You've Found the Best Inspector for YOUR HOME!

My name is Dan Fitzner.   Unlike most professionals you hire, you probably won't meet me until our appointment.   In addition, different inspectors have varying experience, equipment, qualifications, reporting methods, and rates.  Ultimately, a home inspection depends heavily on the individual inspectors' commitment and effort.  Should you permit me to inspect your home,  I guarantee I will give you my very best.   Consider this MY PROMISE TO YOU.


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My past customers will attest to my commitment to excellent work, and the ability to put them first.  I've earned a strong reputation over the years as a very straight forward person.  During my 30 year career in construction/remodeling and home inspection,  I trained to always complete the job with the utmost care, to get it right the first time.  This holds true regardless of how difficult or time consuming the project is.   I show up on time, I'm easy to approach, to talk to, and always happy to discuss any concerns you may have, either before, or after the inspection.

Call 972-768-8076 Now - to speak directly with Dan

getting a Home Inspection is a very smart move;

 GOOD FOR YOU !!

Its the best way to protect yourself and your investment decision.

 

 Now, you need to ask yourself some serious questions;

1. What makes a excellent home inspector?

 2. Will he do a good job, take care of me, be my advocate, and reduce my stress?

 3. What will the home inspection cover?

 

Q. What makes an excellent home inspector?

A. According to U.S. News & World Report- Finding a home inspector who is qualified,

honest, fair and has integrity,  is of the utmost importance.   Choose a home inspector who will work for you, an inspector who is neutral.  Find an inspector who is a certified member of a trade association, like the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors  (InterNACHI).  Being a certified member shows the home inspector is serious about his business and his customers,  has gone through a testing and certification process, stays up to date with continuing education and adheres to a strict code of ethics, and standards.

A home inspector with strong and extensive experience in home construction and remodeling, like a former General Contractor, are typically the most qualified.   You need an inspector with over 30 years of hands-on experience building and remodeling homes.  A deep knowledge of home structure, plumbing, electrical, drainage, and more,  is critical to an inspectors ability to recognize problems.    Don't trust one of your biggest decisions to an ex-shoe salesman with no industry experience.      Trust a home inspector with experience,  Trust Advantis Home Inspection, to take care of you.

 

Q. Will he do a good job, take care of me, be my advocate, and reduce my stress?

A. A great home inspector will  be detail focused, straight forward, have strong

       integrity and most importantly, put his client's interest first above all else.  It's the

       inspectors responsibility to identify as much about the condition of the property

       as possible, so you can make an informed, piece of mind,  decision about your

       investment.

                                     

Q. What will the home inspection cover?

A. A good home inspector will go over ever inch of the home, (this includes getting

        into the attic and/or floor crawl space), checking the systems for condition and

        working order.  The inspector will record the things that need correction, offer

        advise on repairs, and if needed - recommend the type of specialist best suited

        for the situation. 

        My primary mission is to take a hard, close look at the property and to supply

        you with a  detailed, readable and understandable inspection report, which

        covers the structure and operating systems.   Areas I inspect include;

        Structure, Drainage, Roofing System, Heating/Ventilation & Air Conditioning

        Systems,  Plumbing Systems, and Appliances.     For a more detailed list of

        components & systems inspected,  click here.

 

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