Home Inspections Of Northern Virginia Launches Comprehensive Site

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Virginia consumers needing a home inspection can find information on the new website of Home Inspections of Northern Virginia, LLC, http://www.hiofnva.com.

Virginia consumers needing a home inspection can find information on the new website of Home Inspections of Northern Virginia, LLC, http://www.hiofnva.com.

In addition to home inspections, the redesigned site offers information about foreclosure inspections; mold, radon and Chinese drywall inspections; and home energy audits. The company provides services throughout the following counties: Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington, Frederick, Fauquier and Prince William as well as Alexandria, Fairfax City, Manassas City, Manassas Park, Winchester City and more. All home types are serviced, from condos, townhouses, single-family homes and duplexes. Turnaround times are usually within three days, if not sooner.

"Our services focus on client interaction and education," says owner Joseph Weissglass. "We will meet with you face-to-face, walk through the home with you to point out any issues that we will further detail in the report and answer any questions you may have. You will have your report within 24 hours of that meeting, which will help you make an informed decision about whether to buy the property."

After the inspection is completed, the company will issue a report showing any problems or deficiencies in the property. At that time, the buyer will make some kind of arrangement with the seller, either to have it fixed, deduct the cost of the repairs from the selling price or do nothing.

Weissglass stresses that although a bank won't make any necessary repairs for deficiencies found in a foreclosed property that does not mean the buyer should not have an inspection done.

"In fact, that is all the more reason to have a licensed inspector thoroughly go through the home," says Weissglass, who is certified by the National Association of Home Inspectors. "Banks have less requirements of disclosure of issues in a home, so an 'as-is' sale requires even more diligence by the buyer. If the inspection shows that there are too many problems in a home, it gives the buyer the opportunity to pass and find something else. Without the inspection, the buyer may not find out about any issues until after the home is purchased - and by then, it's too late."

The company also offers renovation inspections, new construction home inspections, warranty home inspections, home energy audits and Energy Star® inspections. Its certified home inspectors use only industry-leading technology.

"We provide our customers with cost-effective solutions to achieve energy-efficient homes," Weissglass says. "Our Energy Star® home inspection will illuminate dozens of simple yet specific ways to help reduce your energy bills and solve any comfort issues you have in your home. Following our Energy Star® audit recommendations, our customers discover the easiest ways to start saving money every month. The projected annual savings from a comprehensive Energy Star® and home inspection can be in excess of $1,000 in the first year alone."
For more information about Home Inspections of Northern Virginia, LLC, visit http://www.hiofnva.com. On the site, a potential customer can request a free quote, view sample reports and find home-buying links.
For media inquiries, call Joseph Weissglass at 571-238-6013 or email hiofnva@gmail.com.


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