An inspection is an objective visual examination of the structure and systems of a home. If you are thinking of
buying a home or condominium, you should have it thoroughly inspected before the final purchase by an experienced
and impartial professional inspector.
The purpose of the inspection is to determine whether various items in the house
are working properly, or if they are in need of repair. There is no law that says that a house has to be in perfect order,
and typically an inspection will reveal problems, usually minor, which should be repaired.
Having a home inspected is like giving it a physical check-up. If problems or symptoms are
found, the inspector will refer you to the appropriate specialist or tradesperson for further evaluation.
Typical inspections take from 1 ½ - 3 hours.
Limited Visual Home Inspection includes an evaluation
of the following:
* Roof(Visual Only)
* Air conditioning & Heat Systems
Hot Water systems
* Drain Systems
* Shower pans
* Lawn Sprinklers
* Fire Places
* Smoke detectors
* Mold and Environmental Inspection
* Comprehensive Roof Inspection
* Termite Inspection
Please Note: If the home is vacant, it is important that all utilities, such as electricity, gas, and water,
are turned on. Otherwise the inspector cannot check some of the systems in the home.