When you go to buy a home, one of the things you will need to do is have the home professionally inspected. The same thing goes for when you are trying to sell your home. You cannot get conventional financing for a home that doesn’t pass certain inspections. A house has to be in livable condition, and free of danger or other complications in order to be bought, or sold. Making sure you are using the right company to inspect your home is also very important, you wouldn’t want something that can be life threatening or something that could severely decrease the value of your home to go unnoticed.
Another type of inspection is when you are building your home, or while a contractor is building a house, inspections need to be done during the building process, to ensure the house is being built properly. Having a safe house is what is at the most concern here. You won’t be able to build a house if the foundation doesn’t pass a inspection, and the same goes for a structural and mechanical inspection while the house is being framed. There is also a final inspection that needs to be passed before the house can be sold, or before a family moved into after it has been built.
Whether you are doing inspections because you are a contractor, or because you are looking at buying a house, or maybe it is because you are trying to warranty the house, you cannot avoid, or bypass getting inspections. Houses have strict guidelines to be livable, and they must be followed no matter what the situation is.