What do home inspectors inspect
A home inspection is a visible and accessible inspection of the property.
Surprisingly, you may find the home inspector will not do crawlspaces or offer residential warranty one their inspection. Believe it our not, they may not be EPA Certified For Septic Systems or current on their Continuing Education.
A home inspection is a visible and accessible inspection of the property. This includes the components of the house and are reported if they do not meet these guidelines:
Are they in good working order?
Were they installed properly
Are they safe?
When making one of the largest purchases of your life, you want assurance that there are no major things wrong that you did not know about. It is reasonable and fair to expect, and you should insist, that a residential home or a commercial property be delivered to you...
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The purchase of a home or commercial property is a huge investment of money and time. We want our property to perform to our hopes and expectations. We need and want to feel safety in our decision. Many statements are made about property inspectors that you should...