While every home is different, there are some common things that we always check for during an inspection.
Here are a few of the things that we look for during a typical home inspection:
The Foundation: The foundation is one of the most important parts of any home. We check for cracks or unevenness in the foundation that could indicate structural problems. We also make sure that the foundation is properly waterproofed to protect the home from water damage.
The Roof: The roof is another crucial part of the home that we inspect. We check for missing or damaged shingles and make sure that the gutters and downspouts are in good condition. We also look for any signs of leaks or water damage inside the attic.
The HVAC System: The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system is one of the most expensive systems in your home. During our inspection, we check all of the components of the system to make sure they are in good working order. This includes checking the furnace, air conditioner, ductwork, and vents.
The Electrical System: The electrical system is one of the most dangerous systems in your home. We check for any signs of overloaded circuits or faulty wiring. We also test all of the outlets to make sure they are properly grounded.
The Plumbing System: The plumbing system is responsible for bringing fresh water into your home and taking waste water out. During our inspection, we check all of the pipes and fixtures to make sure they are in good working order. We also test the water pressure to ensure that it meets code.
These are just a few of the things that we look for during a typical home inspection. However, every home is different and we tailor our inspections to meet the specific needs of each client. If you have any specific concerns about your home, be sure to let us know so we can address them during our inspection.