Home Seller Inspection

Since many sales contracts include an inspection contingency permitting the Buyer to terminate the contract if a home inspection is not satisfactory, Seller’s may want to obtain a pre-market home seller inspection to identify deficiencies before a buyer hires a home inspector. The inspector will conduct the same inspection that is completed under the buyer’s inspection process. This permits a seller to identify issues before you list your home for sale, and to correct problems before they are disclosed to a Buyer.

All inspections include:

  • A detailed written inspection report
  • Photographs of the major components inspected
  • Post-inspection telephone or email follow-up consultations

Our home seller inspection reports, also known as a pre-market home inspection report, are full narrative reports that are easy to read and understand.  The report is divided into sections for the systems and components that we inspect; and each section will describe the system or component and indicate positive features, corrective measures needed, safety concerns and/or maintenance recommendations.  We also provide pictures of the major systems and components.

Home Seller Inspection
Guy Miner, owner of Triumph Home Inspection CT, LLC, is a Certified Home Inspector with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). He is also a member of the Connecticut Association of Home Inspectors. To read more about Guy, please see our About Us page.
The inspectors at Triumph Home Inspection strictly adhere to the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection’s Regulations and the American Society of Home Inspectors’ (ASHI) Code of Ethics.

We service all of Connecticut but specialize in small local towns like East HamptonColchester, Deep River, East Haddam, East Lyme, Glastonbury, Hebron, Madison, MarlboroughMiddletown, Old Saybrook, Salem.