What is a Repair Verification Inspection?
A repair verification is either an independent inspection to inspect a construction project, remodel, renovation or a follow up re-inspection performed after required or recommended repairs have been completed by one or more parties on behalf of the client.
Who needs a Repair Verification Inspection & Why?
- Home sellers need repair verification's to independently verify that repairs completed by contractors are up to required standards.
- Home buyers need repair verification's and re-inspections to verify that repairs have been completed by sellers and are up to required standards.
- Real estate agents and Realtors need repair verification to verify that repairs have been completed and up to required standards to reduce liability and provide due-diligence in good faith.
- Property managers and landlords need repair verification to verify that repairs have been completed and up to required standards for leasing and obtaining certificates of occupancy (not issued by Home Fax™ Inspections).
What does a Repair Verification Inspection include?
Repair verification inspections are limited to the area or areas which were repaired or are being re-inspected. These may include one or more systems and/or components of the home, outlined in the scope of work to be performed by the inspector.