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We know how hard you've worked to save money to purchase your new home, and it seems like the expenses associated with your home purchase, just keep on piling up, and then you learned you need to get an inspection on your new home, the first question that comes to your mind is; another expense? -how much does the home inspection cost? but you are a money saver, you start thinking, I can save some money if I can get my new home inspected for as low as I can pay for the inspection, or I can save even more if I don't get the house inspected. I can save $350.00 minimum, by not getting a home inspection, that is a lot a money saved?
(Not a good idea, really!)
Are you really saving by not getting your home inspected?
Are you going to settle for a cheap inspection?
The answer is a big NO!
You save when you get a home inspection.
But not just a cheap inspection, you want to get a good inspection. When you look to save money hiring a cheap inspector, guess what you are going to get in return, yes, a cheap inspection.
At Almana Home Inspections, we are not cheap.
We offer, quality, value, and peace of mind with every inspection.
Our focus is to deliver to you a detailed report that will educate you, inform you on the current condition of the home, so you can have a clearer picture of the condition of your new home and make a informed decision. The worst thing you can do is not getting a general home inspection.
"Protect your investment, get your house inspected"
The truth is, you save when you get a home inspection.
The scenario below reveals the true savings.
How much do the repairs cost?
Plumbing: For most jobs that require a licensed plumber, you can expect to pay $575 for repairs, if you need to replace different components, it costs on average $1,450.
Electrical: if only part of your home needs upgrades for safety or needs to come up to today's standards, the cost depends on what exactly you need, safety upgrades or bringing a house’s electrical system up to today's standards, costs between $2,000 and $6,000
(Note: According to Texas standards of practice - Existing homes; not all electrical installations are required to be updated-up today's standards, New-build homes, yes.)
Warning: Don’t perform any electrical work unless you’re a licensed electrician!
HVAC: A new system costs between $1,700 and $13,000
If you need air conditioner or furnace parts, repairs usually cost between $300 and $700 or more.
How much do you save ?
You saved thousands when you don't have to pay for these repairs because the inspection report alerted you about all these issues that were hidden from the naked eye.
Your home inspection is part of your investment (yes, it is not an expense, it's an investment) $350. to $450. is only a fraction of that repairs cost. The math is simple.
At Almana Home Inspections, we know how important this is for you.
We are the specialists of the "General Home Inspections"
Proteja su Inversión, Elija una Inspección.