Know about common problems found in home inspections

Making a home purchase is no small matter. Whether you’ve found your live-in-ready dream home or an older home that will need some TLC, it’s of major importance to know what you’re getting. Platinum Property Inspections wants Prescott home buyers to...

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Monsoons are coming! Are you prepared?

If you’ve spent a summer in Prescott, you’ve probably experienced monsoon season and the heavy rains that sometimes create their own path for runoff. Since drainage issues can go unnoticed during most of the year, it’s important when purchasing a...

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Home inspection does not replace a termite inspection

If you have ever bought or sold a home, you may be familiar with termite inspections. The subterranean termite that makes its home in Arizona can cause severe damage to structural wood in homes and buildings. While a termite inspection is required by most lenders,...

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What’s covered in a property inspection?

Have you ever wondered what exactly a property inspector is looking for? You may have seen him or her under the sink, up in the attic, or even on the roof. An inspection can cover most every aspect of a property, including electrical, HVAC, and structural components....

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Why you need an inspection on your new home

You’ve found the perfect home in Prescott, the paperwork is in process. Platinum Property Inspections would like to remind you of one more important thing you need before closing the deal - a complete home inspection. Not only will a home inspection give you...

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A Thorough Inspection of Your Real Estate Property

What Is Assessed During a General Home Inspection? The best way to learn the true condition of your home is to have a professional inspector come to your property to do a general home inspection. This is a visual survey that can take two hours or more to conduct. They...

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Want to Know What Will Be Inspected in Your Home?

What Are Home Inspection Service Forms? A home inspection service form is used as a guide when an inspector is touring a property. These forms are also given to the real estate agent, seller, and potential buyer. The home inspector will frequently use the same forms...

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