This company is supposed to tell a purchaser of an existing home what they should expect upon purchasing and what will soon or immediately need repair. At the suggestion of our realtor we employed their services. Upon moving in we found almost everything they said to be false. They claimed that everything was structurally sound. When it rained after move-in the walls leaked. Instead of turning on the shower all one had to do was stand by the wall with soap and you did not need the shower in the bathroom. Noticing bubbling paint on the wall one would expect that the inspector: who is supposed to work for the buyer who hired him; would do a mold inspection. They claimed that they do not check the plumbing fixtures. When we had the water turned on: every facuet dripped and none of the sinks held water for shaving, etc. The sinks were so stained that to clean them would require scraping them which we would not do. Again noticing this it should have immediately been reported to us the buyers as this could lead to unsanitary conditions. We could go on about other things they did not do. They are a scam and a fraud. Instead of paying them: hire a licensed remodeler to spend an hour in the house and he will tell you whether it is worth purchasing or to walk away. We were cheated and feel that for their fee they did absolutly nothing. They are a fraud and should be reported as such to the Contractors’ Licensing Board.
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