SCHRAMLING HOME INSPECTION

 

One of the most important aspects of buying or selling a home or investment property is an impartial, third-party home inspection.

Let us do the nitty gritty work of figuring out what needs repairs or updating.

Let us give you peace of mind that your investment is as safe as it can be.

 
 
 
I was beyond nervous for the endeavor of tackling my first “flip” house. The one aspect I was stress free on was Ryan Schramling’s inspection. He was prompt, efficient and detailed throughout the process. He gave me a clear picture on the aspects that needed to be addressed to make the home market ready. His professionalism was highly appreciated.
— Ryan A.

A home inspection is one of the most important aspects of selling or buying your home.

Does the roof leak? Is there mold in the attic? Is there inconsistent heating system throughout the house? What about the electrical system? How old is the plumbing? Is the back deck safe for evenings hanging out? How about that flashing that will cost you thousands of dollars of repairs the next time we get 45 inches of rain in the winter? Seattle is beautiful, but Pacific Northwest climate can wreak havoc on our homes.

As a seller, you need to be aware of what work your house may require before the buyer does – before they lower the offer by thousands of dollars.

As a buyer, you want to know exactly how much work the house may need – which translates to how much money you’ll need to invest. Empowered with this knowledge, you are able to negotiate the transaction on your home.

A home inspection will give you the necessary tools to move forward with the sale or purchase of your home or investment property. That’s where we come in.

“As a licensed inspector, I am ready to crawl into the smallest spaces, climb onto the roof, and inspect every aspect of your home. As a firefighter for the past eighteen years, I’ve done my fair share of climbing stairs, ladders, and been in the most structurally damaged of homes. I know how to get around any type of building, and nothing beats my thoroughness. I notice every detail.”