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Protecting Yourself And Your Home During A Home Inspection

Thousands of homes are built across Connecticut each year. When the dream of owning a home finally becomes a reality, homeowners want nothing else but to benefit from the property they’ve worked hard for.

Unfortunately, many homes have defects that pose a risk to the people living in them. What’s worse, many of these defects go unnoticed for months or years. The cost of remediation can be overwhelming.

Are you dealing with a home inspection problem? Contact Mark Sank & Associates, LLC, for a free 30-minute consultation

Attorney With Unique Experience

Attorney Mark Sank has a background in construction and that experience has come into play many times when handling real estate matters. With over 35 years in legal practice, Mr. Sank has handled cases having to do with all types of real estate issues.

How We Can Help You

  • Has your home been inspected and the inspector failed to notice a major issue?
  • Have you discovered a major structural concern in your new home?
  • Are you thinking of buying a home and want legal representation to ensure the proper inspection of the property?

At Mark Sank & Associates, LLC, we help home buyers and owners with all types of residential and commercial real estate matters. We understand your desire to simply enjoy your home – we can help you resolve your home inspection issues so you can focus on other important matters.

The Importance Of Home Inspections

Many people jump into buying a house when they find their “dream home”. Unfortunately, many fail to arrange for a proper inspection of the property. This step is crucial in assessing safety and structural components of a home.

A home inspection should include the examination of the following:

  • Underground oil tanks
  • Radon
  • Septic issues
  • Well water issues
  • Roofing
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical components
  • Structural components
  • Air conditioning and heating
  • Potential hazards

Contact Us

To schedule a free consultation with an experienced real estate lawyer, contact us online or call our law firm at 203-967-1190.