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You’ll receive a 25 page “detailed written report” outlining everything about your new home; including age estimates, cost estimates, life expectancies and future concerns. Starting with the chimney cap and ending up with the sump pump, including garage and out-buildings; all for one very low price!

You’ll also receive a complete tour of the home’s interior. Including kitchen, baths and basement, focusing on "important points of interest”, such as water pressure, water main shut-off location, electrical panel location, heating/air cond. type & age, water heater type & age and sump pump operation, attic insulation value, and energy efficiency of the windows and furnace. Free carbon monoxide testing included.

The Value of a Home Inspection

A home inspection Wisconsin service is an effective procedure that homeowners should use before, during and after a purchase. Many things can go wrong with a house, and these problems are usually hard to detect until it is too late. First, people should know about the steps that make up an effective inspection. Then, they must know how to choose the right inspector who is proven to do the work well. Last, it is important to know the amount that should be paid for a thorough review.

A typical home inspection Wisconsin procedure is and is not certain things. It is a professional and detailed look into the present status of a house. It is not an appraisal that tries to determine the property value. It is also not mandated by a lender. It is not needed to comply with building codes that are mandated by local building rules.

A Wisconsin home inspection is used during the process of buying a house. Usually, the buyer initiates the process. An inspector finds unexpected problems with the property. Sometimes, banks benefit from it by protecting themselves from faulty investments. If there are problems found, then repairs and price renegotiations will be set in motion.

A seller could request a Wisconsin home inspection so that problems are found before the sale. Homeowners who are not buying or selling can inspect the property just so they know more about it. This inspection is a highly effective tool for people who want to make the necessary repair and maintenance work.

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Church Home Inspection Services, LLC.

Certified Lead (Pb) Company

WI. Dept. of Health Services

Certification # DHS-1859980

Certified Asbestos Company

WI. Dept. of Health Services

Certification # CAP-1859980

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John V. Wantz, CMI, CFI, CLRA, CAI.

InterNACHI Certified Master Inspector®

International Association of
Certified Home Inspectors

State of Wisconsin Certified Lead Risk Assessor #DHS105095

Certified Asbestos Inspector
#DHS 105095

FHA/HUD Inspector #N297

State of Wisconsin
Licensed Home Inspector #176-106

State of Wisconsin
Certified Building Inspector

U.D.C. New Construction #72180

State of Wisconsin
Certified Rental Weatherization

Compliance Inspector #72180

Certified Fire Inspector #CFI-11-004

National Fire Protection Association

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