General Home Inspection
Each General Home Inspection performed by Integrity Property Inspections LLC. adheres to the strict Standards of Practice outlined by InterNACHI. We use a moisture meter during all of our home inspections to detect levels of moisture in your home’s floors and walls. Our General Home inspection includes all of the following areas of the home, as long as they are visible and safely accessible to the inspector:
- Foundation, crawlspace, basement
- Roof, chimney, guttering
- Exterior, siding, trim, doors, windows
- Interior, ceiling, walls, floors
- Electrical panels and devices
- Plumbing systems and fixtures
- Heating and cooling systems
- Fixed appliances
Re-Inspections offer peace of mind to homebuyers and owners that all of the defects and damages in the home have been repaired. This inspection can be performed as a follow-up to the General Home Inspection after the project list has been addressed.
Home Maintenance Inspection
We recommend that our clients schedule annual Home Maintenance Inspections to ensure that issues in the home never go unnoticed. By having the home inspected every year, homeowners find that their small and manageable maintenance issues don’t grow into overwhelming and expensive repairs.
Pre-Listing Home Inspection
Sellers who schedule a Pre-Listing Home Inspection often find that they have an easier time moving their home once it’s on the market. These inspections are similar to the General Home Inspection and are performed before a home is listed for sale, giving the seller time to repair any damages before potential buyers see the home.
New Construction Inspection
New Construction Inspections are a great tool for builders who want an outsider’s perspective before the final construction walkthrough. We will inspect the home for any unnoticed defects in construction and ensure that the new home is safe and up to all industry standards.
New Construction Phase Inspection
Builders also have the option of having the home inspected after each phase in a home’s construction. This step-by-step inspection allows the builder to know that every component of the home is free from defect before moving on to the next one.
11th Month Inspection
Many homes are put under a one year warranty after construction is complete. This warranty protects the new homeowners from being financially responsible for any defects in construction. Having the home inspected during the 11th month of the warranty gives the owner time to have covered damages and defects repaired.
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