Professional Home Inspection Services in North Carolina
Whether you are buying or selling a home, we are here to help you get a professional home inspection with the information you need to make the best decision.
Inspections for Home Buyers
Getting your new home inspected minimizes risks or unpleasant surprises in the future. Identifying potential risks during a home inspection will make you a more informed buyer and aid in the home-buying negotiation process. If you’re thinking of purchasing a home, a home inspection from Everley Inspection Services is an investment worth making.
Inspections for Home Sellers
A pre-sale residential inspection gives you more control over the selling process. Problems discovered by a prospective buyer’s inspector can lead to delays, added expenses or even disrupt a deal. Having an inspection done prior to putting your house on the market allows you to resolve issues or adjust the price of your home accordingly before they become a problem in negotiating a deal.
Want to learn more about the advantages of a pre-sale home inspection? Contact us today to schedule an appointment!
Inspections for Apartments, Townhomes & Condominiums
Whether you’re buying or selling a condo in Hickory, a townhome in Morganton, or maintain an apartment complex in Lenoir, you need a home inspection. Some multi-family communities are not much more than converted buildings that were poorly built, wired or insulated. Older buildings have asbestos and outdated wiring that can become an expensive problem. Even some of the more recently constructed units may have defective wood fiber board siding or include defective plumbing pipe.
Outdoor decks are a common addition to a home, and well worth routine inspection since they can be a gathering place for all types of occasions. Ensuring a deck meets the proper standards is the best way to ensure that time outside will be both fun and safe for you, your family, or a potential home buyer.
The State of North Carolina requires permit and inspections to ensure safe construction and materials. When a home is for sale, you can demonstrate to prospective buyers that your deck was properly permitted and passed all code requirements.
Certified home inspectors from Everley Inspection Services adhere to deck building codes and standards for deck materials, railings, flashings, connections, and more. Common code violations include wood decay, corroded or wrongly sized nails and fasteners, insufficient beam sizing and spacing, failing supports, and missing or inadequate guardrails.
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Inspections and Testing for Residential and Commercial Buildings in North Carolina