The home inspector’s service to the purchaser is primarily one of education. The goal of the inspector is to provide the purchaser with a better understanding of the physical condition of the home in order for them to make a well-informed decision. It is also the inspector’s role to keep his findings in perspective for the buyer. After the inspection is completed, a written report is prepared for the home buyer, documenting the results of the inspection. In most cases when the sales contract is written, the buyer has an opportunity for due diligence by having a home inspection performed. The inspection can usually be arranged within a few days, after the sales contract is written. The home buyer is encouraged to attend the inspection, so that he/she can see first hand the workings of the home. It also represents an excellent opportunity for the prospective buyer to ask questions about the home or to discuss potential changes.
Plumbing (Water Heater included)
Appliances (Only installed or non-freestanding appliances)
Grading and Drainage