Why Get An Inspection?

Regardless of whether you’re a first time home buyer or going to settle down into your fantasy home, a full home inspection is an absolute necessity for you and your family. Picking the right home inspector can enable you to save cash on your new home by catching potential hazards or costly conditions before they get worse. Here are Five Big Benefits to Having a Certified Home Inspection.


4 Big Benefits to Having a Certified Home Inspection

1. Home Inspections can inform you of repairs needed to make the home safe when purchasing a house. Besides, there are electrical and plumbing components that you will want to make sure are in good working condition, and for what expense you can get them to work appropriately. There are numerous things that you will be unable to see without the eyes of an expert home inspector who knows exactly what to search for.

2. Home Inspections Can Result in a Lower Purchase Price. A home inspector may discover issues with the home that enable the buyer to offer a lower cost to the seller. You, for the most part, have three alternatives when issues are discovered: You can disregard them and purchase the house in any case (NOT SMART), you can request that the merchant make a few or the greater part of the repairs, or you can arrange a lower cost than the dealer is asking with the goal of making the repairs yourself after you buy it. It’s your choice, contingent on the kind of home loan credit you have been approved for.


3. Home inspections can keep you from making a bad investment. Failure to get an expert home inspection could bring about real problems in the future. An intensive home inspection can shield you from obtaining a home with excessively numerous issues to settle. If a fixer-upper is what you’re after, that’s great! But if you need a quality home that won’t be a “money pit” the whole time you live in it, you should enlist a home inspector to carry out a careful inspection

4. InterNACHI Certified Home Inspectors must meet strict standards when picking a person to conduct your home inspection and there are guidelines that they hold fast to. In the event that your state requires a home inspection permit, don’t hire a home inspector that can’t give one. On the off chance that they aren’t affirmed and aren’t required to have education consistently, don’t trust them with your new home.


Other inspections that you may want before purchasing a home may be radon testing, well water testing, and septic tank testing.  General home inspectors may be qualified to perform all of these tests and/or inspections for additional fees. It is important that you ask your potential inspector what his/her qualifications may be.


When you call Saw Industries LLC for your home inspection, rest assured we take home inspection to a level, no other inspector in Great Falls does. With our rigorous inspections you will know exactly what shape the house you are buying is in. Don’t settle for less Saw Industries LLC home inspection is the best.

Call Saw Industries now at 406-868-2803



12 reasons why Saw Industries is your first choice for an inspector

CPI, is a Certified Professional Inspector® trained by InterNACHI—the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (www.NACHI.org)—which is the world’s largest nonprofit association of residential and commercial property inspectors, and provides education, training, certification, benefits and support for its members. All InterNACHI-Certified Professional Inspectors® are required to pass an Inspector Exam, follow a

comprehensive Standards of Practice, abide by a strict Code of Ethics, and take accredited Continuing Education courses each year in order to maintain their membership in good standing.

Sam Williams has acquired extensive home inspector training through InterNACHI’s rigorous Continuing Education curriculum, which includes dozens of live classroom, online, and video training courses, written by experts in their field, which have received more than 1,400 accreditations by state and governmental agencies throughout North America.

In order to become certified, Sam Williams was required to take inspection courses related to the interior and exterior of the home, including the common and major areas of concern for home buyers, such as the foundation, heating and cooling, roof, plumbing, and electrical systems.

Here is the list of InterNACHI courses required for initial certification:

◦ Safe Practices for the Home Inspector

◦ 25 Standards Every Inspector Should Know

◦ Residential Plumbing Overview for Inspectors

◦ How to Perform Residential Electrical Inspections

◦ How to Perform Roof Inspections

◦ How to Inspect HVAC Systems

◦ Structural Issues for Home Inspectors

◦ How to Inspect the Exterior

◦ How to Inspect the Attic, Insulation, Ventilation and Interior

◦ How to Perform Deck Inspections

◦ How to Inspect for Moisture Intrusion

◦ How to Inspect Fireplaces, Stoves, and Chimneys

Although the State of Montana requires licensing of home inspectors, the certifications and Continuing Education required by InterNACHI serve as additional in-depth training for the certified inspector so that he can provide sufficient and accurate information regarding a home’s condition.

If you any have further questions, please let me know.

Sam with Saw Industries