Your home is probably the most important investment of your life. Make sure you invest in the right home. A home inspection helps you to be confident in your decision. And when you choose the right home inspector in Utah, you get the confidence and sense of security.
We, at 4 Seasons Inspections & Remodeling, have been providing home inspection services to homeowners in Utah for many years. We are trusted, reliable and professional. Through our home inspections, we want to empower you to make the right decisions.
We have invested in modern equipment and technology so as to be able to identify defects and faults, and detect the presence of harmful substances in a property. We check major systems, appliances and structural elements carefully to ensure there are no issues that need to be addressed. We don’t do a quick walk around the property, we dig deep into everything that we inspect. This is why our inspection reports are detailed and comprehensive.
We have a team of inspectors who are experienced, trained and certified to conduct thorough home inspections. They have intense knowledge of the trade and therefore, no issue can go unnoticed by them. A home inspection usually takes 3-5 hours and the inspection report is given within 24 hours of the inspection. Reports given by us are easy to understand as we explain everything in detail with the help of illustrations. We suggest you be present at the time of inspection so that you can ask us questions about the repairs that are suggested. Each home inspector in Northern Utah is polite and cooperative,and will answer your queries patiently.
Our home inspection services are very reasonably priced as we want our services to be available to all homeowners. We want each and every homeowner to take a decision of buying or selling a home after getting an inspection of the house. Moreover, we believe that a happy customer is more rewarding than the fee we get.
Next time you are buying or selling a home, or going for major repairs, give us a call. We are your trusted home inspector in Utah.