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When Do You Need to Get a Home Inspection?

Scheduling a home inspection gives you a chance to find problems before they come back to haunt you later. Whether you're selling or buying a home, it's wise to have it inspected before making any serious decisions. Maybe you're wanting to upgrade part of the house, or perhaps you've seen a few pests here and there. Peace of Mind Pest Control has a few reasons why it's important to have your home inspected sooner rather than later.

3 Reasons to Have a Home Inspection

You're selling your home

Making sure that everything is up to code and in working order will help to increase your home's resale value. If cracks have formed in the foundation or leaks have developed in the plumbing system, these problems could make it more difficult to sell your home. An inspector will check the overall structure and everything in between, such as the electrical system, the gutters and the fireplace.

You're buying a home

You don't want to discover problems with your home after you've made the purchase. It's important to detect any problems beforehand so that you know what you're getting into. Defects in the plumbing or electrical systems will cost you money out of pocket after signing the dotted line. Paying an inspector to locate potential problems before buying a home will save you money, time and headaches later.

You've noticed several problems

Leaks, drafts and pests are signs that something is wrong in your home. If you've noticed wet spots in the ceiling or roaches in the kitchen, you'll want to take immediate action before these problems get any worse. An inspector can check for everything from structural complications to pest infestations, helping you to take the necessary and appropriate action to remedy the problem.

Professional Home Inspection in the Central Valley

Having a detailed home inspection report helps when it's time to make important decisions such as buying, selling or upgrading your home. Contact Peace of Mind Pest Control to schedule a home inspection with our professional team. We not only inspect the major components of your home; we also provide inspections for pools, chimneys, wells and more. No matter what you need, our inspectors won't miss a thing and will give you peace of mind going forward.

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