Corona Home Inspector
The purchase of a home is the single largest financial investment you will make today. It is important that buyers know as much as possible about their future home. The best way to do that is to protect that investment with a professional home inspection. Buying a home can be a monumental experience and the presence of an experienced home inspector can be very beneficial. As a professional home inspector, I undoubtedly understand that buying/selling a home is an important commitment and can often be harder than we hoped.
However, all major systems are reviewed during our home inspection and we at Diamond Property Inspections, not only welcome but, encourage the attendance of the buyer during the home inspection, in an attempt to provide you with a general knowledge of the home. I will explain how systems and components operate and what recommended regular maintenance should be performed on these systems or components, thereby alleviating some of the concerns you might have. I will locate and explain the safety features in homes, such as GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters), AFCI (Arc-fault Circuit interrupters), smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, and TPR (Temperature Pressure Relief) valves on water heaters, along with anything else that you may have questions about. I can also show you the location of the main water and gas shut offs, the electrical disconnects, etc.
Look No Further
Choosing a home inspector is very difficult in this market. Buyers should choose inspectors that are trained to evaluate the systems/components in the home to determine if the items are not performing as intended, damaged, beyond their useful life or are unsafe. Since the home inspection industry is not licensed in California, anyone can advertise and perform home inspections.
I will assist with common maintenance issues, such as how and when to change the furnace filter or suggest re-caulki4ng around bathtubs to prevent concealed damage behind wall tiles. Our home inspections enable you to take control of your real estate transaction by helping you identify potential problems.
So how does a homebuyer protect himself or herself? We recommend comparing inspector credentials carefully; look at education, experience and professional memberships, in the inspection business “you get what you pay for” as the saying goes, and it could cost you dearly. The money saved by a low-cost home inspection may well be costlier in the future due to items overlooked by a less qualified inspector. Check out our Inspector qualifications and decide for yourself.
Integrity & Authenticity
Here at Diamond Property Inspections, we strictly follow privacy and disclosure laws for our clients. We specialize in taking extra steps to make sure you know what you are getting when agreeing to a home inspection. Handling private and sensitive information top priority and our reviews show that we are the real deal. When it comes home inspection, we leave no stone unturned, Our Reviews prove it.
Credentialed & Certified
Education is regarded as one of the most important factors for home inspectors. With ever changing standards and laws, a home inspector must be up to par with municipal, state and federal laws. we take pride in earning over 30 continuing education hours to satisfy certification renewal. however, we average over 70 continuing education credits hours per year, every year, for 16 years now. We love what we do and enjoy educating our clients.
Diamond Property Inspection Review
September 21, 2016
As we were in the process of home buying we had to find a Home Inspector. In our location there were many results but one stood out and that was Greg! Not only did he answer his phone immediately, he was very personable, answered all my questions, and took his time to write a very thorough report of his findings. Thanks Greg! – Seen on Yelp.com