Once you have found the home of your dreams, you’ll want to make sure the reality of owning it does not become a nightmare for you. Americas Choice Commercial Building Inspections, LLC offers comprehensive property assessments for prospective buyers who want to ensure their purchase is a sound investment. Our home inspectors will thoroughly assess the home from the inside out, in order to give you the information you need to make the best possible choice. Let’s talk about the benefits of a residential building inspection and what our inspectors will be checking when they arrive. 

Residential Building Inspection

Don’t Skip the Home Inspection

A home inspection is a valuable part of the real estate transaction because the home inspector may uncover something that makes the home more costly than the asking price. Each of our property condition assessments includes a cost analysis of any major component that will likely need to be repaired or replaced in the next two years. When you have all of the facts documented in your inspection report as you make an offer, you will be able to get the best deal possible.

What Will the Inspector Look For?

Americas Choice Commerical Building Inspections, LLC will meticulously assess the structure and its components, such as the roof, plumbing, HVAC, and electrical systems. We want to help you make a choice based on facts and not just feelings. We have been inspecting homes in the Carolinas since 1990, bringing the experience, knowledge, and consistency that will best support your home-buying experience.

Schedule Your Home Inspection Today

Americas Choice draws on years of experience and a commitment to customer service that is unmatched by our competitors. In addition to residential building inspections, we also provide inspections of commercial properties such as office and industrial facilities, retail and hospitality buildings, and condo and apartment buildings. Contact us today at (704) 624-8444 for more information about us or to request an inspection. We serve clients in the Charlotte, Asheville, and Raleigh areas of North Carolina who are ready to do their due diligence.

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