Your Home Inspector should arrive on time and prepared.
You should have already received a copy of the Pre-Inspection Agreement and had adequate time to review & sign it. If not, you should review the Agreement with your Inspector and ask any questions you may have before the inspection begins.
Your presence is requested at the time of the home inspection.
The Inspector will then begin a visual examination of the home from the roof down to the foundation, inside & out.
Checking the various components and systems of the home.
Gathering important information and photo’s to later compile into the Final Report.
These are some of the items that will be inspected on the home.
Exterior; including siding, trim, doors & windows, overhangs, attached decks, porches, garage or carport
Interior; including built in appliances, ceiling, walls, floors, stairs, doors & windows
Electrical System, HVAC System (Heating & Cooling)
Plumbing, Water Heater
Roof, Attic/Ventilation & Insulation
Why Get a Home Inspection?
The buying of a home is one of the most expensive purchases you will ever make in your life. It makes good sense to hire a Qualified Home Inspector to examine the many different components and systems of the house and to check their functionality and safety conditions before you make your final decision to purchase or sell a home.
This could potentially save you thousands of dollars in expensive repairs or replacement of components if buying; or make you aware of items needing attention before you market your home. A home inspection is a good investment that can help bring that “Peace of Mind” you’re looking for.