Residential Inspection

Overview

All Senel Property Inspection Expert Home Inspections are performed in accordance with the high standards set forth in the InterNACHI Standards of Practice for Inspecting Residential Properties. These standards are similar to the ASHI, CREIA, GAPHI, and NAHI Residential Standards.


Buying Home

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you will make and Senel Property Inspection wants to be there to help you make an informed decision.

Making sure your new home is safe and secure is our biggest goal. When you choose Senel Inspection you can guarantee the highest quality inspection.

Having a home inspection completed is a common clause before closing sale on a house. A home inspection is an inexpensive way to discover the universal condition of a home. As a buyer, it protects you from unknown faults and risks in the house that may come up in the future. It is important to choose a qualified inspector as a good inspector will examine features that are not readily visible.

    Reports

    Senel Property Inspection, Inc. inspection reports are easy to read, concise, and informative.
    For both your and the environments' benefit, home inspection reports are delivered online. The online format allows you to:

  • Zoom-in on pictures
  • Click links for invaluable supplemental information
  • Save a tree
  • You may also download a PDF version of the report for off-line viewing or printing. Printed reports available upon request.
    View Sample Report


    Reports are delivered within twenty-four hours.

    While we could deliver the reports on the spot, we prefer to provide superior service. Each report, including high quality color photos, is reviewed by a second home inspector to ensure accuracy. Additional research may also be done. A home is one of the largest investments that you will make in your life - we want to make sure you have a thorough home inspection.


Seller's Inspection

If you are selling your house, having an inspection done can be an important key in your arsenal.

Having everything disclosed before the sale is closed allows the sale of the home to go through without a hitch. It allows you to fix any necessary repairs, using a reasonably-priced contractor of your choosing, and therefore justify your asking price.