Martin Barnard is the owner of FYI Candid Home Inspection Services. Martin has 10 years’ enjoy as an enterprise owner in a creative enterprise. He is certified with SATA and InterNACHI as a Home inspector. Martin also has 22 years of industrial, commercial enterprise enjoy.
Home inspections assist each home customer or dealer in perceiving and motion latent and patent defects.
A non-invasive inspection allows for an unbiased, certain evaluation of the essential components of a home. Components include the roof shape, the roof hollow space, gutters and downpipes, walls, foundations, floors, ceilings, bedrooms, geyser, lavatories, kitchens, boundary partitions, and even the garage are inspected. Defects are photographed, categorized, cost, and presented in an in-depth file within 24 – 48 hours after leaving the site. This gives the client confidence to negotiate a practical charge for the home – earlier than signing the voetstoots clause inside the income agreement.
A home inspection for the vendor allows a possibility to correct defects before entering the house on the market. This builds trust with the capability consumer and permits the income transaction.
Other offerings by FYI Candid Home Inspections include pre-career snagging listing reports for brand new homes and “help me with my builder.”
A detailed snagging listing is finished before the new proprietor signs off the “satisfied” list with the developer. This avoids the inconvenience of correcting the defects after the buyer has taken the profession.
“Help me with my builder” is aimed at house owners who’ve undertaken new builds or additions, where the builder isn’t always appearing to the patron’s expectations. Martin permits crowning glory or correction of extraordinary paintings.
This is completed by way of consultation and mediation with the builder and patron. To avoid high-priced and time-eating litigation.
What our clients say about FYI Candid Home Inspection Services
“Post new construct issues no longer being fixed, was the reason we called Martin in to investigate our domestic in Vermont. He is a professional and informed Inspector who shared his big reveal and placed us on the street to get our troubles sorted out. He has gone past our expectations and stays interested in our achievement in getting the house we paid for. Martin is clearly inquisitive about supporting us. Highly encouraged using our experience”. Sandy is from Vermont.
“My latest home went underneath inspection from Martin through FYI this morning with a snag list covered. Such professionalism and so thorough. Thank you for your carrier – I will advocate absolutely everyone to apply them. On-time, clean, thorough check, exact with such perfectionism. THANK YOU,” Elana from Parklands.
Candid Home Inspection Services operates within the more Cape Town metropole, Somerset West, Strand, Gordon’s Bay, Paarl, and the Overberg area. A home inspection evaluates the visible and accessible systems and components of a home (plumbing, heating and cooling, electrical, structure, roof, etc.). It is intended to give the client (buyer, seller, or homeowner) a better understanding of the home’s general condition. Most often, a buyer requests an inspection of the home they are serious about purchasing. A home inspection delivers data so that decisions about the purchase can be confirmed or questioned and can uncover serious and/or expensive repair defects that the seller/owner may not be aware of. It is not an appraisal of the property’s value, nor does it address the cost of repairs. It does not guarantee that the home complies with local building codes or protect a client if an item inspected fails in the future. [Note: Warranties can be purchased to cover many items.] A home inspection should not be considered a “technically exhaustive” evaluation but rather an evaluation of the property on the day it is inspected, considering normal wear and tear for the home’s age and location. A home inspection can also include, for extra fees, Radon gas testing, water testing, energy audits, pest inspections, pool inspections, and several other specific items that may be indigenous to the region of the country where the inspection takes place. Home inspections are also used (less often) by a seller before listing the property to see if there are any hidden problems that they are unaware of, and also by homeowners simply wishing to care for their homes, prevent surprises, and keep the home investment value as high as possible.