What is it Going to Cost to Fix That?

We DO NOT provide repair estimates for several reasons:

(1) It can easily be misunderstood as an offer to conduct repairs.

(2) A proper quote for repairs should include a hypothesis as to a diagnosis or cause of an issue based on the results of a technically exhaustive inspection, disassembling or dismantling system components, invasive or destructive procedures, etc.

(3) Actual cause of an issue is needed to determine the scope of work required to completely and properly conduct repairs.

(4) Exact cost of parts &/or labor should be provided by the person(s) actually doing the repairs.

We recommend obtaining actual quotes for repairs from licensed professionals for any and all issues or concerns before the end of the inspection period (or before it is too late to request repairs / concessions from the seller).