Milwaukee Home Inspector
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Property Inspections for Milwaukee Home Buyers and Investors
Wall to Wall Home Inspections covers all of southeast Wisconsin, including the greater Milwaukee area. Whether you're buying a condo in the Third Ward or looking to invest in a duplex in Walker's Point, our experienced home inspectors have you covered. You can count on a quick, thorough inspection using high-tech inspection equipment. Our affordable home inspection services can save you thousands of dollars down the road by identifying costly repairs before you sign the paperwork for a new home.
During our inspections, we usually find several problems or issues potential home buyers should be aware of. Knowing these defects are present lets you buy your home, whether it be on Story Hill by Miller Park or Park East, with both eyes open, eliminating unpleasant surprises after the purchase. We're so confident you'll be satisfied with the home inspection, they come with a money back guarantee.
A home inspection in Milwaukee costs between $350 - $400. A quality home inspection is an investment in the future of your home. We'll uncover any hidden damages which may be lurking in your home, saving you thousands of dollars in unexpected repairs after move-in."Al did a great job, he took his time and even looked up in the air ducts where he found a gross old baking pan the previous owner had used to catch water which was leaking from the pipe. I was able to reduce the price after that discovery!! Highly recommend him." - Monica, Milwaukee
Pre-Sale Inspections in Milwaukee
Wall to Wall Inspections is a leading provider of pre-sale home inspections for home-owners and buyers in the Milwaukee area. Our comprehensive home inspections cover the basement to attic every accessible place in between, including:
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One of the most important inspections for Milwaukee residents is radon testing. Wisconsin has a lot of natural radon which can enter homes through cracks in the foundation. Regular testing is necessary at least once a year to ensure your home does not have this deadly gas.
Milwaukee Permitting and Inspecting Information
Sometimes, we discover unusual solutions to problems in houses. Shoddy workmanship or something out of place often raises flags indicating the work may not have been properly done. In these instances, it's generally a good idea to check with the City of Milwaukee's Department of Neighborhood Services to see if permits were granted for the work or if any code violations have been issued. All plumbing and electrical work done in the City of Milwaukee requires a permit, so if you're planning on doing some renovations, be sure you pull a permit first.