Did you know
There are an average of
130 defects in a 2000 Sq.ft house
and repairing them could cost you around
Involves full inspection of home interiors and exteriors to identify any serious defects in the construction quality, structure, foundation, etc.
This involves checking all electrical systems and wiring to ensure protection from electrical hazards.
This includes a thorough inspection of all installed plumbing systems to avoid costly repairs in the future.
Buying a home is an expensive affair. With Home Inspection, you can make sure you are not spending more than you should. It lets you identify any major issues with the property before you take possession.
Check out in detail how home inspection can help you:
Buying a home is one of the biggest investments of your life. With home inspection, you can make sure the builder is delivering the property as it was promised to you. As per RERA guidelines, if there are any discrepancies in the property, you can hold the builder liable for your loss.
Yes, if you are buying a resale property, you should get it inspected to assess the age and maintenance issues with that property. If you know the real status of the property, it can help you negotiate better with the seller.
The cost of inspection depends on the size of the property. To get a complete estimate for your property, we request you to get in touch with our home inspection service partner today.
Home inspection usually covers the interiors (like Bedrooms, Living Area, Dining, Kitchen, Bathrooms, Garages, Balconies, Lobby Area, etc.) as well as exteriors (like Stairs, Walkways, Driveways, Railings, Ramps, etc.).
In addition, home inspection experts also check for functionality, installation, and general safety of various systems and installations like electrical systems, plumbing work, exhaust systems, doors, windows, floors, walls, ceilings, water supply, air conditioning, appliances, bathroom fixtures, etc.
If it's a new property, you can have it inspected after the purchase but before taking its possession from the builder or owner. If there are any defects found, you can request the builder/owner to fix the issues before taking possession. In case of an old (resale) property, you can get the inspection done before entering into a purchase agreement.
If you have already purchased the property and you have complete access to it, you may not need any approval from the Builder or Owner to get it inspected. However, if you haven't purchased the property yet, you may need approval from the Owner or Builder.
The report gives you a complete idea of how minor or major defects are. Depending on the report, you can plan the repairs in advance. Also, if there are some serious issues with the property, you can even ask your Builder to fix them before you take the possession.