Our professional home inspection services are always done by Certified Professional Home Inspectors. Insist on the best. Our inspection knowledge comes in part by an extensive background in the building trades, but also from many hours of training and experience.
A professional buyer home inspection is extremely important, particularly since a home is often the largest investment people make. To protect your investment, professional home inspectors skilled in the building trades provide a general evaluation of the home – a visual inspection from roof to foundation. Your certified home inspector will objectively identify material defects in the systems, structures and components of the home, in adherence to or exceeding industry regulations and standards. Below, you will find a detailed list of what is included in a home inspection.
As the first-year anniversary of your new home approaches, your homebuilder warranty will soon expire. If you do not address problems with your new house within one year of your closing date, your builder will no longer be responsible for problems. So, who fixes the problems after the warranty expires? You do! Let us reveal potential issues before they become your problem!
A Rental Inspection is an integral part of the tenant turnover process for a rental unit. Unfortunately, many landlords skip this important process all together. Completing this step may help you avoid any potential conflicts with your tenants with regards to the condition of the property during their turnover of the unit.
Buying a new house is likely one of, if not the largest purchase decision you’ll ever make. The whole process can be difficult and often causes conflicting emotions and stress. You may ask yourself, did I do the right thing? A professional new home construction inspection can substantially reduce the risk in your new home investment. It just makes sense to learn as much as you can about the quality of your new home, before signing off on everything and taking the keys.
· roof, vents, flashing and trim
· gutters and downspouts
· skylight, chimney and other roof penetrations
· decks, stoops, porches, walkways and railings
· eaves, soffit and fascia
· grading and drainage
· foundation and crawlspace
· water penetration and foundation movement
· heating systems
· cooling systems
· main water shut-off valves
· water heating system
· interior plumbing fixtures and faucets
· drainage sump pumps with accessible floats
· electrical service line and meter box
· main disconnect and service amperage
· electrical panels, breakers and fuses
· grounding and bonding
· GFCIs and AFCIs
· fireplace damper door and hearth
· insulation and ventilation
· garage doors, safety sensors and openers
· and much more!