The expert help
that you’ve been looking for without the cost
of a full home inspection.
looking for that perfect home, you may have questions
and/or concerns that will affect your decision whether
to buy the house or not.
answer the questions? Who can address the concerns?
of paying for a full home inspection, now there is an
easy and less costly method to get those critical
ASK an Expert.
One who is a licensed and registered
architect in New York and a professional with over 31
years of home inspection experience for advice. (bio)
nominal fee you can ask your question and with the free
option of including photos you will have an immediate
answer. Of course without a physical inspection of the
premises comments will be limited in scope.
How does it work.
me your question with photos (optional) and I will email
you my answer for $19.99 for the first question plus
$9.99 for each additional question.
me your question with photos (optional) and we can have
a live phone conversation for $29.99 for 10 minutes plus
$9.99 for each additional 5 minutes. With this option
the first one minute for a general conversation and
introduction is free.
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your question or questions
either option- email response or live conversation.
on your request I will forward a credit card PayPal
invoice for payment. After the payment is confirmed
either you will receive an email response (if you
requested this option) or a phone call so that we can
discuss your concerns.
without the cost of a full home inspection.
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Get the home inspection help and support you need
immediately. Here are some of the items that we
specialize in supporting:
Is the crack in the foundation walls significant?
Should we replace the wood post supports?
Is the sagging roofs a problem?
Are the very definite interior floor slopes and uneven
floor a structural problem?
Are those squeaky floors a structural problem?
Basement seepage and leakage problems
Is there mold in the basement?
What is a french drain system?
Does the sump pump indicate a flooding basement?
Is the electrical system adequate?
Is the aluminum service wire a fire hazard?
Is the aluminum wire to the electric stove a problem?
Are the small gauge aluminum wires within the house a
Termite and other wood destroying questions
The premise was treated for termites-Should I be
What should I ask for from the seller?
Heating and air conditioning
The systems look old and weary-what information should I
obtain from the seller?
What is the expected life for these units?
If the heating system uses oil or gas to crate the heat,
when the heating system is operation I smell of oil or
gas. Is this a problem?
Is the buried oil tank a problem?
There are two layers of shingles on the roof and the
seller tells us that you can install a third layer. Is
What is the expected life for a asphalt shingle, roll
roofing, slate, tile or rubberized roof?
There are water stains on the top floor ceiling-is this
There are pails in the attic area-is this a problem?
There is moss on the roof surface- is this a problem?
railroad tie or stone retaining wall
the grade of the landscaping around the house
condition of wood decking