Choosing a home inspection company is an important decision for every home buyer. A thorough, pre-purchase inspection of a house can be your best defense against unwanted surprises after you move into your new home.
On this page of our site, we'll try to give you some insight into what questions you should ask when selecting a home inspection service. Even if you don't choose A.R.E Inspections, we'd like to help you make an educated decision.
- How long have you been in the environmental consulting business?
- Are you involved with or associated with any other business?
- Do you have professional Liability insurance?
- Do you have Errors & Omissions insurance?
- Do you encourage the client to attend the assessment?
- How soon can you typically schedule an assessment?
- How long will the assessment take?
- Are you experienced in residential and commercial assessments?
- How many residential and commercial assessments have you performed?
- How much will the assessment cost?
- Will you prepare a written report?
- Can we see a sample of your report?
Answers You Receive When Choosing Applied Real Estate Assessments
- We have been in the environmental consulting business since 2003
- We are not involved in any other business. In accordance with the ECAN® Standards of Practice, we do not participate in any construction related activities. It represents a conflict of interest.
- Yes, we do carry Errors & Omissions insurance.
- We always encourage buyers to attend the assessment. Buyers that attend have a better understanding of the property as viewed by the inspector and are better able to read and interpret the final report. The buyer's attendance also helps them understand the scope of an assessment as well as the limitations.
- An assessment can usually be scheduled within one or two days.
- A typical assessment of a 2400 square foot house will take roughly 2.5 hours.
- Our inspectors are certified for environmental assessments by ITA and ECAN® .
- Yes, we prepare an extensive written report that generally runs 15+ pages.
- Yes, our reports conform to and exceed EPA, NYDOH, and ECAN® Standards Of Practice.