Is A Home Inspection Really Worth It?

The average home inspection cost is around $350-$400 depending on numerous factors such as size, age, and ancillary services. A few hundred dollars spent on an inspection may very well…

What Are The Benefits Of A Home Inspection?

Home inspections can provide buyers with crucial knowledge of the home they are purchasing and major defects that may be within the home. This information can assist the buyer in…

What Happens When A Home Inspector Misses Something?

Home inspectors are required to carry insurance such as General Liability and Errors & Omissions. All this should be outlined within the pre inspection agreement that is to be signed…

Do Home Inspectors Move Stuff Around?

A home inspection is a non-invasive visual only process. In most cases home inspectors leave the homeowners personal belongings alone. Moving the homeowners belongings raises the chances of something breaking…

Do Home Inspectors Look In Closets?

Yes, home inspectors do look in closets. Often times closets can have an attic access, drainage or supply pipes that run behind drywall or duct work. Failing to look in…

What Is A Red Flag On A Home Inspection?

All the minor and major defects in a home inspection can be found in the summary of the report. Major red flags on a report may include active water leaks,…

What Are The Most Common Home Inspection Problems?

Common defects found on homes include warn or damaged shingles, improper wiring, drainage issues, plumbing leaks & exterior deterioration. Every home is different but most common defects are found in…

What Typically Fails A Home Inspection?

Home Inspections are not a pass or fail assessment. Rather, a home inspection is an in depth report generally used by home buyers to gain knowledge and negotiating leverage before…

What Do Home Inspectors Look At?

Roof, Exterior, Basement, Foundation, Crawlspace, HVAC Systems, Electrical, Fireplace, Attic, Insulation & Ventilation, Doors, Windows & Interior, Grade, Plumbing

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