10 REASONS WHY EVERY HOME NEEDS A SEWER SCOPE
Whether you are preparing to purchase a home for sale, or you currently own a home, you want to have your bases covered. Homeowners and buyers often neglect to have the lateral sewer line inspected. A general home inspection doesn’t go below the surface, so adding a sewer line inspection (also called a Sewer Scope) can reveal a lot more important information about the property. Of course, homebuyers are provided disclosures by the home seller that reveal all known defects. The problem is the homeowner typically isn’t aware of any issues that exist within the sewer lines. So, it’s in the homebuyer’s best interest to have these hidden defects revealed before that contract is signed, potentially saving you major repairs down the line.
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