HOME INSPECTION DENVER

Home Inspector – Hiring The Best Will Save You Money

Brothers is the independent inspection company homebuyers trust.

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How does a home inspection benefit you as a homebuyer?

If you are in the process of buying a home, a home inspection can often save you thousands of dollars on the final purchase price, and even more on unexpected repairs in the future.

An experienced home inspector can identify issues with a home’s foundation, exterior. roof, hvac, plumbing, and electrical systems that should be repaired (or replaced) by the seller… IF concessions for those issues have not already been factored into the price of the home.

The information regarding any issues found in your home inspection report gives you the leverage you need to negotiate concessions that result in a truly fair purchase price for your home.

What Makes Us Different From Other Home Inspectors?

Did you know?

Nearly every home inspection company in Denver is dependent on referrals from people who work in the real estate industry to stay in business.

Believe it or not, most home inspectors rely on referrals from realtors or lenders for over 90% of their business.

Without those referrals from people involved in the industry, nearly every residential inspection company in the metro area would be out of business within a week.

The problem with such an overly-dependent relationship between inspectors and the people who work in the real estate industry is that it puts the inspectors in a very compromising position.

READ MORE ABOUT THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST MOST INSPECTORS HAVE

Brothers inspectors commonly identify issues
that result in $3,000 or more in Seller concessions.

Move In To Your New Home With Confidence.

We’ll help you avoid surprises and expensive home repairs.

QUESTION: How much does a typical home inspection cost in Denver?

ANSWER: The cost of a typical buyer’s inspection depends on several factors, such as:

  • the square footage of the home you are buying
  • the inspection package you choose
  • which additional inspections/testing you choose
  • how qualified the inspector is

READ THIS INSIDER SECRET ABOUT HOME INSPECTORS

There’s another very important factor that can affect the cost of your inspection, and it is one that more and more homebuyers are becoming aware of. Ignoring this one thing can cost you thousands, or even tens of thousands of dollars in the long run.

A hidden factor that plays into how much your inspection will cost is the relationship between the inspector and other real estate professionals involved in the sale or purchase of your new home.

Inspectors that rely heavily on referrals from real estate agents and mortgage lenders to stay in business will offer their inspection services for less than an inspection company that is truly independent.

However, what may seem like a good deal at first, actually comes with a hidden price.

One that could be very expensive for you as the homebuyer.

SEE THE HIDDEN CONFLICT OF INTEREST OTHER HOME INSPECTORS DON’T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT

QUESTION: How long will it take to receive my inspection report?

ANSWER:

Our most popular inspection packages include immediate delivery of your web-based inspection report.

QUESTION: What if the home inspection report reveals problems?

ANSWER:

Even if your inspector finds a significant issue with the house, keep in mind that anything can be fixed. It’s just a matter of how
much it will cost to repair, and the seller’s willingness to negotiate a concession on the price of the house so you aren’t stuck with the bill.

The inspection report is designed to make you aware of issues (or potential issues), so you aren’t blindsided by expensive repairs after you move in. If your inspector does find areas of concern with the house, that does not mean that you are making a mistake if you decide to buy it anyway.

Your inspection report gives you the leverage you need to protect yourself financially, and make a well-informed home buying decision.

Find out more about how to proceed after you receive your inspection report.

Why Brothers Was Founded

Our company was founded for two reasons…

  1. To help connect people with truly independent home inspectors who are committed to looking out for their clients, and with no conflicts of interest.
  2. To give dedicated inspectors the freedom and ability to perform the type of detailed inspections that provide customers with ALL of the information they should have in order to make an informed home buying decision.

A Team Of People To Provide Customer Service And Ensure A Great Experience

Our customer service team members are dedicated to making sure that our clients have the best experience possible. Timely communication, fast turnaround of inspection reports Within 24 hours), and a real person to answer your questions are all part of our home inspection services.

Most home inspection ‘companies’ are really just a ‘one-man show.’ There is no one besides the inspector himself to answer your phone call, or provide customer service when you need help. When you hire a solo inspector working on his own with no support team, you are at the mercy of his schedule when you need additional information, or to have your questions answered.

Without a dedicated customer support team, you might have to wait days for a return phone call, or to receive your inspection report if the inspector is busy. That can contribute to a very stressful home buying process, when everything has to be ready before your closing date.

At Brothers, we have a real team of people right here in the Denver metro area to answer your phone call, respond to your email, and get you whatever you need as quickly as possible.

Brothers Has A Team Of The Top Home Inspection Professionals In Denver
Everyone on our inspections team has years of experience, and many of our inspectors have become Certified Master Inspectors.

Every inspector at Brothers has earned their certification from the top national home inspection organizations.

Nachi and ASHI are the two largest home inspections training and certification entities in the United States.

All of our inspectors hold certifications from either Nachi or ASHI, so you can be sure that your inspection is being conducted by a well-trained, knowledgable professional.

WHY TOP REALTORS LOVE
BROTHERS HOME INSPECTIONS

Because we take the stress and hassle out of the home inspection process.

Our Inspection Process Is Organized
When your clients hire us to perform their home inspection, our Concierge team will handle everything for you. We will coordinate scheduling with the seller (or their Realtor), and both you and your clients will receive email and text updates.

We Communicate Quickly & Efficiently
Our inspectors take their time during every inspection, but we produce our reports quickly. You won’t have wait around, or call our office to find out when your report will be ready. You and your clients will both receive the report via email, and a text letting you know that it’s in your Inbox. We’re always available to discuss any questions or concerns about anything related to your inspection report. We’re happy to help provide context to the information in your report.

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FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

  • Schedule online or by phone

  • Our Concierge team handles the details

  • We’ll update you via text and email

INSPECTION REPORTS

  • Our sole focus is protecting your investment

  • Experienced, ASHi-certified home inspectors

  • We use only the most advanced equipment

INSPECTION REPORT

  • Delivered quickly

  • Comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand

  • Color photo documentation

HOME BUYER BENEFITS

  • Leverage to negotiate seller concessions

  • Can save $3,000 or more in repairs costs

  • Protect yourself from ‘The Money Pit’

AN OVERVIEW OF HOME INSPECTIONS

Your Brothers’ home inspector will conduct a visual examination of the structure from the foundation to the roof, including all the
major systems (and their components) to identify any areas of concern. You can rely on your inspector to identify the most important
issues that you should consider as you decide how to move forward in the home buying process.

Your home inspector will be happy to answer any questions you may have during the inspection, and will always be available to
answer any questions that come up after the inspection.

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Have More Questions Or Want To
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    TYPES OF INSPECTIONS WE OFFER

    • New Build / New Construction Inspections
    • Pre-Listing (Seller’s) Inspections
    • Pre-Purchase (Buyer’s) Inspections
    • 1-Year Builder Warranty Inspections

    Most Popular Add-On Testing & Inspections

    Radon Testing

    Radon testing and measurement produced by using electronic monitoring equipment over a 48-hour period.

    Pest/Termite Inspections

    Pest inspections can identify the existence of, or damage caused by wood-destroying organisms or other pets

    Mold Testing

    Certified mold inspections using thermal imaging cameras, and electronic moisture meters to identify areas of a home with potential for mold growth.

    Asbestos Testing

    Samples are sent to a nationally-accredited laboratory for analysis. The report with detailed lab results are then reviewed and compared with our observations.

    Thermal Imaging/Infrared Inspections

    Thermal imaging equipment is used to identify areas of water intrusion, missing sections of insulation, and overheating electrical components within the home.

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