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Brokers do not like me and my thorough inspections
My inspections jeopardise their commissions
or complicate their sales.
I HAVE TOOLS & INSTRUMENTS THAT CAN SAVE YOU SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF MONEY.
WOULD YOU USE AN AUTO MECHANIC WHO OWNS JUST A FEW WRENCHES?
WOULD YOU RELY ON A CARDIOLOGIST WHO DIDN’T OWN AN EKG INSTRUMENT?
WILL THE INSPECTOR YOU HIRE, HAVE AVAILABLE, THE TOOLS AND INSTRUMENTS THAT WILL HELP DECIDE IF THE INACCESSIBLE STAINS YOU SEE ARE WET AND REPRESENT ACTIVE LEAKS ?
DOES THE INSPECTOR OWN DIAGNOSTIC ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTS AND TESTERS?
DOES HE HAVE THE UNIQUE INSTRUMENT WILL INDICATE THAT YOU CAN NOT REMOVE A WALL OR PARTITION EVEN IF IT IS NOT LOAD BEARING?
The purpose of an inspection as defined by Mass. Reg. 266 CMR 6.02 is to report on the physical conditions of systems & components listed in 266 CMR 6.04 (see WHAT’S INCLUDED for the complete regulations) which are READILY ACCESSIBLE and OBSERVABLE. The inspector is not required to use tools and instruments. All he is required to do is OBSERVE and use a screwdriver to open readily accessible panels just to OBSERVE. The second required “tool” is a $2.00 neon tester to indicate the presence or absence of 120 volt electricity.
So, the first question you should ask an inspector is: What tools and instruments do you bring? The fee is the last question you should ask. There are several others, such as can you prove that your references are genuine.
100% of my clients are glad I agreed to be their inspector.
My expertise helped them reduce their purchase price.
Or saved them from buying a money pit.
Thorough Inspections by: Certified Pest Inspector Certified ASHI Inspector
On-site Ratings Rpt. (Better than waiting for a mailed rpt. or trying to print it on your own computer)
I own and know how to use an impressive amount of instruments & tools
The wise can recognize genuine references and know their value See myReferences
Highly rated on: Angies List
Top rating on BBB: Better Business Bureau
NO TAUREAN SCATOLOGY
Get the PEACE OF MIND you need by having a thorough inspection and a unique comprehensive ratings report given to you on-site immediately after the inspection. Your report will not be filled with CYA disclaimers. Most inspectors stuff & fluff their reports with disclaimers that insulate themselves from errors & omissions claims. Disclaimers can overwhelm buyers and discourage them from buying a good home. In addition to scaring their clients with CYA disclaimers, many inspectors insulate themselves from liability and responsibility by recommending “further evaluations” by an excessive number of tradespeople. Ace does not frivolously recommend “further evaluations” to minimize liability. Why not?Honesty, integrity and confidence of competency. A lot of time, effort and money have to be spent for CYA “further evaluations.” Many sellers won’t tolerate “further evaluations” and the deal can end. With Ace, your needs take priority over other interests. You can rely on it.
Having a license does not mean a home inspector is competent --- 95% of inspectors were given a license without any form of testing or investigation because of a "Grandfathering Law." (see FAQS)
I am an Emeritus
Read my References
They are genuine, unsolicited, from real clients and not from Real Estate salespeople.
Call to Schedule your home inspection. (617) 782-9079 7 days, 9-9
The low bid inspector will have no incentive or motivation to be thorough and work hard for his client. The resentment of accepting work from a price shopping client guarantees a poor inspection.
The few dollars saved will cost hundreds or thousands for defects that a thorough inspection can uncover. CAN YOU AFFORD A CHEAP INSPECTION?
Choosing an experienced Home Inspector that you can rely on is not an easy task. Common sense tells you that you shouldn't hire an inspection company based on their fees. The lowest fee usually means low quality. On the other hand a high fee does not guarantee excellence. It is unwise to hire the "lowest bidder" and foolish to pay too much.
Cheap inspectorsare not thorough--they perform fast and half-fast inspections. Expensive inspectors rely on the false logic -- "if it costs a lot it must be good."
It is easy to claim that your company is the best but not easy to be the best. Saying something does not make it so. Politicians and Inspectors who loudly claim they are the best usually aren't!
What criteria do you use to choose an inspector -- Price, education, experience, affiliations, references, etc.? All of the above and most importantly your gut feelings after having spoken with the actual person who will conduct the inspection.
Read my genuine and unsolicited references.
I provide complete Condo inspections.
Many Home inspectors do not concern themselves with problems in the common areas. I am not one of those inspectors. I feel it is important for my clients to know the condition of important elements of the Condominium beyond their unit. You may be purchasing a first class stateroom/cabin but what if it is in the Titanic!!
I provide home inspection and Condominium inspection services throughout the Boston area, including: Arlington, Belmont, Brookline, Cambridge, Newton, Somerville, Waltham, Watertown, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston and other towns and cities in Massachusetts. I am insured and licensed (#91).
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