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Repair & Clean Up

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Repair & Clean Up

First and foremost, repair any known issues before the inspection. Waiting on repairs until after an inspection can hold up the sale of your home. Give yourself time before the inspection to get bids from qualified professionals, effect repairs, and fix a few do-it-yourself items. This will save you money and reduce the stress of possibly losing a sale.

 

Fix some of the easier things yourself or hire a handyman - things like slow drains, broken door knobs and latches, install new furnace filters, clean out your rain gutters, empty the dishwasher, replace burned out light bulbs and put in fresh smoke detector batteries. Inspectors inspect and report on all these items. Taking care of these things before an inspection leaves a good impression and can save you money in the end.

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