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Contractor Repairs After Home Inspections


During a home inspection, the inspector will typically identify any issues or defects with the home and provide a report detailing the findings. Suppose the buyer and seller agree to make repairs. In that case, it is essential for the buyer to carefully review the repairs made by contractors to ensure that the work has been completed to the agreed-upon standards.


Here are a few steps the buyer can take to review repairs made by contractors:


  • Review the repair contract: Before the work is started, make sure you understand the terms of the repair contract, including the scope of work, materials to be used, and the timeline for completion.


  • Inspect the work: After completing the repairs, carefully inspect the work to ensure it meets the agreed-upon standards. Bring a trusted professional, such as a home inspector or contractor, to help you review the work.


  • Test the repairs: If applicable, test the repairs to ensure they function as intended. For example, if the repair involves the electrical system, ensure the outlets work correctly.


  • Document the repairs: Take photos and make a record of the repairs that were made. This can help protect you in case there are any disputes about the quality of the work.


Overall, it is essential to carefully review the repairs made by contractors to ensure that the work has been completed to the agreed-upon standards. Following these steps can help protect your investment and ensure satisfactory repairs.


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