When you hire a home inspector for any type of home inspection service, you get a complete inspection of your house, inside and out. Professional home inspectors have the expertise and know-how to give you a non-invasive, visual inspection of your residential or commercial property so you know what you are buying.
Outside the home, they inspect the siding, driveway, walls, patio, stairs, etc., Inside, they take a look at the doors, ceilings, walls, floors, and windows. The heating, cooling, plumbing, and electrical will all be inspected to ensure that they work as intended. Kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms get a total check, along with the attic, crawl space, and basement. Here are some of the many items they look at during a home inspection:
• Support foundation and structure
• Water Heater
• Electrical branch circuits, electrical service capacity & components
• Steps and stairs
• AC and heating system
• Walkways and driveways
• Kitchen appliances
• Garages and carports
• Windows and doors
As professional home inspectors, their duty is to you and not the real estate company. They point out things to you that could be a problem in the near future.
Buying a home or business is similar to buying a car. It doesn’t matter if it’s pre-owned or new, constant upkeep is a must. There are times when everything in and around the property is in mint condition. There are times when there are things that if a home inspector didn’t find it, you probably won’t have noticed it until it was too late.
This is what a home inspection does. It saves you time, money, and aggression in the long run. There is nothing worse than getting unwelcome and unexpected surprises with your new residential or commercial property. A professional home inspection by a skilled expert manages finding out what you need to know before you pay out any money.