What We Look For During An Inspection
What is inspected? All visual parts of the home as shown in this diagram.
A home inspection is an objective examination of your home’s condition from the roof to the foundation. It typically includes visual inspection of the condition of the home’s major systems, roof, attic, wall, ceilings, floors, openings, foundation, basement, and more.
A home inspection allows buyers and sellers to accurately make intelligent decisions about the homes value and condition prior to buying or selling.
It is important to hire a professional inspector to perform the home inspection. A qualified inspector is able to spot issues that even the most experienced homeowner is not trained to spot. Remember, a home can not fail a home inspection and no house is perfect; the inspection is a detailed report of your home’s condition, not an appraisal.
You should hire a home inspector once you have signed a purchase agreement.
Home Inspection FAQs
No. Radon testing and mitigation is just one specialty service we offer in addition to general home inspections.
Please read our Inspection Pricing page.
Before we can even start an inspection, a pre-inspection agreement must be signed. You can download that agreement here as a PDF.
When buying a home, a home inspection is very important. It helps bring attention to problems that can often be resolved by the seller before the purchase. This could save you thousands of dollars. If you already own a home, an inspection can give you peace of mind or help to spot potentially hazardous or deadly situations.
Every house is different, but there are certain things we routinely inspect on almost every property. Visit our page showing what we typically look for. Contact us for a list of specifics.
Every house is a little unique and may require more or less inspecting (and more or less cost) depending on the situation. It is therefore best to contact us directly so that we can provide you with an accurate quote on your home inspection.
We are priced very competitively within our local market. Remember, it can often be more costly NOT to have a home properly inspected.