Full Home Inspection
What areas will be checked in my Home Inspection?
- Roof – roof penetrations, guttering, and other roof components
- Structural Components – Foundation, basement, crawl space, ventilation, insulation, vapor retarders
- Home Exterior – wall cladding, trim, paint, doors, windows, soffits & facias, porches, decks, drives and walkways, etc.
- Garage / Carport – ceilings, walls, floor, garage door operation, etc
- Electircal – Incoming service, panel, grounding, GFCI, smoke detectors, outlets and switches, hard wired devices, etc.
- Basement – Crawl space, slab, water penetration, moisture content, mold
- Plumbing – drain, waste and vent systems, shut-offs, water heater, piping, showers, toilets, sinks, fixtures, etc.
- Heating/Cooling Equipment – condition and operation, operating controls, fireplaces, etc
- Attic – Insulation, framing, leaks, ventilation, etc.
- General Interior – walls, ceilings, floors, doors, stairs, fireplaces, stairways, bath exhaust
- Kithens & Appliances – Stove, dishwasher, ventiliation, cabinets, range hood, counters, drawers, outlets
- Grounds – drainage, hazards, etc
What documents will I receive?
On the day of inspection, you will receive a comprehensive, customized inspection report detailing the general conditions of the building, improvements, mechanical systems, and appliances as they exist on inspection day. A “Summary Report” will be provided detailing the systems or components that are found to be not functioning properly or adversely affecting the habitability of the house. Your professionally prepared report will also include our contract, a copy of the South Carolina residential Builders Commission Home Inspector “Standards of Practice”, and general information about the care and upkeep of your home. For your convenience, copies of your inspection report can be forwarded to your Realtor or Lender at no extra charge.