Pete Szabo Back with Some Home Inspection Wisdom

 Trinity Property Inspection, Inc.
Your one stop for Home Inspections and EIFS/Stucco Inspections

Pete Szabo

My goal  is to provide  my clients with the information they need  to make the best decision possible about  the house they  are looking to buy. I place all deficiencies in   perspective  and  offer suggestions to correct the problem. I recommend to clients that they keep  their report and use it as a guide for maintaining their new home.

 

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What is a Good Home Inspection?

The purpose of a good home inspection is not to find every flaw in a house. The purpose is to make sure that the house is safe and sound. Because of our litigious society, inspection reports tend to become lists of small wear and tear issues. That’s were providing an evaluation for every comment becomes important.

 

Trinity Property Inspection uses a four color system for the text and more than a dozen different descriptors to provide the proper perspective for each comment in the report. Many comments are positive pointing out items that were upgraded or well cared for.

 

“Canned” text that can be used in any report is kept to a minimum to avoid clutter and make the report more useable.

 

Clients are always welcome to attend their inspection. Conversation with the inspector can go a long way toward easing concerns over real issues as they are found.

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Do You Need A Backup Home Inspection Plan for the Holiday Season?

Many home inspectors shut down for part or all of the holiday season. Trinity Property Inspection will be available for all your Home Inspection and EIFS/Stucco Inspection and Radon Testing needs throughout the Holiday Season.

 

Home Inspections

A home inspection includes the entire structure, roof, plumbing, electric, masonry, basement, attic, garage, crawlspace, furnace, air-conditioner, water heater etc. Every item in the house is inspected, operated and evaluated.

The landscaping is inspected for adequate drainage and the proximity of trees to the structure.

Any deficiencies noted during the inspection will be recorded and rated. Recommendations in the report are suggestions for improving or preserving the home.

Radon testing is available and recommended.

 

EIFS/Stucco Inspections
EIFS House PhotoMore and more homes are being built with EIFS or Stuccoexterior finish systems. It is a popular way to customize the exterior of a home or business.While the materials and designs have improved tremendously in recent years the original installation needs to be inspected and maintained.<!– –>

Trinity Property Inspection, Inc. is a locally owned inspection service offering Residential and Commercial Home Inspections, EIFS/Stucco inspections and Radon testing along the Colorado Front Range. Trinity Property Inspection performs prelisting and buyers home inspection services and new home acceptance inspections.
 
All Trinity Property Inspection reports are computer generated and include digital photography of issues and concerns.
 
Contact Us:
Trinity Property Inspections, Inc.
Your one stop for Home Inspections and EIFS/Stucco Inspections
Peter Szabo, CMI
Business (720) 290-2718
Fax (303) 690-6661
Website: pszabo1.inspectorpages.com
Email: szabo1@q.com
This email was sent to tcryer@kentwoodrealestate.com by szabo1@q.com |

 

Trinity Property Inspection | . | Highlands Ranch | CO | 80129

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One Response to Pete Szabo Back with Some Home Inspection Wisdom

  1. Great description of the home inspection process, what should be reported and the type of society we all live in today. Continued success from your friends at MyHomeInspector.Biz

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