Whether you’re buying or selling a home or building in Northwest Arkansas, having a professional home inspection from NWA Inspecting will give you peace of mind through your transaction and give you the important information you need on your future property transaction.
We perform visual inspection of the structure and components of a home or building and look for items that are not performing correctly or unsafe. If a problem or a symptom of a problem is found, NWA inspecting will include a description of the problem in a written report and may recommend further evaluation. Before you close, you need to consider whether or not repairs are needed now and who’s going to pay for them.
Emotion often affects the buyer and makes it hard to imagine any problems with their new purchase. A buyer needs a home inspection to find out all the problems possible with the home or building before closing. Once your inspection is performed, review the home inspection report and make a list of items you think the seller should address and present them to the agent in a timely manner.
We are licensed and insured to meet all the criteria you look for when trusting a home inspection service. Call us at (479) 685-5065 to schedule an appointment and find out why NWA Inspecting has been recommended as the most customer focused home Inspection company in Northwest Arkansas.
How we can help you
We are a full service home inspection company dedicated to perform quality inspections at a reasonable cost.
Types of inspections include:
Winter is here. It's never too late to check door and window weather stripping.
DOORS - Visually inspect exterior door weather stripping. If no defects are noticeable, try sliding a dollar bill between the door and door-jamb on the locked side. If the dollar bill can fit through, chances are, the weather stripping should be replaced. Air gaps can also be seen with a flashlight on the other side of the door.
WINDOWS - To check if weather stripping is needed around windows wet your hand with water, and run your hand around the casing of the window. The moisture on your hand will help you detect any drafts that may be passing through the window perimeter.