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Provide our clients with a thorough and affordable home inspection with fast, flexible scheduling.
These were my three main goals when I started
Bannon Home Inspections years ago.
With thousands of inspections completed and the addition of three inspectors to our team, the only thing that's changed is having the privilege to serve even more clients while maintaining the same level of service as when I first started.
No matter what part of North Carolina or South Carolina you need us-- we're here for you! From Charlotte to Lancaster, to anywhere in between, our trained and trusted team of inspectors has all of your home inspection needs covered.
My promise to you: provide the best home inspection experience in the Charlotte, NC area.
Shaun Bannon, Owner/Licensed Home Inspector
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A home inspection is an important step in the real estate process. Having a great team on your side can make this process less stressful. We share a common goal with you and your agent: reaching the closing table.
Our part in all of this is to provide you with knowledge. Knowledge gives you the ability to make informed decisions. This is crucial when it comes to an investment like a home. It could single handedly be the biggest purchase you ever make. Knowing the condition of the home you intend to purchase is important.
This is where a local home inspection company like Bannon Home Inspections stands out. We offer personal service. We started out years ago in Monroe, NC and have since expanded to serving the greater Charlotte and surrounding areas of the Carolinas. We offer many add-on services to your home inspection such as termite, radon, water testing, septic, mold and more. This makes it convenient for you to get all your inspection services completed in a timely manner. We promise a thorough inspection and a fast turnaround on your easy-to-read report.
Selecting a Charlotte home inspection company doesn’t have to be challenging. Go with one that offers local, professional service. Our highly trained, licensed home inspectors have one goal in mind: To provide you with the best home inspection experience in the Carolinas. There will always be a ‘cheaper’ alternative in any business. The cheap route isn’t necessarily always the best way to go when it comes to inspections. When you are hiring a home inspector, ensure you are choosing one that provides quality and reliable services. Our online reviews are consistent. We offer top-rated, trusted and affordable home inspection services. We will be there for you after the inspection. If you choose Bannon, we promise to deliver the best home inspection experience to you. You can feel confident in your decision. Schedule your inspection online or call us today (704) 776-3659.
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Get A Home Inspection Before You Make Any Purchase Decisions!
A purchase price is not set in stone until closing. If issues are uncovered during your home inspection, it is perfectly within your rights to go back and negotiate repairs or propose a new price to the seller.
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Common Charlotte Home Inspection Questions Answered.
Why should I consider having a home inspection?
A home inspection is a visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a home, from the roof to the foundation. Home inspectors typically spend two to three hours walking through a property, taking notes and photos along the way. They then compile their findings into a written report that will help you understand the condition of the home and identify any major problems that need to be addressed. While a home inspection is not required when you buy a home, it is highly recommended. A professional home inspector can often spot problems that you might not notice, and his or her report can give you leverage when negotiating with the seller to get repairs made before you close on the house.
I am building a brand-new construction home. Do I need to have it inspected?
You may be surprised to know that when building a home there are 3 separate inspections you should consider. The first of which is pre-drywall. This is, just as it sounds, an inspection of the home prior to the drywall being installed. A lot of potential issues can be found and resolved at this point. The second inspection would take place when construction is complete and once you have completed your final or ‘blue tape’ walkthrough. This is your standard residential inspection. Even on newly constructed homes, many deficiencies are discovered from minor concerns to sometimes major, potential costly ones. While a new construction home may seem perfect, there are still potential problems that can arise. It is always a good idea to have a professional home inspector take a look at the property before finalizing the purchase. The last type of inspection to consider is an 11th month. Most homebuilders provide a one-year warranty on newly constructed homes. It is a good idea to consider having one more inspection around the 11th month. You can make a list of concerns to present to your inspector and in addition they will check hundreds of other components, systems and items and present you with a report you can take to your builder to be able to address any warranty related concerns.
What does a home inspector look for?
A home inspector will examine the interior and exterior parts of your house, such as the foundation, structural components, roofing system, HVAC unit (heating/air conditioning), plumbing system and electrical installation. They'll then provide a written report with their findings. Major items and systems checked include: Heating system Central air conditioning system (temperature permitting) Interior plumbing and electrical systems Roof and rain gutters Attic, including visible insulation Walls Ceilings Floors Windows and doors Foundation Basement/Crawl Space Structural components
How long does a home inspection take?
A home inspection usually takes about two to three hours. The inspector will go through the property, checking for any structural damage, electrical problems, plumbing issues, and other potential problems. After the inspection is complete, the inspector will prepare a report detailing their findings. We do our best to provide our reports in a timely manner. The vast majority of our reports are delivered within 24 hours.
How much does a home inspection cost in North & South Carolina?
For us, home inspection fees vary based on the size of the home only. We do not charge extra for location, foundation type, age, etc. Typically, a home inspection costs between $350 and $500 on average. Our starting price for a home inspection in the Carolinas is $350 for any home up to 2000 sq. ft. We offer a convenient calculator to take the guesswork out of the pricing above 2,000 sq.ft. We also offer several types of discounts if you qualify.
Should I or can I attend the home inspection?
Although you are not required to attend the home inspection, it is strongly recommended that you do. This is your opportunity to see the home through the eyes of a trained professional. The post-inspection briefing we provide you and your agent is a great opportunity to learn more about the property you are interested in and to ask any questions you may have. Plus, the inspector will be able to point out any potential problems that you may not have noticed. If you are unable to attend, your inspector is available to discuss their findings with you over the phone prior to or after receiving your report.
Can a home pass or fail an inspection?
No, this is not a pass/fail process. Your detailed report will present all the findings from the home inspection process. While the number of deficiencies can vary from home to home, a house never passes or fails. The facts are presented to you as our client to help you make informed decisions and to work with your real estate professional on the best way to proceed based on the inspection.