Home Inspection (Pre and Post Purchase)
Make Sure You're Making a Wise Investment
Buying a home is a huge investment. Protect your investment by setting up a home inspection service before you buy OR after you have moved in. (More and more homeowners are choosing this option given today's housing market).
You can rely on West Egg Inspections and Home Services LLC to provide you with an honest home inspection report before you make your final decision. Even if the inspection was waived to purchase the house, we can provide a thorough inspection to ensure that your home is safe for your family and there are no major issues that will require an emergency repair / fix. It is better to be informed and make a plan and budget to address any issues found. Read More.
Prepare Your Home Before You List It
When you sell your home, a potential buyer will most likely want to have the home inspected. If they find problems, they may want to negotiate, demand repairs or even back out of the deal. You can avoid these delays and headaches by investing in a pre-sale home inspection.
Our home inspector will perform a complete inspection of your house. We’ll provide you with a full report of our findings and work directly with you and your realtor to let you know what needs to be done before you list your house.
No matter where you are in America, your home may be exposed to dangerous radon gas. Radon is a natural, radioactive gas which is produced when uranium in the Earth’s crust decays, and turns into radium.
Outdoors, radon will naturally dissipate harmlessly into the atmosphere as it rises through the crust. But in homes, it can become trapped, which is dangerous for the health of you and your family. Radon is colorless and odorless, and it is extremely carcinogenic.
According to the EPA, radon is the second leading contributor to the development of lung cancer, just before smoking. For this reason, regular radon testing is key whether you’re a homeowner, or you’re interested in purchasing a home. Read More.
11 Month Inspection
Use It Before You Lose It
An 11th month inspection (or a one-year inspection for some builders) allows the homeowner to have any blemishes, flaws, or issues remedied. Before that one-year is up, you want to hire a home inspector to investigate the house for anything you might not have noticed or see is happening.
This kind of inspection is a full look at your home. Make sure you know what you’re getting and opt for a full evaluation before your builder’s warranty expires.
Light Construction / Home Maintenance
I've been a homeowner since I turned 23 years of age and purchased my first house in Mounds View, MN. I've purchased eight other houses as my career and life provided additional opportunities to move about the country and / or upgrade. During that time I've taken on many different projects from small to large. Numerous fences, decks, finished basements, painting, trim, installing doors, windows, lights, etc. for both me and my friends & family. I love DIY projects.
Each project is different but I would love to hear what you are planning and if I can help.