GENERAL HOME INSPECTION MARYLAND
WE ARE EXTREMELY THOROUGH AND PROFESSIONAL HOME INSPECTORS WHO WORK HARD FOR OUR CUSTOMERS. WE LOOK AT YOUR HOME FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE TO PROVIDE YOU WITH A DETAILED REPORT ABOUT THE PROPERTY’S TRUE CONDITION TO PREVENT YOU FROM PURCHASING A HOME THAT WILL CAUSE YOU ENDLESS HOURS OF MONEY AND LABOR.
Buying a home is one of the largest purchases you will make. Gotsch Inspections, LLC will help you get a clear picture on the condition of your future home so you can feel confidant in your home buying decision. Our Certified Professional Inspectors (CPI) are trained to look for the problems the average home buyer may not notice. They are extremely thorough and are happy to answer any questions you have about your future home.
Gotsch Inspections takes pride in providing you with the most comprehensive report on your future home’s condition. We will email your home inspection report the same day!
We also provide our agents with an electronic repair addendum which will save valuable time.
Following Maryland’s Standards of Practice Authority, we will check the home for the following:
Don’t pour your money into a home that will cause you future headaches! Whether your home is in Baltimore City, Montgomery County or any of the surrounding counties, we want you to experience The Gotsch Difference.
What’s Not Evaluated in a General Home Inspection?
Home inspection reports usually consist of the outside and inside parts of your house. The roofs, walls, patio, and deck, as well as the ground, will be thoroughly checked. The report will also include checking the kitchen and bathroom, basement, and attic if there are any, as well as electrical, plumbing, and insulation. Other areas such as garage and outbuildings, windows, and doors were also included in the inspection.
However, beyond the general home inspections, there are still a lot of issues that require specialized experts as general home inspectors examine only the visible parts of your house.
This indicates that central vacuum systems, electrical wires and pipes behind the walls or under the floors, appliances already installed, potential environmental and safety hazards, and pest infestation are not included in the inspection.
Radon testing, mold inspection, chimney if any, as well as water quality and well and septic inspection also needs specialized inspectors. It’s best to look for a home inspection firm that offers all types of home inspections and discuss with them the inspections you need, perhaps if you included additional inspection services they might offer discounted rates.