The following page will help you understand what is done during a standard inspection. We will cover what is looked at and what your report will look like
This is a library full of documents pertaining to many issues that are found during an inspection. This can give you a basis of what to expect if the issues are not addressed and also provide a guideline to help remedy the problem.
This will help you keep with common maintenance on your home. It can also help if you plan to list your home
The inspector will:
Offer opinions only. These opinions are to be based upon a visual inspection of existing conditions at the time of inspection.
Inform the client that the inspection is not intended to be, nor is to be construed as a guarantee or warranty, or as any form of insurance.
Not perform any activity where injury to the inspector or personal property loss is likely.
The inspector is not required to:
Move furniture, lift floor coverings, remove wall coverings or do anything that will damage or destroy any element of the property.
As part of a normal inspection, inspect any unattached building except one garage.
Be responsible to find termites, other insects, wood, dry rot or any environmental problem(s).
Be responsible to identify the presence of bacteria, mold, fungi, asbestos, or any gas including radon or formaldehyde.
Attempt to identify any waste system problem.