Pre-Listing Inspection

Whether you are selling your home on your own or using a realtor, it’s always a good idea to have a professional home inspection to help you prepare and disclose any hidden issues that may arise when the buyer has their inspection performed. Our inspection report will help you identify the safety hazards, defects, and improvements that are needed. You then can determine which must be immediately addressed and which can wait. The pre-listing inspection knowledge will allow you to better market your home and be better prepared for negotiations. Eventually, your buyers are going to conduct an inspection. You may as well know what they are going to find by getting there first.

Exterior Home Inspection

  • roof inspection (roof coverings, exterior chimney chase and cap inspection, flashings, valleys, drip edge, skylights, vents, plumbing vents)
  • siding, trim, paint,and caulk inspection, exterior window and entrance door inspection, service/electrical entry, and any attachments
  • landscaping inspection, drainage inspections, grading inspections
  • gutter & downspout inspection, soffit & fascia systems
  • driveway inspection, patio and decks inspection, porch inspection, service sidewalks

Interior Home Inspection

  • HVAC system inspection (ductwork, furnace, air filtration parts, air conditioner and components, CO detection)
  • Plumbing system inspection (water heater, baths and showers, fixtures, hose bibs, toilets, sinks, waste pipes, water supply lines, water main entry)
  • Electrical systems inspection
  • Interior (wall, floor, ceiling inspection, interior window inspection, smoke detector, CO detector, stairs, attic structure and ventilation, cabinets, countertops, and built in appliances)
  • Basement & Crawlspace (foundation, floor joists, beams, posts, structure, subfloor, drainage, sump pit and pumps)
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