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A home inspection is a professional, visual examination of the overall condition of a home. Inspecting a house before closing is much like test driving a car before buying it. A general home inspection, also known as a “physical inspection,” helps you determine whether a home is the right fit and a good value. Inspect the house objectively, noting both major and minor defects.
Investing in a home inspection before listing your home will help you to understand the condition of your property and will ensure that there are no surprises and unexpected costly repairs.
A 1 year warranty inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of the interior and exterior of your newly built home and its major systems and components. Even though most homeowners don’t believe that any problems will arise during the first year, it is always best to have your property inspected prior to your warranty’s expiration.
The septic system inspection should be performed on an annual basis to ensure proper function. The septic tank is the most expensive household fixture, and its lifespan will be shortened significantly if it is not maintained.
A test that measures the presence and amount of certain germs in your water system.
A manufactured home inspection is a complete inspection of the home, from the roof to the ground.
Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced, non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to show homeowners things about their homes that can’t be revealed using conventional inspection methods.
The inspection specifically looks for signs of wood-destroying insects, especially termites, and provides professional recommendations for treatment.
Pool and Spa inspections are in two parts: visually and mechanically. The visual pool and spa inspection includes looking over pool equipment, electrical supply (including pool lighting) and any safety issues immediately surrounding the pool and pool deck.
The idea of inspecting each phase of construction is to catch problems or errors in a timely manner. This allows appropriate corrections to be made before the next phase of construction begins or covers the problem. Phase 1 – Pre-Pour, 2. Pre-Drywall, & 3. Final