Purchasing a new home can be a wonderful experience, creating a new chapter in your life. However, it can often be stressful as to-do items, deadlines, and projects build up. Keeping up with your day-to-day activities can be challenging and sometimes people neglect proper inspections of their new home.
Properly inspecting your new home is crucial in creating a safe and effective space for your family and a safe and comfortable environment in your new home.
The interior home items and the foundation, structure, roof and all the cosmetic items are normal to have inspected with a home inspector.
You should also have your plumbing, electric and HVAC checked by professionals in those respective areas.
Having the HVAC system and thermostat checked, as well as a walk-through of the vent system to check for leaks, damage, clogs or other issues can save you a lot of headache and money in the long run. If the system will need work you will know in advance of a home purchase. You will know if you can include it in a home warranty or a replacement to be included in your purchase agreement or your future budgeting for household repairs.
The same holds true for any home remodels or additions. If you are finishing a space that did not have ductwork to it previously, any additions or changes in the structure of your home should also have you contacting an HVAC person to make sure your unit can heat and cool your home properly with the added space. Units are built with specific square feet and layouts in mind, so changes to this can affect the airflow and comfort of your home. Adding a larger space can strain a unit not made for it.
Having this inspection is crucial to having peace of mind for your new space, we can even do this for business and commercial spaces.
Here at Hometown Comfort, we have an inspection process we would be happy to schedule with you.
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