When was the last time you had your home inspected?  When you bought it?  If it's been awhile, it may be wise to have a new inspection to find out what kind of shape your home is in.  And if you're buying a home, it definitely is something that should be done before you sign the purchase agreement.

Here's a recent post from the Star Tribune on why home inspections are important. The author of is a Minneapolis building inspector. He encourages prospective home buyers to have the home inspected prior to purchase. A lot can be wrong with a home that you may not detect yourself, and you may find yourself in for substantial repair bills if you do not have a professional look it over before you buy.

And once you have your home, even if it was inspected when you bought it, having it inspected again from time to time as the home ages is also a good idea.  Choosing to have a whole house inspection may be a good idea for problems that might not be visible.

What You'll Learn From This Article:
  • The importance of having a home inspection done on your new home
  • Working with a licensed, qualified home inspector for the process
  •  Doing routine inspections during the life of the home is also a good idea
Here are Quarve, while we don't do whole-house inspections, we are able to provide roofing inspections for those that need them. Even if you're not new to your home, having one done is beneficial to ensure that your roof is in good working condition.  In fact, many roofing warranties require an annual inspection.  With fall just around the corner, this is the perfect time to arrange for a roof inspection if yours hasn't been checked over for awhile.  Make sure your roof is ready for another hard Minnesota winter - give us a call today at 763.785.1472.