Value of Home Inspections


Whether you’re purchasing or selling a home, the value of home inspections are priceless in the long run; however, it’s vital to have a trusted home inspection performed by an expert. At Artisan Home Inspection, we have decades of experience to deliver the most honest, quality services for Arizona homeowners.

Why do I need an inspection?

If you are buying a new home, it is necessary to hire a professional home inspector to assess the condition of the home once an offer on a property is accepted. Artisan Home Inspection will write a detailed report that will aid you in deciding how to proceed with the purchase. Depending on the outcome of the home inspection, you can either elect to cancel the contract and terminate the purchase, request the seller to complete repairs, or ask for a price reduction or purchase credit from the seller to cover repairs.

For sellers, a home inspection can save you time, money and headaches in the long run.  It identifies any major problems that could later scare off potential buyers, and it’s often more cost-effective for sellers to make any repairs ahead of time before listing their home.

Does it matter who inspects my home or future home?

When it comes to home inspections, always enlist an expert who is honest, trustworthy and experienced. If you unknowingly move forward with closing on a house because of a faulty home inspection that has missed potential hazards, damages or other imperfections that are missed on a property, it can cost you thousands of dollars in repairs for years to come.

That’s why Artisan Home Inspection is unique: owner Dan Cardone has more than 25 years experience not only in home inspections, but in construction and craftsmanship itself. He can provide unparalleled expertise through his professional home construction and remodeling expertise.

Can a home inspection really save me money?

Yes! Especially if you’re purchasing a home, investing in a quality home inspection upfront is the most cost-effective way for you to know the true condition of what you are buying. Doesn’t it make sense to spend a little extra time and money for an inspection on a home that may last you a lifetime? And for those looking to sell, having your home inspected first can save you months of unnecessary time (and mortgage payments!) sitting on the real estate market. By discovering any major issues with your home that may scare off potential buyers later on, you can take control of the process of selling your home.