What is a Home Inspection?
A HOME INSPECTION is a visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property. The home inspection is not performed to determine if the houses passes or fails. Its general purpose is to make the client aware of all defects observed within a property, at the time of the inspection. A good inspector will provide the client with a list of all observable defects that could cause possible financial stress, inconvenience, or a danger to the inhabitants of the property.
The inspection is non-invasive, meaning the inspector will not use tools or devices, or any other method, to cut into or remove any part of the home, in order to complete the inspection, unless authorized by the owner of the property. The techniques used are designed to identify material defects, within specific residential systems and components of the property. The conditions that could be deemed as defects must be both observable and deemed material by the inspector, at the time of the Inspection. The scope and quality of the inspection are defined by a Standards of Practice that inspectors must follow, in order to be and remain certified. The scope or range, of the work being completed, may be modified by the Client and the Inspector, prior to the inspection process.
SAMPLE INSPECTION REPORTS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
These Home Systems are Included In A Home Inspection
OUR FEE FOR A BASIC HOME INSPECTION IS $350 FOR PROPERTIES UNDER 2000 SQUARE FEET AND IT COMES WITH A FREE TERMITE INSPECTION. OTHER SYSTEMS AND SERVICES CAN BE REQUESTED, AT THE TIME OF ARRANGING THE INSPECTION.
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