When you call for a certified home inspector to determine the precondition of a property, Paulele Home Inspections is the investigator you can trust.
Our services include the careful inspection of its heating and cooling systems, plumbing, electrical work, water, and sewage, as well as some fire and safety issues. In addition, our home inspector will look for evidence of insect, water, or fire damage or any other issue that may affect the value of the property.
For potential home buyers, it is vital to hire a certified home inspector to research a property and acquire a written report that details its condition before the sale is final. The report should include an evaluation of necessary or advised repairs, maintenance concerns, and any other potentially costly issues. The physical structure of the home, from the foundation to the roof, as well as the home’s systems, must be included in the assessment to ascertain if the home is up to code.
Sellers of the property can increase the earnings of a sale by having an inspection done before putting their home on the market. If the report shows a need for repairs or improvements, the seller is able to complete them before the selling process and get top dollar in the deal. First impressions matter. Having the home in top condition boosts the value of the property.
What’s included in the inspection?
At Pauele Home Inspections, we take pride in our attention to detail. All of our inspections are Certified with the National Home Inspection Certification. From top to bottom, we use only the latest equipment in our inspections:
We are fully insured to give you peace of mind.
Paulele Home Inspections LLC, is a nationally certified company by InterNACHI. Certification requires all inspectors to pass accredited courses on a yearly basis.
“My mission as a Certified Home Inspector is to provide Hawaii Residents with a detailed professional Home Inspection and peace of mind during the home purchasing process,” – Alberto Maldonado, owner.