What to Expect
A High-Quality Inspection. Friendly Service. A Superior Report.
Your Home Inspection Includes the Following:
Siding, Trim, Windows, Doors, Decks, Balconies, Porches, Steps, Light Fixtures, Hose Bibs
Service Entry, Service Panels, Disconnects, Over-Current Protection, Wiring, Outlets, Lights
Insulation & Ventilation
Attics, Crawlspaces, Basements, Vapor Barriers, Dryer Vents, Bathroom Exhaust Vents
Surface Covering, Soffits, Fascia, Flashing, Gutters, Downspouts, Chimneys, Vent Stacks, Skylights
Water Heater, Supply Lines, Waste Disposal, Sinks, Showers, Toilets, Sump Pump, Gas Piping
Floors, Walls, Ceilings, Windows, Doors, Cabinets, Countertops, Appliances, Stairways, Fireplaces
Foundations, Basements, Crawlspaces, Attics, Floors, Walls, Ceilings, Attachments, Materials
Heating & Cooling
Furnaces, Boilers, Air Conditioners, Radiators, Ductwork, Thermostats, Chimneys & Flues
Land & Other Structures
Walkways, Patios, Driveways, Garages, Sheds, Fences, Pools, Irrigation, Site Grading, Vegetation
A Report That's Best In Class.
A high quality Inspection Report requires many hours of work after the inspection is over. A lot of inspectors dislike this academic "homework," but not us. Armed with his MBA from Columbia University and his BS from Duke University, your Best In Class Home Inspector thrives when it comes to drafting reports.
A Best In Class Inspection report is the inspector's own unique design. Since it was created by the inspector, it can be fully customized to each home inspected.
What to expect from your Best In Class Report:
The inspection report is your single most important negotiating tool if it turns out there is san issue with the house. A Best In Class Inspection Report will give you the negotiating power you need.