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1st AZ Home Inspection is Tucson’s number 1 home inspection company. We pride ourselves in the quality we give on each home inspection. We know your time is valuable to you so we are on time and complete our work in a timely manor.

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What is Home Inspection?

A Home Inspection is a visual examination of the structure of homes and properties.

If you are thinking of buying a home or commercial building, it should be inspected thoroughly by an experienced and unbiased professional inspector.

What Does A Home Inspection Include?

A Home Inspection includes a visual examination of the buildings from top to bottom.

The inspector evaluates the condition of the structure, roof, drainage, and
water leaks – both incoming and out going. Walls, windows, doors, leaks –
visible, water drainage, external walls, pool operations, walkways, stairs and patios.

Only those items that are visible and accessible, by normal means are included in the report.

When Do I Request A Home Inspection?

The best time to consult Home Inspection is right after you have made an offer to purchase.

Ask the estate agent to write a clause into the contract that the Home Inspection Report is part of the condition of sale.

Can A Property ``Fail`` A Home Inspection?

No. A professional Home Inspection is simply an examination into the current condition of your prospective property purchase.

An inspector, therefore, will not pass or fail a building, but will simply describe the condition and indicate which items will be in need of repair or replacement.

What If The Home Inspection Report Reveals Problems?

If the Home Inspection Report finds problems in the building, it does not
necessarily mean that you should not buy it, only that you are made aware of what type or repairs to anticipate.

A seller may be willing to make repairs because of significant problems
discovered by the Home Inspection. If your budget is tight, or if you do wish to become involved in future repair work, you may decide that this is not the
property for you. The choice is yours.