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  • What is a home inspection?
    A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. Home inspections are usually conducted by a home inspector who has the training and certifications to perform such inspections.
  • Do I need a home inspection?
    Buying a home could be the largest single investment the homebuyer will ever make. The inspection is a crucial step that if missed, could lead to serious and expensive repercussions in the future.
  • What's included in my inspection?
    This will vary depending on the type of inspection performed. You can typically expect your home inspection to include a condition review of: -Roof covering materials -Roof structures and attics -Gutters -Grading and drainage -Vents, flashing, and trim -Attic insulation and ventilation -Electrical systems -Plumbing systems -Heating -Air conditioning -Water systems -Duct systems -Sprinkler systems -Foundation -Ventilation -Windows -Doors -Walkways -Garage doors -Chimneys -Porches, walkways, & decks -Interior and exterior of home (walls, ceilings, floors) -Dishwashers -Garbage disposal -Fireplaces -Ranges, cooktops, and ovens -Microwaves - & More
  • How much will my inspection cost?
    Inspection prices will vary depending on size of the home, age, and any additional services performed.
  • Do I need to be present for the inspection?
    It is highly recommended that you are present during a home inspection. Most inspections are lengthy, and buyers typically choose to come towards the end of the inspection. This gives your inspector time to properly inspect the home, with few distractions. Also, this saves you time. Once you arrive, your inspector will go over any report findings. While highly recommended, you are not required to attend the home inspection.
  • When will I receive my completed inspection report?
    You will receive your completed report within 24 hours of inspection completion. However, most reports are completed and sent out same-day.
  • What if I don't understand my inspection report?
    If you do not understand your inspection report, that's okay! Inspection reports can sometimes be lengthy and hard to understand.We will always reach out after sending the report, to ensure we answer any questions you may have.
  • What if I'm not satisfied with my home inspection?
    If you are not 100% satisfied for any reason with the quality of your inspection, please give us a call before receiving your report so that we can make it right. If you are still unsatisfied, we may reimburse you the full cost of the inspection.
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