At Check Right Home Inspections, we specialize in Cherokee County home inspections. Cherokee County is one of the fastest growing residential areas in the metro Atlanta area and we offer prompt and cost effective home inspection services for buyers, sellers, realtors, and lenders. Whether you’re a buyer or a seller, the worst thing that can happen to you is finding a huge problem with a home. Our thorough home inspection services give Cherokee County buyers and sellers the information needed to address any issues that may arise with a home. Home Inspections Cherokee County
Cherokee County is a rapidly growing area and includes Canton, Woodstock, Holly Springs, Ball Ground, and Cumming. Check Right Home Inspections conducts professional home inspections in all of these areas and more. Our main office is centrally located in Ball Ground, which allows us to travel to any of these locations quickly. We know that in the buying and selling process your time is valuable, and we can schedule and complete many home inspections same day.
If you’re planning to buy or sell a home in the Cherokee County area, call Check Right Home Inspections today to talk with one of our Cherokee County home inspectors (770) 490-8351
All Check Right Home Inspections Cherokee County home inspections are performed by professional inspectors certified by the GREC. Our specialized training and proven methodology give our clients the confidence to make well-informed home purchase decisions and valuations.
Because the Cherokee County housing market is growing so rapidly, home inspections often need to be scheduled on short notice. Since we’re local, we can meet these demands. At Check Right Home Inspections, we have decades of experience inspecting homes in Cherokee County plus extensive training.
This combination enables us to provide you with the most comprehensive home inspection possible. We can thoroughly assess a home’s structure and systems in just a few hours. We understand the critical factors and common issues in residential construction, and can quickly evaluate and discuss the results with clients. If you are building, buying or selling a house in the Cherokee County area, call us today to discuss your situation and schedule a home inspection.
At Check Right Home Inspections, we do it all. Our home inspection reports are carefully designed to be as inclusive and comprehensive as possible. We can identify any deficiencies in major structures (foundation, roof, fireplaces, windows and doors) and systems (electrical, plumbing, septic, HVAC). If needed, we can also conduct specialized tests of sprinkler systems, swimming pools, spas, pier-and-beam foundations, and termites.
With the rapid growth in new residential construction in the Cherokee County area, we are now performing an increasing number of new home inspections. When buying a new construction home, you may not think about having a home inspection done. However, due to variations in building codes, local ordinances, and construction practices in Georgia, a new construction home inspection may be a wise investment. Having a home inspection done on your newly built home will ensure you’re getting the building code compliance, construction quality, and craftsmanship you’re paying for.
Call Check Right Home Inspections today to schedule a pre-acceptance evaluation of your new home.
Home Inspection Services Cherokee County – Many of our home inspections take place in the Canton and Ball Ground areas, but Check Right Home Inspections also inspects houses and commercial buildings in the communities of Woodstock, Holly Springs, Cumming, and Jasper, GA. When inspecting older homes in the Cherokee County area, we pay particular attention to potential slab and foundation issues, insulation and weather stripping, and outdated heater and/or air conditioning units.
Some of our Cherokee County home inspections reveal situations in which the plumbing or electrical wiring are not up to current building codes. These issues can be potentially hazardous or could cause catastrophic damage to your home. In these cases the inspection reports will indicate these shortfalls and recommend remedial actions.
ZONE 1 (RED) zone 1 has the highest potential for above average readings.
ZONE 2 (ORANGE) zone 2 has a moderate potential for above average readings.
ZONE 3 (YELLOW) zone 3 has a low potential for above average readings.