[1] Buyer's Inspection

[2] Seller's Inspection

[3] New construction Inspection

[4] Inspection Coverage

 

[1] Buyer's Inspection:

  • For the existing home buyer.

  • Know the condition and potential problems of the house you are buying.

  • Avoid costly defects and damage.

 

[2]  Seller's Inspection:

  • You will have a marketing advantage over other listings; the inspection is already done.

  • Gives the buyers peace of mind.

  • Gives you a chance to fix problems before your house goes on the market.

  • Smoother transaction- no surprises at closing.

 

[3] New construction Inspection:

When buying a new house everything may not be as it seems. Although the house is new, it can still have defects and other issues. The combination of a busy builder and multiple groups of unsupervised sub contractors can often lead to problems. 
It is much easier to fix these issues before you move in. It is always in your best 
interest to have an independent third party perform a final inspection.

 

[4] Inspection coverage:


Structural:
Foundation
Site grading and drainage
Roof covering
Roof structure and attic
Walls (interior and exterior)
Ceilings and floors
Doors and windows
Steps, stairways, balconies and railings
Fireplace and chimney

Heating/Air conditioning and Ventilation:
Heating 
Air Conditioning
Ducts and vents

Appliances:
Dishwasher
Food waster disposal
Range hood, ovens and cook tops
Trash compactor
Garage door openers

Plumbing:
Water supply and fixtures
Drains/waste vents
Water heating equipment

Electrical:
Service and entrance panels
Branch circuits (fixtures, outlets and switches)