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Licensed and fully insured to perform inspections in New Hampshire
License number (NH #565)
Welcome to Taylor Made Home Inspections
Home inspections are important, and often essential when purchasing a new home, renovating, or remodeling, or if a home is more than a few decades old. A home inspection can save money by revealing structural problems that can be unsafe or result in energy inefficiencies. If you’re purchasing a home, a home inspection can diagnose the installation age of most major appliances and allow you to make a more informed decision. A home inspector examines the home’s exterior, including siding and roofing as well as interior features such as electrical wiring, plumbing, roofing, insulation, and interior structural features. Additional inspection services include comprehensive water testing and radon testing (water and air).
Taylor Made Home Inspections conducts partial or full home inspections, and offers specific testing of appliances and electrical circuits. The professionals at Taylor Home Inspections are licensed, trained, and experienced in conducting thorough home inspections for homeowners, prospective buyers, and real estate agents. Full inspection reports are issued in order that clients can utilize the results of an inspection to aid in purchasing or selling a home and can retain current records in the event of upgrading some of your home’s features at a later date. Taylor Made Home Inspections looks forward to helping you to protect your asset, gain leverage in purchasing a home, and stay informed of your home’s overall structural well-being.
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