The report includes:
A complete description of
all components observed during inspection, and of the property, provide the buyer, seller, or homeowner with an accurate profile of the property.
include over 200 pages of repair and maintenance techniques uniquely suited to the property, as well as disclosure information and inspection limitations, which ordinarily cannot be conveyed during the inspection. This will assure you of a better understanding of the property, the inspection process, and many maintenance considerations.
The following items, if visible, are surveyed during a routine home inspection:
drainage, earth conditions near the foundation, fences, gutters, patios, driveways, decks, retaining walls, and much more.·
Exterior/roof condition, flashings, sidings, garage doors, windows, doors, etc.
Heating and air conditioning systems, fireplace, chimneys, gas
lines, evaporator/condenser, compressor, combustion air, ducting and registers, etc.·
Pool/spa, deck, fence, GFCI circuits, heater, pumps, filter,
plumbing including, gas and water lines, water heater, laundry, faucets & valves, drains, pumps, oil tanks, LPG tanks, etc.·
Electrical service panel, wire sizes, loading, aluminum wire, service drop, grounding, door bell, weather head,
GFCI circuits, electrical outlets, etc.·
Bathrooms, shower, tub, wash basins, toilet, faucets, flooring, walls, ceiling, ceramic tile, counter tops, mirrors, etc.·
Interior, walls/ceilings, flooring, weather-stripping, fire-walls, hand and guard rails,
, cabinets, doors, etc.·
Kitchen/appliances, oven, range,
exhaust hood, dishwasher, refrigerator, flooring, sinks, faucets, drains, lighting, disposal, compactor, etc.
Structural foundation, basement or crawl-space, framing members,
insulation, venting, clearances, bracing, remodel effects, etc.
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