A well trained Home Inspector will perform your inspection and will prepare your Home Inspection Report with easy-to-read details. Information on what was found, why it is an issue, and a means of fixing the problem are included. Report also documents the process followed on inspection day. The Home Inspection Report is normally delivered at the end of the inspection. Questions are answered as components are inspected and as desired by the client.
What Does a Typical Home Inspection Cover?
- External conditions & surfaces
- Chimneys an roof penetrations
- Roof, attic, insulation & ventilation
- Plumbing & electrical systems
- Appliances; kitchen and laundry
- Kitchens and bathrooms
- Heating & cooling systems
- Foundations, slabs & floors
- Walls, ceilings, doors, windows and floors
- Garage & driveway
- Common safety devices
- Fireplaces and stoves
- Decks, patios, porches and balconies
- Additional services and issues can be discussed with your inspector.
Additional services are only performed as needed and priced separately. Reports are provided ASAP via email.
- Wood Destroying Insect Inspection
- Water Quality Testing
- Radon in Air Testing
Many health and safety issues are under the purview of the EPA and the CT Department of Public Health. EPA guidance on mold, lead paint and radon will be provided with your Home Inspection Report. The Home Inspector can discuss these issues, asbestos and other health impacting building materials with referrals to responsible organizations.