The Inspection Report
After the inspection, we produce a computer generated report for the complete home inspection, which includes a detailed analysis of the home. Additional copies of the report can be faxed or emailed at no extra charge.
A complete home inspection is conducted upon completion of the home, and is generally before the contract between buyer and seller is finalized. On new construction, it is recommended that the inspection be conducted just before the walk-through with the builder. Our inspector, armed with the most advanced inspecting equipment, performs a complete structural and mechanical analysis, carefully inspecting each of the following:
Exterior: siding, trim, exterior doors, windows, gutters, downspouts, deck, landings, sidewalks, driveway, chimney, crawl space, foundation, and roof.
Interior: interior doors, floors, walls, ceilings, windows, kitchen appliances, attic, attic ventilation, attic insulation, basement structure, and foundation.
Plumbing: water heater, piping, venting, toilets, tubs, showers, and sinks.
Electrical: main service cable, service rating, main panel box, main disconnect, all visible wiring, wall outlets, GFCIs, light fixtures, and switches.
HVAC: heating unit, cooling unit, supply and return ducts, room registers, returns, and filters.
Our inspections are conducted according to the ASHI Standards of Practice.
Once you have a home inspection done, we are available to come back at a reduced rate to make sure the repairs were properly made. This helps you to ascertain that items noted in the inspection report were repaired correctly and according to current codes.
Reinspections help you to further protect your investment and your home from future damage resulting from improper repairs.
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