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Home inspections are an important piece of the home buying process. They help to ensure you are getting what you pay for and avoiding unwelcome surprises. Choosing your home inspector is an important decision that many buyers take too lightly.
Because Illinois law sets minimum requirements for inspections, many people make the mistake of believing that all home inspections are the same. That is not accurate. Many home inspectors will cruise through the home with a pre-printed checklist, fill in some boxes, and hand you a stack of papers on their way out, calling it an inspection.
We perform a careful review of your future home and provide a thorough inspection report, complete with color photographs detailing the condition of the home you are about to buy. We deliver the results quickly and professionally so that you have peace of mind at closing time.
Additional services to help ensure a safe environment are available. Radon, mold, water quality, air quality can all be tested. Sewer scans can also be conducted.
Informative reports that help
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Allow us the pleasure to inform you about your home with our premium inspection service.
OWNER, EXPERT, DEVOTED HUSBAND, LOVING GRANDFATHER
Owner and operator of Premium Home Inspections, Rick F Sabatino ACI, IRB, LEED AP, been a licensed Home Inspector since 2008. He has earned the American Association of Home Inspector Certified Inspector credentials (ACI) Has passed and earned the Inspector By Review (IBR) designation from the Great Lakes Chapter of ASHI.
Rick Sabatino has been married to his high school sweetheart for over 40 years. He has four children and four beautiful grandchildren. Rick has lived in the Chicago-land area his entire life and is highly familiar with its architecture.
Rick’s 30-plus years in the hospitality industry with facilities experience and the construction and building materials industries helped prepare him for his career as a home inspector. A graduate of DePaul University, Rick earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts, with a focus on Facilities Management for Independent Living. He also holds a Facilities Management certificate from the College of Du Page. Rick is an active commissioner on the Building Codes Advisory Committee for Oak Park, IL Other accomplishments include earning the Certified Aging in Place (CAPS) designation from the National Association of Home Builders and a LEED Accredited Professional from the US Green Building Council.