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Project Worx LLC uses the latest home inspection software to deliver you a visual, modern home inspection report that explains our findings in a way you can understand.

After several years of working in project development, engineering, and project management with large utility companies to make sure projects were delivered with a quality scope while adhering to schedule and financial constraints, I started Project Worx LLC after relocating my family to the East Tennessee region. After moving across the country several times, I became aware of the various services that different house inspection businesses provide and the wide range of differences between them that may eventually affect your investment. even with various inspectors working for the same home inspection business

There are several reasons why a professional home inspection is essential when buying a home. First, it can uncover hidden problems that may affect the property’s value, safety, and livability. For example, a home inspector may discover mold or water damage that could be a health hazard to the occupants. Second, a home inspection can help you avoid expensive repairs in the future. If a home inspector identifies potential problems during the inspection, you can use this information to negotiate with the seller to make repairs or lower the property price. Third, a home inspection can give you peace of mind. Knowing that a professional has thoroughly examined the property and identified potential issues could help you decide whether to proceed with the purchase.

A professional home inspection typically takes two to four hours, depending on the size and complexity of the property. The inspector will visually examine the home’s exterior and interior, including the roof, foundation, walls, doors, windows, plumbing, electrical, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. The inspector will also inspect any additional structures on the property, such as a garage, shed, or pool, if applicable. The inspection will be conducted according to the standards of practice set forth by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), the leading home inspection association in the United States.


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