What's Inspected During A Home Inspection

The most important part of an inspection is the safety of the occupants of the home whether the inspection is for the buyer or seller.

The home inspection includes a look at everything in the home, including from the roof to the basement and everything inside and outside, and all points in between. This includes: Electrical, HVAC systems, plumbing, appliances, roof, exterior surfaces, foundation of the building, lots and grounds, crawl space and the structural integrity of the building.

The home is inspected to the standards of when it was built. The exceptions to that is if there has been updating done or if there are safety issues. Can a home a fail an inspection? The answer to that question is NO! A home inspection is an examination of the current condition of the home.

For an added fee I also inspect for termites, mold and do radon testing.