Why You Should Choose House Pro Home Inspection Inc!
When you’re in the process of buying a house, don’t get flattered and taken up by a house that looks impressive because it might look good, but there could be several hidden defects in the structure, electrical systems, plumbing, and roofing of the house. To ensure that your dream home doesn’t surprise you with some nasty issues, it is essential to have it examined by a home inspector.
If you’re looking for a home inspector, you need to put in a sufficient amount of research to find someone that matches your expectations. You need to go through reviews you find online and speak to people who’ve worked with them.
At House Pro Home Inspection Inc, I am confident about the services I provide and will not shy away from giving you references. Besides, I will be happy to tell you why I am the top name in providing home inspection services.
I have been in the home inspection industry for many years and have several happy clients. If you’re looking for an InterNACHI certified home inspector in Brooklyn, New York, here are a few reasons why I am the best at what I do.
One does not become an experienced inspector overnight. It takes years of experience and training to acquire the required skills to become a competent home inspector. It is also wise to ask for their certifications, credentials, and licenses as anyone can claim that they are certified with no proof to back it up. I am an experienced home inspector and general contractor. I am also a NY state-licensed home inspector instructor, licensed termite inspector, and a licensed lead paint inspector.
For a home inspection to go smoothly, a healthy level of communication needs to be maintained. Most homeowners are concerned with significant deficiencies that are high ticket repair items. An inspector who cannot recognize the severity of the issues, communicate it to their client and determine the repair prices for the issues cannot consider himself a certified, experienced inspector. I make sure that my clients receive undivided attention from me. My clients will realize the quality of my inspections as soon as I complete the inspection. With over eighty google reviews, my clients have demonstrated purely how they feel about the quality of my inspections.
A good home inspector shows up to appointments on time without fail. Punctuality requires property communication and appropriately schedules dates that work best for the client. Any home inspector that cannot maintain a basic appointment time doesn’t deserve your time. I always make sure to stick to my timings. Successful inspectors are often busy, but good customer service is key! Sometimes I even arrive early to my inspections, and if I can reach the roof, I use a drone to get a photo and video of the condition of the roof.
Perception is everything for a business. Appearance is crucial and plays a big role in influencing people’s perception of a company. A clean and neatly dressed inspector certainly doesn’t offend anyone, and it helps send the message that they are here to make an excellent and professional impression. I wear company apparel to represent my company, promote my business, and maintain a high professional standard. Being an inspector is part knowledge and part promoting the business, and a good impression makes promotion a lot easier.
As a leading InterNACHI certified home inspector in Brooklyn, New York, I ensure that I exceed expectations and always put you first. The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) promotes a high standard of professionalism, business ethics, and inspection procedures.
InterNACHI members subscribe to the following Code of Ethics in the course of their business. As a member of the InterNACHI, I make sure to abide by their standards and fulfill my duty to the public following their code of ethics. I offer outdoor inspection, indoor inspection, termite home inspection, thermal imaging, condo inspection, and co-op inspection services to clients across Manhattan, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Westchester County, New York, Queens, Long Island, Yonkers, Mount Vernon, and Staten Island.