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WoodenThumb Home Inspection LLC
We understand that buying a home will probably be one of the most expensive investments you will ever make. Although the process of buying a new home is very exciting, it may quickly become overwhelming. While the home you have chosen to purchase may appear to be just what you are looking for, how can you be sure that there aren't potentially serious defects which may make your investment a costly one in the future?
Making an informed decision is critical. One of the best ways to gain the information you need is having your home inspected early on in the buying process. This will not only help to make your decision, but it could
potentially save you thousands of dollars on repairs that you may be able to have corrected by the seller prior to purchase.
We are dedicated to providing you with the valuable information that you need to know about your new home. We thoroughly inspect all of the major components of the property to expose unknown defects and can also advise you on how to maintain your property after your purchase.
Call Us to Receive a Quote or schedule an Appointment: (210) 850-8971
Email Us At: WoodenThumbPHI@Yahoo.com
TPREIA- Texas Professional Real Estate
TAR- Texas Association of Realtors
**Four Rivers Association of Realtors
**SABOR- San Antonio Board of
NAR- National Association of Realtors
InterNachi- International Association of
Certified Home Inspectors
NAWT- National Association of WasteWater
Technicians. Certified Septic
NSPF- National Swimming Pool Foundation
Certified Pool Inspector & Operator
Texas Real Estate Commission License #21770
Why Schedule A Home Inspection?
Unfortunately, no home is ever perfect. Anything from minor maintenance issues to major defects may be found during a home inspection. Even newly constructed homes may have issues with Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC, and Roofing Systems, just to name a few.
For current homeowners getting ready to sell their home, it is important to have a Pre-Listing Inspection performed. It ensures that you are aware of any existing issues, both minor and major, that may exist and allow you the time to address them on your own terms. The alternative may leave you open to costly surprises and even potential deal- breakers once you enter into a contract & negotiations with the home buyer.
For home buyers, an inspection is critical to uncovering issues a home may have but are not visible to the untrained eye. The inspection will provide you with the necessary information to make an informed decision on your purchase. And, if the inspection finds more issues than you are comfortable with and you move on to another property to purchase...... It was money well spent, and could have potentially saved you thousands in future repair costs.
An inspection will also provide you, as the buyer, with a bargaining tool to potentially negotiate some of the repair costs with the seller.