Tag: Indianapolis home inspector

Most Common Problems Found during Home Inspections

Standard home inspections have the potential to uncover a vast amount of problems with any property, but some are more common than others. Even if a property seems perfect on the outside, there could be a long list of issues that you may only find out about after the inspection is complete. While obviously not… Read more »

How to Prepare for a Home Inspection If You’re the Seller

When it comes to home inspections, there is not much a potential buyer needs to do before we arrive. Our goal is to uncover as much information as possible about the property ensuring buyers know everything there is to know about the house before signing the paperwork. However, if you’re a homeowner that is selling… Read more »

Signs There Are Termites in Your Home

Home inspections can be useful for a variety of reasons, including determining whether or not your property has a pest invasion. Of course, one of the most common pests that homeowners worry about are termites, and for good reason. But just how can you tell if there are termites in your house? Here are some… Read more »

Why Mold Is a Serious Threat

As experienced home inspectors, one of the main things we check for during every inspection is the presence of mold in the building. Whether you own a residential or commercial property, mold should be one of your top concerns. At one point or another, just about every property will likely have some type of mold… Read more »

Downtown Indianapolis Improving

Indianapolis has always been a center for continued growth, especially around the downtown area. But in the next three years we are seeing a number of projects that could change it for an even better way. The plan was proposed over the past few months, and only recently outlined to a promotional group that holds… Read more »

Property Inspections for Indianapolis Commercial Buildings

Having an inspection performed in a house before closing a property transaction is a great way to make sure that you won’t incur unanticipated costs that ensure the safety, suitability and habitability of your new home. The same is even more true of commercial properties when the liability faced by a property owner can be extended over… Read more »