Home Inspection Details
The final phase of the inspection is the basement/crawl space, structural components, electrical, plumbing, HVAC systems, etc.
Structural: Beams, columns, foundation, moisture issues, etc.
Utilities: Main and branch electrical, main and branch plumbing, and all HVAC equipment.
We've completed over 10,000 inspections! Our inspections are completed in accordance with the ASHI (or state) Standards of Practice. But want an idea of things we find? Check out what we do during a typical 3 hour inspection. The details below are just a small snapshot of what we document. We inspect over 1,000 items and often include 50 or more photos in your report.
Our inspections start at the exterior of the home. We thoroughly inspect all exterior components and often times will spend 45 minutes or more just on the exterior!
Roof: Shingles or surface, vents, valleys, skylights, and other flashing.
Exterior: Siding, windows, doors, caulking, decks and patios, landscaping, grading, drainge, etc.
Our inspection continue onto the inside of the home where we again start at the top and work down from the attic down through the living spaces.
Attic: Insulation, ventilation, leaks or moisture, pests, etc.
Interior: Window and doors, receptacles, fans, lights, appliances, kithcen, bedrooms, bathrooms, laundry, etc.