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Residential Home Inspection
Springfield MA & CT

Our residential home inspection service provides a thorough assessment to ensure the condition and safety of your home, ideal for buyers, sellers, or homeowners interested in maintenance. We meticulously evaluate your property's interior and exterior, including structural elements, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC, roofing, and insulation. This detailed examination highlights any potential safety hazards, such as faulty wiring or structural issues, helping you make informed decisions on necessary repairs or maintenance.

Key features of our service include:

Comprehensive Inspection: We inspect critical systems and components in your home to ensure no issues are overlooked.

Safety Assessment: We identify and report any potential safety risks to help protect you and your family.

Professional Advice: Based on our findings, we offer guidance on repairs, maintenance, and upgrades.

Timely Comprehensive Report: Receive a detailed report within 24 hours of inspection, serving as an essential tool for negotiation and education about your home's condition.

Why get a home inspection?

Peace of Mind: Gain confidence in your home’s safety and structural integrity.

Informed Decision-Making: Use our detailed report to guide repairs, maintenance, and real estate transactions.

Cost Savings: Early identification of potential issues can prevent expensive repairs.

Compliance and Safety: Ensure your home meets building codes and regulations, maintaining a safe living environment.

Whether you're involved in a real estate transaction or simply aiming to maintain your property, our inspection service delivers the insights you need for informed decision-making and peace of mind.

Types of Home Inspections

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Purchasing a single-family home is a significant investment, and unexpected issues can be a major setback. Cosmic Property Inspections ensures that you move into your new home with confidence by conducting a  thorough visual inspection of all accessible areas, both interior and exterior.

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Inspecting townhouses and condos is essential, even though exteriors and common areas are typically managed by an association. Such inspections can reveal critical issues that might impact reserve funds and the property's livability.

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Multi-family properties vary significantly. Typically, buildings with fewer than five units are classified as residential, while those with five or more are considered commercial. Whether you require a thorough inspection of every unit or just a sample along with all mechanical and structural areas, we are here to assist.

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Just because a home is new doesn't guarantee it's free of problems. A critical aspect of new construction inspections is creating a punch list, which highlights unfinished, poorly finished, or damaged construction items. While municipalities conduct various inspections throughout the building process, they often don't focus on the quality of the finish. We help ensure new constructions meet high standards.


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Homes not for sale can still benefit from inspections. Our home maintenance inspection assesses a home's condition to recommend proactive maintenance, focusing on educating homeowners rather than seeking work like a contractor might. This approach helps maintain and enhance the value of your largest investment.

Pre-sale inspections offer several advantages, including the opportunity to address minor repairs, budget effectively, and potentially increase the home's sale value. These inspections help sellers identify areas needing improvement, enhancing appeal and streamlining the sale process.

An 11-month inspection is crucial as it occurs just before a new construction warranty expires, allowing home buyers a final opportunity to address concerns with the builder. We help identify issues before the warranty period ends, ensuring you can address them in time. This service help safeguard your new home investment.

Many homes feature pools, which require specialized inspections beyond the scope of standard home checks. We offer detailed pool inspections to identify safety hazards and potential costly issues. These inspections benefit both first-time pool owners and those needing regular maintenance, ensuring safe and optimal operation.

What We Inspect & Why

A home inspection is a visual examination of the home's major structure, systems, and components that are visible and safely accessible. Buying a home is typically the biggest investment you will ever make, so it's important to get a home inspection because the inspector can find and document defects that may or may not be obvious to you as a prospective buyer.  Such defects can range from simple replacements or repairs to severe damage or safety and health concerns. 

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  1. Interior, exterior, walls, windows, and doors

  2. HVAC (heating, ventilation,  air conditioning)

  3. Basement, crawlspace, and structure

  4. Fireplace

  5. Roof and attic

  6. Electrical

  7. Plumbing

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