We will perform an oral inspection report with you followed by a written report. During the actual inspection, we will explain what is being inspected in a friendly non-technical manner. We will answer any questions that you may have about the property.
Our property inspections are completely unbiased. Whether you are a seller or buyer, the report is the same.
Our property inspections are a non-technical visual inspection of the property.
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It is customary in San Mateo County that properties are inspected prior to being listed. This insures the buyer of an unbiased opinion of the home, and ensures the seller that when an offer is made, no structural surprises arise that could hamper the sale.
A walk-through inspection is a service provided for the buyer of the home that has a pre-listing inspection on file. This informs the buyer of the present condition of the home, and allows the buyer to ask questions about the home tothe property inspector. The fee for this service is half the cost of the original inspection.
Does water leak into your home and don't know where its coming from?
Perhaps your roof is older and want an unbiased report about its condition.
What ever the system, let MPF Builders and Consultants, Inc. troubleshoot the problem.
We all have heard the horror stories of our friends hiring a contractor, and it turned out to be a nightmare. Well, most of those stories could have been eliminated if they had followed a few guidelines.
If you have a upcoming construction project and are new to the process of building, let us guide you through the maze of hiring architects, builders, and in the case of owner-builders, subcontractors.
Michael Fogli, president of MPF Builders and Consultants, Inc., has been a General Building Contractor since 1976. Michael can explain what the pitfalls are of hiring a contractor and how to avoid them.
Contact Michael Fogli for more information.
If the home you are buying or selling has had settlement issues in the past, a floor level survey is a procedure that you may desire. The purpose of the floor level survey is to measure the differential in the floors of the home.
This survey sets a basemark of the settling at one point in time. With this basemark, one can determine if settling is continuing to occur when compared to another floor level survey taken a a different point in time. The comparison of the two surveys can be used to determine if settling is continuing as well as the rate of settling.