Full Home Inspection

What to Expect from a Full Home Inspection

Please Note: This is for a final full home inspection

Roof & Exterior: Assessing for damages, leaks, and structural integrity.

Interior: Checking walls, floors, ceilings, doors, and windows for any issues.

Plumbing: Inspecting pipes, fixtures, and drainage systems for leaks or concerns.

Electrical Systems: Ensuring safety and functionality of wiring, outlets, and circuits.

HVAC: Evaluating heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems for efficiency.

Attic & Insulation: Checking insulation and ventilation for optimal energy efficiency.

Basement/Crawl Space: Examining structural integrity and potential water damage.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Home inspectors usually check the roof, exterior, interior spaces, plumbing, electrical systems, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), attic, insulation, and the basement or crawl space. They thoroughly examine these areas for any issues or potential problems. We look at everything from top to bottom that’s on the house. 

The duration of a home inspection can vary based on the size and condition of the house. Generally, it takes around 2 to 5 hours. Larger or more complex properties might take longer to inspect thoroughly.

If issues are found, the inspector will document them in a report. Depending on the severity, buyers can negotiate repairs with the seller or ask for a reduction in the home’s price. Sellers can choose to address the issues before listing or adjust the selling price accordingly. Finding the best way to fix or go about buying your future home.