Why is a home inspector a necessity?
Buying a home is often the biggest purchase of one's life, yet many people spend far more time researching what type of TV they should buy.
When it comes time to choose a home inspector, countless home buyers leave the decision entirely up to someone else, or they choose whoever offers the lowest price. Don't make this mistake!
Knowing what you're buying should be your number one priority. What may seem like a dream house to you, could potentially turn into your worst nightmare. Before you make your real estate decision, find out the facts first. Read the FAQs page for answers to the most common questions about home inspections.
Jeff Grant, owner of Bullseye Home Inspection, was born and raised in Weber County, located in Northern Utah. Jeff has been in the construction business for over 30 years, and a licensed general contractor for over 25 years.
Many home inspectors have little or no construction experience - they've never built a house, they do not know how to read building plans, and they can't identify structural problems. Many do not even know what are the proper sizes of framing components, or even if the nail size is correct. Many home inspectors have no idea how the home electrical system works, or if the home wiring is safe.
As a Licensed General Contractor, Jeff is a professional with many years of construction experience building and remodeling houses. As an InterNACHI Certified Master Home Inspector, during a home inspection, he is able to review all major components of a home, and alert you if significant problems are found.