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Buying a multi-family home can be a great investment. You will get a better price than you would with a typical home, and if you are moving next to friendly neighbors, you will always have someone around to chat with. On the downside of things, a multi-family home requires a special type of inspection. The reason behind this is that this type of home is built like a duplex and has multiple sinks, bathrooms, toilets, faucets, and so on. Luckily, this doesn’t mean that you need to check every inch of the house in search of flaws or other issues. Our professional Chandler multi-family inspection service is here to help you and make the buying process smoother.

What is A Multi-Family Home Inspection?

If you are wondering what sets apart a regular home inspection from a multi-family inspection, you should know that it’s the items and areas that need to be inspected. As you can imagine, a multi-family home is larger and spread across a wider plot of land. When you begin examining the plumbing and sewers for the home, the inspector needs to spend at least double the time than he would with a typical residence. Add to this that a multi-family home has double the home appliances; you can understand why a regular home inspection will not do it justice.

Our trained home inspectors will conduct a thorough examination of the physical structure and all the major systems. This begins with the foundation and ends at the roof. For us, it’s important to provide our clients with a comprehensive report that contains all the details they need about a new home that they are about to purchase. However, this service is not limited to homebuyers. If you already own a multi-family house and suspect that something might be working right, you can employ our services, and we will discover all the flaws.

Is a Multi-Family Home Inspection Worth It?

Becoming a homeowner is an important step in everyone’s life, and you want to ensure that you are buying the right property. You don’t want to end up purchasing a multi-family home only to find out that the hot water doesn’t work at all hours of the day or that the HVAC system is fried. To make things even worse, the plumbing system might be ancient, and this will lead to catastrophic bills in repairs. Fortunately, you can avoid all of this by hiring a multi-family home inspection.

In case you are planning to purchase a new home, getting a full inspection is worth every penny. You will be able to use the comprehensive report that we provide as a means to negotiate a better deal with the seller. Or, if the flaws that our Chandler home inspector discovers are too problematic to fix, you can simply walk away from the deal. You can trust that the trained eye of our professional inspectors will not be fooled by a fresh coat of paint or a fancy interior design. We know where to look and how to determine if a home requires major repairs.

What Do We Look For?

As previously noted, we conduct thorough home inspections that begin at the foundation and end with the roof. We take pride in the quality of our services and will not satisfied until every inch of the home is checked. Below you can find an overview of the things we look for when examining a multi-family home:

The list above gives you an overview of the main areas that our home inspector checks, but you can take things to the next level by checking out our ancillary services that are available as optional upgrades.

Do You Need to Be Present During the Inspection?

If you are busy and don’t have time to stick around for the multi-family inspection, this won’t be a problem. The home inspector will provide you with a comprehensive report that contains all the details you need to know. However, it can help if you are present during the inspection. You can take notes of your own and even ask the inspector additional questions, such as how much it will cost to repair a specific plumbing problem or if there’s an issue that needs to be fixed ASAP.

How Long Does a Multi-Family Home Inspection Last?

It usually takes 3-5 hours to inspect a typical household. Considering that a multi-family home is bigger and it contains double the home appliances, the time that we require to perform a thorough inspection is longer. If the property is massive, it might even take longer than a day. Get in touch with us and let us know just how big the house is. This will help us give you an accurate estimate of how long it will take our home inspectors to check every corner of the house and find any potential issue.

Get in Touch with Us

Whether you are planning to buy a multi-family home or already own one, we are here to help you out. You can get in touch with us via phone at (480) 680-9320 or by filling out the form on our homepage. We are available 24/7, and therefore, you shouldn’t hesitate to let us know if you have any additional questions or don’t see a service you are looking for on our “Services” page.

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