Don't call us if you want a bargain. Call us if you want the to save money.
There a few cheap inspectors out there, but truth is they get you just that, a cheap deal. With your home being the most significant invest you are going to make for your family, no one can afford cheap bargains. Trouble is, some people erroneously think an upfront bargain will save them money. Far from it. You need someone who stands behind their work, excells beyond the minimums and will help you from making costly mistakes that will cost you many dollars.
Few companies hold the credential, resources, experience and education we know are most important. For instance, our education standards exceed the state miniums by 400%. Our inspectors are Certified Master Inspectors thorugh the most stringent inspsection association, the American Society of Home Inspectors. Our retainer advisory network reviews questionable data and otherwise strange deficiencies. Your inspection data is reviewed by a third party before the report is sent out. And better yet, on average we have found the JMR Inspection saves the home buyer and seller $5,380.
We want you to have the most informed inspection to protect your family and your investment. That costs a bit more up front, but anything less could cost you thousands in the long run. Do We research the assessment records, consult with trades peoples, keep a cadre of advisors on retainer to bring their expertise to bare on the data we find in your house, have the field inspection data reviewed by a second inspector before sending out the report, send you our monthly newsletter with maintenance tips, give you direct access to our client care team, have radon, termite, sewer scoping, indoor air quality, mold services, no-cost post-inspection consultations, AND offer the repair estimate pricing so you have an idea of what it cost to repair the deficiencies discovered.
Keep in mind YOUR GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR. Hire the bargain inspection and get a "bargain" you're likely to regret. Here's an idea: ask your bargain inspector what their continuing education policy is. Most likely it is the state minimum of 12 hours every two years. Ask JMR and you'll find that we require 48 HOURS; that's FOUR TIMES the state minimum. Also, what is their professional affiliation? The majority of inspector ride the shirttails of others that participate and take leadership roles in the actual oversight of state licensing and the training of home inspectors. Who do you want? At JMR we are associated with the American Society of Home Inspectors, the national professional organization that holds the highest standards for home inspectors.
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