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Home inspection checklist:
What to expect on inspection day

Here’s what to expect during a home inspection:
A home inspector will look at a house’s HVAC system, interior plumbing and electrical systems, roof, attic, floors. windows and doors, foundation, basement and structural components, then provide a written report with results. A home inspection generally takes two to four hours, but may take more time depending on the size of the house.Attend the inspection so you can explore your new home in detail and ask questions as you go. This process can give you much more informative than the report alone.Don’t be concerned with the quantity of defects listed on your report — many will be so minor you won’t bother fixing them. Instead, pay attention to the seriousness of the home’s issues. Some can be deal-breakers. Talk to your home inspector and real estate agent about your best ways forward.

No home is perfect
A home inspection checklist can be a valuable tool when you’re selling a property. If you know what an inspector’s going to be looking for, you can sort out minor issues in advance. Of course, nobody’s expecting perfection. Blemish-free reports are rarer that Trump/Obama slumber parties. And it may be that you’ve already negotiated over some known issues and they’ve been reflected in the price.However, cherry-picking small problems that are quick, easy and inexpensive to fix can drastically reduce the list of defects a report shows up. And the shorter that list, the better the chances of your sale closing without quibbles.

Home inspection checklist: the components
Here’s what the inspector will review, according to the InterNACHI: Heating system, Central air conditioning system (temperature permitting),Interior plumbing and electrical systems, Roof, Attic, including visible insulation, Walls, Ceilings, Floors, Windows and doors, Foundation, Basement, Structural components.

Clearly, the inspector isn’t going to tear your home apart to inspect piping and wiring. But the more he or she has access to, the better the final report will be.

We work had to find issue, if they exist, with: Home Inspection as a service - HVAC - Heating - Ventilation - Air Conditioning - plumbing inspection - Electrical Inspection - Home Defects.

We provide: Thorough Home Inspections - Buyers Inspection(s) - Sellers Inspection(s) - Home Warranty inspection(s) - Certified Professional inspector - Gold Star Service Home Inspections - Experienced Home Inspector - Sewer Line Scope - New Construction Inspections - Indoor allergen sampling - Mold Sampling - Multi Unit Inspections - annual Maintenance checkup - asbestos Sampling - Manufactured Home Inspections - Rental Property Inspections - Sprinkler System Inspections - Pre-Listing Inspections - Lead-based paint testing - Moisture intrusion Inspector - Certified Roof Inspector -  Residential Property Inspection.

Water is the most damaging element to a home. The amount or levels of damage that can be related to moisture are endless and can become an expensive item to repair. We are trained to know and inspect the common areas and use tools such as moisture meters to determine the level of moisture to reduce your chances of surprises.The roof is another major system of the home. This is designed to keep water or moisture and other elements out of the home. It's main purpose to protect what is known as the live load of a home, which consists of people, furnishings and home finishings. We walk every roof barring any unsafe conditions that may exist or in cases of new construction where some builders will void a roof warranty.The two most common systems are aerobic and gravity. It is important to have systems inspected prior to purchasing a home to help reduce the chances that a system is damaged and or inoperable which can lead to high repair costs.Plumbing is one of the major systems within a home. We evaluate areas for functional flow, leaks and or back ups and damages that may have come from previous water intrusion.

The roof is another major system of the home. This is designed to keep water or moisture and other elements out of the home. It's main purpose to protect what is known as the live load of a home, which consists of people, furnishings and home finishings. We walk every roof barring any unsafe conditions that may exist or in cases of new construction where some builders will void a roof warranty.

The two most common systems are aerobic and gravity. It is important to have systems inspected prior to purchasing a home to help reduce the chances that a system is damaged and or inoperable which can lead to high repair costs.

Plumbing is one of the major systems within a home. We evaluate areas for functional flow, leaks and or back ups and damages that may have come from previous water intrusion.