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Importance of a New Home Systems Status Check

Moving into a new home is an exciting time. But it comes with many challenges and to-do lists, one of which includes getting a proper inspection to make sure everything is in a livable condition and working order. While it might not be required in the inspection before you sign the papers, it’s important to know the status of your electrical system, plumbing system, and HVAC system as well to help you avoid and prevent future problems. 

Electrical System

Knowing when to get an electrical inspection in your home can be tricky, which is one of the best reasons to get one before you move into a new house. Having your electrical system inspected prior to moving into a new home is important to identify any potentially dangerous electrical situations that may become expensive to repair once the home has been purchased.

Plumbing System

Understanding your new home’s plumbing system is important as well. Having an inspection done on the plumbing can shed light on the state of the pipes, if there are any potential problems like pipe damage and leaks. It can also ensure that the plumbing is isolated away from any part of your electrical system which could cause other costly damages down the road. If the property inspection won’t cover the plumbing system, you can hire a plumber to do an inspection for you.

HVAC System

Having an inspection done on the HVAC system before moving into your new home is important to ensure the quality of comfort you’ll experience during the hot summers and cold winters. Not only that, it provides an opportunity to catch any issues that might otherwise go unnoticed, such as mold, mildew, unpleasant odors, rust, excessive noise, or any other issues that could be the sign of larger problems at hand.

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Resolving any potential costs associated with electrical, plumbing, and HVAC repairs will not only help you feel more at ease in your move, but it can also help you negotiate the cost of your purchase if any of the repairs are going to be particularly expensive. By having these systems inspected before you purchase a new home, you’ll be protecting yourself and your home from potential damages and unforeseen repairs in the future.

Already moved in? Check out our  New Home Program which offers exclusive perks to help you settle into our new home. Plus be sure to download our FREE New Home Checklist, which covers all the home tasks we recommend you complete in your new space. 

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