Our Inspection Guarantee is not a Home Warranty. It covers defects that we should have found within the scope of a home inspection but didn’t. A Home Warranty covers items that we found in working condition at the time of inspection, but fail at a later date. There are reputable home warranty companies out there that offer a full year protection or more that you may want to consider purchasing if you are concerned about items failing in the home in the future. Visit www.OklahomaWarranty.com for our extended 18 month warranty if we perform the home inspection!
Clients will have 90-days from the close of escrow during which we guarantee that we reported all defects within the scope of a home inspection and in accordance with our Inspection Agreement.
The 90-Day Inspection Guarantee covers repairs up to $1,000 (one thousand dollars) in the dwelling. If the inspection report called for further evaluation of a system or component by a qualified or licensed professional and no qualified or licensed professional evaluated the item prior to the end of the contingency period, the 90-Day Guarantee is void for that item.
The client must notify us prior to making any repairs. If repairs are performed without notifying us first, the guarantee is void. We do not reimburse the client for repairs performed without prior approval. We reserve the right to be able to verify that the item should have been included in the report before it is fixed, that is within the scope of a home inspection, and have an opportunity to have a contractor of our choice perform the repair.
Since this is a guarantee of our work and not a warranty, it does have a time limit. We need to be notified immediately and within the 90 day time frame from your close of escrow to contact us with a claim.
You must notify us prior to making any repairs. If repairs are performed without notifying us first, the Guarantee is void. We do not reimburse the client for repairs performed without prior approval. We reserve the right to verify that the item should have been included in the report, within the scope of a home inspection, and have an opportunity to have a contractor of our choice perform the repair.
Items that do not fall within the scope of a home inspection are not covered. Examples include sprinkler systems, window coverings, concealed defects, and items not observable due to ambient conditions or personal items.
Items that were not accessible at the time of inspection due to personal items, locked rooms, lack of utilities or concealed are excluded. Home inspectors are not allowed to move personal items.
Inspector must be notified prior to any repairs being performed or guarantee is void.
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