Heimer Engineering
Pre-Purchase Inspections


Licensed Engineer Inspectors performing Home, Building, Condo, and Co-op
Inspections in New York City (Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx,
and Staten Island), Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk),
and Upstate New York (Rockland, Putnam, and Westchester)

Insight Only An Engineer Inspector Offers

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Professional Engineer Inspector


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Inspection BasicsHome, Building, Condo, and Co-op Inspection Info
Why Use an Engineer?Why is an Engineer Inspector is your best choice?
Sample Inspection ReportSample pre-purchase inspection report
First Time Home BuyersInformation for first-time home buyers
Why Pay Twice?Do you need two home inspections?
Common MistakesHelp prevent these common inspection mistakes
Info About EngineersInformation on Licensed Engineers
Home Inspection VideoView a short Home Inspection video
Inspection ChecklistChecklist before you set up an inspection
Download AgreementsDownload a pre-inspection agreement
 
 
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Heimer Engineering's Engineer Inspectors perform pre-purchase home, building, condo, and co-op inspections, and provide other Engineering services in the State of New York. Heimer Engineering's Engineer Inspectors do not provide contracting, construction, building, or repair services. Heimer Engineering is not affiliated with or franchised by ay society, organization, other company or the Department of Buildings. See below for more information.


Heimer Engineering's Professional Services are only available in the State of New York.


Heimer Engineering's Engineer Inspectors perform pre-purchase home, building, condo, and co-op inspections, and provides other Engineering services in the State of New York.  As part of these inspection, the Engineer Inspectors alert you of environmental risks that can be visibly detected, just as other Home Inspectors do.  The difference is that Heimer Engineering's Engineer Inspectors will never misrepresent this as an environmental inspection.  You need to retain an appropriately licensed and trained environmental consultant to have these hazards properly evaluated in the property that you are considering purchasing.  Heimer Engineering is not associated with the City of New York Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), The State of New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), or the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).