From ASHI – American Society of Home Inspectors
A home inspection is a vital part of a home purchase. ASHI believes that home inspections can continue during the COVID-19 outbreak when prudent safety precautions are practiced, and when performing the inspection does not conflict with government orders. Everyone involved is responsible for helping with safety. The following is based on recommendations from the CDC, NIH, & WHO.
For Buyers and Real Estate Agents:
Do not attend the inspection. If you wish to attend, do so only at the end of the inspection.
Do not bring children, relatives, contractors, and others to the inspection. Reschedule the inspection if you wish to attend, and if you feel sick, or if you exhibit symptoms of respiratory illness.
Use hand sanitizer before entering and before leaving the home.
Touch as few things in the home as possible.
Reschedule the inspection if anyone in the home feels sick, or exhibits symptoms of respiratory illness.
Do not attend the inspection. Make arrangements for children, relatives, and others to be out of the home during the inspection.
Wipe bathroom and kitchen fixtures, toilet handles, and doorknobs with a sanitizing wipe before the inspection.
For more information visit: https://dph.georgia.gov/covid-19-daily-status-report
Professional Home Inspections
They say that harmony is the sound of things that go together well.
At Harmony Home Inspection Services, we like that idea, because our business is built on the goal of fostering cooperation between all parties involved in the process of building, buying, or selling a home in the Greater Atlanta area. We’re proud to have conducted more than 5,000 inspections throughout the region since we opened our doors in 2004.
At Harmony, we believe there are many good reasons to have a professional inspection performed on a new home or a home under construction, and the main one is that an unbiased independent inspector has your back. A home inspector has a relationship with you, the customer, rather than a builder or financial institution.
A Detailed Report On Your Inspection
Within 24 hours of your inspection, Harmony will send you a complete, well-documented digital inspection report that addresses the condition of the house, including needed repairs and expenses. The report uses state-of-the art HomeGauge software, which allows us to document our findings and back them up with expandable photos and video if needed. The report can be read easily on any type of phone or computer and includes a Create Request List Create Request List™ tool that allows you to share the inspection results with a real estate agent, buyer, or seller. This link will help create open communication and harmony throughout the purchase process.Request to schedule your Harmony Home Inspection today and we promise to use all our skills, experience, and training to help you achieve the peace of mind and confidence that you deserve. If you have questions, contact Harmony at 770-235-5793.
Getting a Clear Picture of Your Property
Harmony owner Hank Spinnler is a licensed home inspector with the Georgia Association of Home inspectors (GAHI) and has multiple certifications from professional organizations such as the International Code Council (ICC) and the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). He also brings decades of experience in home building and renovation.
No house is perfect. Even the best built and best maintained homes will have a few items in less than optimal condition. A professional Harmony home inspection will give you a clear picture of the many systems and structural elements that make up the property. If you are selling your home, a pre-listing inspection will point out any potential problems that might be uncovered later by the buyer’s inspection. Finding them early will allow you to address them before your home goes on the market, making for a faster and smoother sale.
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