Why Spring Is a Great Time for a Home Inspection

Spring is on its way here in California, and while it’s true that a home inspection can be scheduled any time of year, things always tend to ramp up in the spring. If you’re in the process of buying or selling a home, now is a great time to schedule a home inspection with the professionals at CalPro Inspection Group. Here are just a few things we love about spring home inspections.

Why Spring is a Great Time for a Home Inspection

Cooperative Weather

Here in California, we don’t have the harsh winter weather that the rest of the country has, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have the occasional complications from the weather. When completing a home inspection, the inspector needs to have access to all areas of the home, including the roof and foundation. The weather in the spring is more likely to be favorable and, therefore, you’ll have a better chance of getting a truly thorough inspection done.

Air Conditioning

This probably won’t come as a surprise to you, but the best time to test a home’s air conditioning system is when it’s running. Since the AC is more likely to be on in the spring and summer months, your inspector will be able to make sure that the temperature is balanced around the home. Because Northern California is reasonably mild in the winter, you’re less likely to be able to detect problems during those months.

Prime Market

Finally, the best reason to schedule a home inspection in the spring is simply that spring is when most people want to buy a house. The real estate market historically picks up every spring. As a result, you’re much more likely to sell your property quickly and at your desired asking price if you have a pre-listing inspection on hand for potential buyers.

Are you ready to schedule your spring home inspection? CalPro Inspection Group is your one-stop shop for your inspection needs. We serve Greater Sacramento and the entire Bay Area. Contact us at (800) 474-3540 to request a quote or schedule online now for residential, commercial, and new-home inspections.