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What is a Home Inspection?


A home inspection is a visual inspection of the structure and components of a home to find items that are not performing correctly or items that are unsafe. If a problem or a symptom of a problem is found the home inspector will include a description of the problem in a written report and may recommend further evaluation. Depending on the house the Home Inspection will cover the following 12 areas
1.Foundation
2.Roofing
3.Exterior, walls, siding etc...
4.Porches and decks
5Attic
6.Electrical systems
7.Plumbing systems
8.Interior
9.Doors and windows
10.Heating and air conditioning systems
11.Ventilation
12.Fireplaces


Why get a home Inspection?

Pre-Purchase

You need to know exactly what you are getting when buying a house. A professional home inspection will reveal any hidden problems/issues so that they can be addressed before you close.  This will make your buying decision much easier and give you peace of mind.
Pre-Listing:
Wouldn't you like to find out about any hidden problems before your house goes on the market? Having a Pre-Listing Home Inspection done will help guarantee you get the highest price for your home in the shortest amount of time.  Most  sale contracts are contingent upon completion of a satisfactory home inspection (known as the inspection contingency).


How long does a Home Inspection take?

Inspection times vary from inspection to inspection based on the size and condition of the property. On average (size and condition) a Pre-Listing Inspection or Pre-Purchase Home Inspection will take around 1.5 to 3 hours. For larger homes they can run anywhere from 2 to 5 plus hours. After we finish the on site report we typically spend 2 to 4 hours compiling information and pictures to produce the final report.


4 Point Insurance Inspections and Wind Mitigation are less detailed than Full Home Inspections and more limited in scope and take typically 45 minutes to a hour.


Can a house fail a Home Inspection?

No. A Professional Home Inspection is simply an examination of the current condition of your home or property. It is not a appraisal or a Municipal Code Inspection. A Home Inspector does not pass or fail a house, but will simply describe its condition and indicate which items will be in need of immediate or near future major repair or replacement.