Buying a new home is an expensive and stressful process and often in those first few months after you move in, money is really tight, especially after moving expenses, utility hookup fees, legal documents, décor items and the like. This is also the time when the unexpected usually happens. You move in thinking everything is working fine, only to have the furnace conk out a month later.

A top-notch home inspector, like AmeriSpec, will mitigate your risk by doing a thorough visual inspection of your home and, as a courtesy, will inspect any fixed appliances and those included in the offer, such as fridges and stoves. With the addition of RecallChek, these appliances can also be investigated for any possible defects or warranty issues through RecallChek’s massive recall database. Items found to have an outstanding recall are repaired or replaced completely for free.

Even with all these precautions, it’s still possible to have the unexpected happen—and that’s where the 90-day warranty comes in. According to Jeff Brookfield, business development consultant at AmeriSpec, “a 90-day warranty in conjunction with an AmeriSpec home inspection will provide our clients with complete peace of mind knowing that they will not be faced with unexpected repairs on closing.”

The 90-day warranty comes with an AmeriSpec home inspection for no additional charge at all. It’s valid for 90 days from the date of inspection (or 22 days after the closing—whichever is longer), so you’re protected from the unexpected.

It covers so much too – all the parts and labour to repair any items in good working order when inspected (and listed on the warranty information). There’s no deductible and it may work in conjunction with an existing warranty as well.

Best of all is the peace of mind knowing that you are protected from those unexpected surprises that always seem to happen at the worst possible time. What a relief to have AmeriSpec on your team through your homebuying experience and the protection and peace of mind brought by the 90-day warranty.