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Inspection Services

Inspections for New Hampshire & Vermont

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Buyer’s Inspection

Buying a new house is likely one of, if not the largest purchase decisions you’ll ever make. The whole process can be difficult and can often cause conflicting emotions and stress. A professional home inspection by HighMark Inspection Services can substantially reduce the risk and lessen the burden in your new home investment.

It just makes sense to learn as much as you can about the quality of your purchase, before signing off on everything and taking the keys. Remember, HighMark Inspection Services is Looking Out for You.

We’ll walk your house to inspect the following:

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Roof

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Exterior

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Basement, Foundation, Crawlspace, & Structure

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Heating

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Cooling

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Plumbing

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Electrical

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Fireplace

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Attic, Insulation, & Ventilation

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Doors, Windows, & Interior

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Pre-Listing / Seller’s Inspection

Before you list your home, give HighMark Inspections an opportunity to inspect it. This will help you learn everything that’s wrong with the property. By fixing or replacing broken items, your home could command a higher price tag!

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New Construction Inspection

It would be nice to move into a newly constructed home without needing an inspection, but it’s unrealistic to do so. After all, contractors make mistakes and take common shortcuts. Let us inspect the property before you move in. This could save you lots of headaches later on.

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New Construction Phase Inspections

This is the best way to stay on top of what’s happening on the construction site. We’ll visit the site multiple times and will report back on anything that’s going wrong. This is by far the easiest way to ensure your contractors can quickly fix any problems.

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Home Maintenance Inspections

After you’ve purchased the home, make sure it stays in good shape. The best method is by scheduling regular Home Maintenance Inspections. We’ll check out the systems in your home and will let you know what, if any, problems can be expected soon.

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Commercial Building / Property Inspection

If you’re in Vermont or New Hampshire and need a new commercial business space, we’re happy to inspect it first! We take care of all commercial spaces, including warehouses, industrial, strip malls, and storefronts. Contact us for more information.

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Loan Draw Inspection

Lenders don’t typically make all the funding available for new home construction at the beginning. Instead, they’ll want to work with an inspector to ensure that their money is being used properly. We offer Loan Draw Inspections to make the process go as smoothly as possible.

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Re-Inspections

Your new home is almost ready! But before you sign on the dotted line, take the time to have the house Re-Inspected. That way, we can make sure your home repair addendum was taken care of. Additionally, we’ll look for any last-minute issues.

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Foundation Certification Inspection for Mobile Homes

If you’re buying a mobile home via FHA, HUD, VA, or a conventional loan, you’ll need to obtain a foundation certificate. We verify that the foundation was built of durable materials (mortared masonry, concrete, treated wood, etc.). Additionally, we’ll provide a certificate if the foundation passes inspection.

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Crawlspace Inspection Robot

If the crawlspace cannot be accessed due to height restrictions or safety concerns, we utilize our inspection robot that has camera and video capabilities to ensure the structure is inspected and free of defects.

Watch Our Crawlspace Inspection Robot In Action

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Our Service Area

We happily provide residential and commercial inspections throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.

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