Home Inspections

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Home Inspections

PHYSICALLY walk the property and access the foundation, grading, siding, walls, driveways, sidewalks and all general components.

PHYSICALLY enter the attic, basements, and crawl spaces to assess the insulation value, structure, ventilation and foundation of your home, so long as they are accessible.

PHYSICALLY open your fireplace, work the damper, and evaluate the interior fire box for deficiencies.

PHYSICALLY test a proportionate amount of electrical outlets in every room, and test GFCIs.

PHYSICALLY operate every faucet and plumbing fixture in every bathroom, utility, kitchen and exterior of your home.

PHYSICALLY operate the sump pump for assessment, unless the pit is dry.

PHYSICALLY open a proportionate amount of windows in every room of the house.

PHYSICALLY walk the roof of your new home, unless unsafe, to assess the condition, age, and functionality of the roofing material, gutters, downspouts, vents, chimneys and flashings present.

PHYSICALLY remove the furnace cover to assess the interior portion of the fire chamber, operate the furnace and air conditioner (as long as outside temperatures allow).

PHYSICALLY remove the electrical panel box cover to assess the inner wiring for safety issues.

PHYSICALLY operate the garage door openers and assess the safety returns.

PHYSICALLY operate all built in appliances, disposal, and run a cycle on the dishwasher in the kitchen.

PHYSICALLY INSTRUCT YOU on how to turn off your main water supply, main electrical supply, main gas supply, operate your furnace and change your filters.

DELIVER a narrative report including digital photography, summary sections, and detailed recommendations for corrective actions needed within 24 hours of completion of inspection.