A home inspection is a visual inspection of the physical structure and mechanical condition of a home, from roof to foundation. The inspection is designed to identify problems that may exist, advise of repairs needed and, in some cases, provide preventive maintenance advice. A home inspection points out the positive aspects of a home, as well as the maintenance that will be necessary to keep it in good shape.
Proper Cleaning and Filtration: Keeping the pool and surrounding area clean from organic debris is fundamental to maintaining a healthy pool environment. Proper filtration requires that the pool pump and filter are in good operating condition.
A leaky roof can cause extensive damage to your home and to your belongings and result in expensive repair costs. You can prevent leaks and minimize damages with a proper inspection.
As the concrete cracks and buckles, pieces of it will stick up and create a tripping hazard. Because other people often use your sidewalk, patio, or driveway, they could become injured. We understand what to look for to prevent this from happening.
When properly selected and installed, energy-efficient Doors & windows can help minimize your heating, cooling and lighting costs. Improving door & window performance provides a multitude of benefits.
When it comes to maintaining major appliances, you need to do a bit more work than just making sure they’re plugged into the wall. Neglecting basic maintenance on home appliances can cause premature wear. Our inspection will provide the Insight to your appliances overall condition.
Plumbing leaks and the resulting water damage repairs or mold cleanup can be costly. Avoid the inconvenience with some good habits and modest investments in time and money. Even small leaks can make pipes corrode more quickly and cause significant water damage or mold. Take the time to periodically scout for signs of leaks and drips.
We will carefully evaluate the condition of the visible electrical system and check for any improper wiring and hazards. In addition to the main panel and sub-panels, your inspector will examine and test readily accessible outlets, switches, fixtures, circuit breakers, and GFCI outlets throughout the home.