FOR A ï¿½SMOOTH MOVEï¿½
of the most important keys to a ï¿½SMOOTH MOVEï¿½ is cooperation from the home
sellers. The home inspection will evaluate the current condition
of the home, give you an idea of what may need replacing in the near future,
and inform you to what kind of maintenance will be required in the future.
This is designed to eliminate as many surprises as possible.
following list of items, generally not included on the home inspection,
can provide even more information for you.
Walk through demonstration and provide manuals, maintenance schedule, and
installing contractor on items not typically covered by home inspection.
[Example: lawn irrigation system, alarm system, Swimming pool,
hot tub, cable TV, water treatment systems, phone jacks, etc.]
Ask for service manuals to all appliances included with the house.
[Furnace, air cleaner, humidifier, water heater, stove, dishwasher, all
items listed in above paragraph, etc.].
Ask for a list of all contractors that have worked on the house.
[Plumbers, electricians, carpenters, etc.]. This may aid you in the
future regarding repairs or upgrades.
Ask if there are any warrantees for work that they have had performed that
may be transferable to the new owner.
Ask for a list of any ongoing services to which they may subscribe.
[Lawn care, maid service, garbage collection, etc.].
Ask them to leave behind any exterior/interior paint or stain that has
been used on the house and they may have no future need for.
Ask if they know which landscape flowers are annuals or perennials.
If it is off season, you wonï¿½t have any idea of what may surface in the
luck and have a smooth move!!!