For a normal single-family home, an on-site examination should take one inspector two to three hours on average; any time less might not be sufficient to conduct a complete inspection. It may be necessary to bring in more inspectors for really sizable structures and assets.
Yes, we provide all of our clients with a completed written report. We try our best to get those to you soon after your inspection is done.
No. A home inspection is meant to formally report the condition of a home. It is possible for there to be several issues with the home, but there is no failing a home inspection.
Radon testing is not included in a standard home inspection. However, you can request that we test for radon in addition to your inspection. Visit our home inspection page to see what’s included in a standard home inspection!
No, the inspection report is mostly a tool for gathering information. Depending on the conditions outlined in the sales contract, items in need of repair may either be accepted “as-is” or negotiated between the buyer and seller.
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