Condominium Inspection

We’ll inspect your individual unit, including the interior walls, ceilings, floors, plumbing, electrical system, and appliances. We’ll also check for any signs of water damage or mold.

Buying a condominium can be a great way to live in a desirable area. However, it’s important to remember that condominiums are still complex properties with their own unique set of risks. That’s why it’s essential to have an inspection done before you buy a condominium.

Our home inspection services for condominiums are specifically designed to identify any potential problems with the property.

By having a home inspection done before you buy a condominium, you can identify any potential problems and negotiate with the seller to have them repaired or addressed before you close on the sale. This can save you a lot of money and headaches down the road.


Additional tips for buying a condominium:

  • Get a copy of the condominium association’s financial statements. This will give you an idea of the association’s financial health and whether it is able to maintain the property properly.
  • Ask about the association’s reserve fund. The reserve fund is used to pay for major repairs to the condominium complex. Make sure that the reserve fund is adequately funded so that the association can afford to make repairs when they are needed.
  • Attend a condominium association meeting. This is a great opportunity to meet the board members and learn more about the association’s operations. You can also ask questions about any concerns you have.

By following these tips, you can make sure that you are buying a condominium that is in good condition and that you are comfortable with the association’s financial health and operations.

So you need a professional evaluation of its condition before you buy it. Our team of trained condo inspectors uses a rigorous inspection protocol to identify and evaluate the specific issues that your condo unit could have. You can count on us for an experienced and thorough perspective.


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Why Get an Inspection

Why do condos need a home inspection? Here are a couple of examples — Did you know that the heating and cooling system is often the responsibility of the condo unit owner? Get peace of mind with a Condominium Inspection.

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