Building and Pest Inspections

by Paul Valeri 07/07/2019

Investing in a property is a massive step for anyone. This property will be of great benefits as it can serve a business place or where you will live with your loved ones. Regardless of your reason for buying a property, it has to be smart and careful. Also, some experts can help you look for a suitable property. Before you move into a new apartment, the first thing to do is to look for a reliable estate agent. They are responsible for getting you your dream house. When the real estate agents have done their job, the next step is to look for banks that are willing to give you the needed loan to buy your property.

However, it is always advisable to look for professional pest inspection services before you decide to buy a new house because it ensures that your hard-earned money will go to a home that is of high-quality. Apart from that, you will be sure of the establishment you are looking for. However, there are some cases where building and pest inspection services fail to achieve its purpose because of specific mistakes. Learn about some mistakes to avoid during building and pest inspection. Here are some of the critical missteps to should avoid during construction and pest inspection:

Deciding on a property by the looks 

This is one of the mistakes people make while inspecting a building. They tend to judge the book by its cover. A lot of people decide on the property by merely looking at the exterior. They base their decision on the look. Judging a home based on its outward appearance is a mistake that you should avoid because you don’t know how the property looks inside. 

Also, you may not be able to carry out adequate pest inspection from outside. You need to get into the building and inspect essential parts of the building. It looks good does not mean it is good. A home inspector will confirm the actual status of the building so that if there are issues, you can factor that into your decision.

Pleasure over safety 

Another mistake people make when carrying out building, and pest inspection on a property is to underestimate the importance of safety. Your safety should be your priority when inspecting a house. 

 The essence of examining a property before making a decision is to make sure that the property is safe to live in by checking whether the house is in excellent condition and free from pest infestation.

Hire a reputable home inspector to check your property before making up your mind.

About the Author
Author

Paul Valeri

Put my record as the longest standing Certified Residential Specialist in all of Western Connecticut to work for you today. Licensed broker in CT since 1973, REALTOR Emeritus, I remain at your service, full-time and vital as ever, specializing in Fairfield and Litchfield county residential & serious commercial activity. My picture on the porch of my current home speaks to the fact that I, also, specialize in the design, sale, and construction of classic full log homes, carefully crafted out of specimen full logs originating from First Nation forests off the west coast of British Columbia. Scandinavian scribed, these full log homes are rarely, if ever, available in the eastern United States.

Paul Valeri: born In 1948, married, resides in Bridgewater, CT in their lodge of full log western red cedar. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame. Bronze Star decorated Vietnam Veteran. Owner-Broker of Paul Valeri, REALTORS since 1975. President of the Non-Profit Development Corp of Danbury since 1981. Founder of Danbury’s Vet House, home for ten previously homeless veterans. Canadian Board of Directors for the Miramichi Salmon Association, and founder of its First Cast MSA, a mentorship program that introduces new blood to Atlantic salmon fly fishing. Trustee with the Danbury Museum & Historical Society and its Moderator for The Hat City Ball.

Hobbies include mountain hiking, fly fishing, and playing golf (badly), walking preferred!