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Walk and Talk

What is a walk and talk consultation? First, let me tell you what it is not, it is NOT a home inspection. A home inspection is an inspection that uses tools such as a moisture meter, thermal imaging camera, and many other tools to identify defects and to look for function and safety issues in the home. A walk and talk consultation is a 60 minute one on one observation of your home with your licensed, certified, and insured home inspector. These consultations offer you valuable information about your home before you list it for sale, begin a home improvement project or just want to know if there are any needed repairs. Having a trained professional with you as you tour your home together can provide you with information you otherwise might have missed. There are many components to a home, for example, structure, roof, heating and air-conditioning, plumbing, electrical and so on, having someone who is trained to identify potential problems in these components can give you piece of mind whatever direction you choose to go. In just 60 minutes you can know if your house is in need of repairs both big and small and the nice thing about these consultations is that they are totally unbiased because home inspectors are generalists and have no vested interest in providing you false information only to gain a contract for a job. At Rising Tide Home inspection my main goal is customer service and providing you with peace of mind when it comes to you and your home. So whatever your next steps are, whether selling, or improving your home, don't hesitate to schedule your consultation with your Home Inspector and let me do the heavy lifting for you.

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