause life-long neurological problems, sickness, respiratory problems, fatigue, eye irritation, skin rashes, headaches, memory problems, moodiness, nosebleeds, body aches, joint pain, fevers and allergies.

Anchor Home Inspection, LLC offers mold testing services that tells you the type and concentration of toxic mold.

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