• More Than Just Buyer Inspections

    Buyer Inspection

      In both new and older homes, the best way to ensure that you are well informed about the strengths and weaknesses of a property is to have a professional home inspection.  

    Seller Inspection

      Whether you are selling your home on your own or using a realtor, it’s always a good idea to have a professional home inspection.  All homes have strengths and weaknesses: I help you answer how serious the problems are. The more you know about your home, the more prepared you will be for negotiation.  

    Warranty Inspection

      Many newly built homes come with a one-year warranty that covers any defects in construction. After these first 12 months, the homeowner becomes the responsible party for any issues in the home. We will perform a Full Home Inspection during the 11th month of this warranty, giving homeowners the chance to have any defects repaired before the warranty expires.  

    New Construction

     A new construction inspection is an invaluable service if you want to avoid problems that could go undetected for years once your new home has been completed. This inspection occurs before the final walk-through with the builder to give you the opportunity to address any deficiencies before they turn into bigger problems.    

    Home Maintance

        A yearly Home Maintenance Inspection helps you detect problems early so you can make immediate repairs where needed and identify items to fix in the future.  It’s a great way to keep up with home maintenance projects for as long as you live in your home.  

    Phase Inspection

     There are three opportunities during the building process where Mac Home Inspections can evaluate and report on the workmanship and construction of your new home to ensure that major construction defects within your home are not covered up. The standard 3 phase inspection process includes these components, implemented at three different times:

    1. Pre-Pour Inspection 
    2. Framing Inspection prior to insulation and interior wall covering.
    3. Final Inspection takes place after the home is nearly complete, usually just before your final walk-through with your builder.