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Patricia Halpin

Patricia Halpin

Broker/Owner
Salt Water Realty of Brevard
Melbourne Beach, FL 32951

321-720-0409
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Safety Inspection Tips

Safety Inspection

Before you buy a home, you'll want to know exactly what it is you're getting. An inspector checks the Safety Of Your Potential New Home. Home Inspectors focus especially on the structure, construction, and mechanical systems of the house and will make you aware of only repairs,that are needed.

The Inspector does not evaluate whether or not you're getting good value for your money. Generally, an inspector checks (and gives prices for repairs on): the electrical system, plumbing and waste disposal, the water heater, insulation and Ventilation, the HVAC system, water source and quality, the potential presence of pests, the foundation, doors, windows, ceilings, walls, floors, and roof. Be sure to hire a home inspector that is qualified and experienced.

It's a good idea to have an inspection before you sign a written offer since, once the deal is closed, you've bought the house as is." Or, you may want to include an inspection clause in the offer when negotiating for a home. An inspection t clause gives you an 'out" on buying the house if serious problems are found,or gives you the ability to renegotiate the purchase price if repairs are needed. An inspection clause can also specify that the seller must fix the problem(s) before you purchase the house.

If the house you're considering was built before 1978 and you have children under the age of seven, you will want to have an Inspection For Lead-Based Paint. It's important to know that lead flakes from paint can be present in both the home and in the soil surrounding the house. The problem can be fixed temporarily by repairing damaged paint surfaces or planting grass over effected soil. Hiring a lead abatement contractor to remove paint chips and seal damaged areas will fix the problem permanently.



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1009 Atlantic St. - Melbourne Beach, FL 32951
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