A home inspection is a visual examination of a homes major systems which includes the roofing, exterior, structure, electrical, heating, cooling, insulation, plumbing, and interior. A home inspection is most often conducted for the purchaser or seller during a real estate transaction to inform them of the present condition of the home that they are buying or selling. The home inspector will consult with the client during the inspection with regards to potential issues and there required solutions. All of the home inspectors findings will be documented in a detailed report which will be emailed to the client within 24hrs of the inspection.
Septic System Inspection
A septic system inspection is an examination of the septic system components to determine their age, location, present condition, and functionality. A septic system inspection is often done in conjunction with a home inspection during a real estate transaction but can also be done if a homeowner is experiencing problems with their septic system and needs to determine the cause of the issue. The inspector will provide the client with a detailed report within 24hrs of the inspection.
WETT (Wood Energy Technology Transfer) Inspection
A WETT inspection is an inspection of a wood burning appliance including open fireplaces, factory-built fireplaces, wood burning inserts, wood stoves, and other wood burning appliances. This is often preformed at the time of a home inspection during a real estate transaction or may be a requirement for homeowners insurance.