SELLER'S INSPECTION

When someone presents you with a contract to buy your home, they will conduct an inspection.  You may as well know what they are going to find by doing one yourself first.  Having an inspection prior to listing helps in many ways.  We will point out repairs needed before listing your property.  Safety concerns are very important to potential buyers.  By inspecting first, you have the opportunity to eliminate these issues before a potential buyer steps foot in your home.  You may choose either an official report or a "to-do" list at the close of your inspection.

STRUCTURAL:
Foundation
Grading and drainage
Roof covering
Roof structure and attic
Walls: interior and exterior
Ceiling & floors
Doors
Windows
Fireplace and chimney
Porches, Decks & Carports

PLUMBING:

Water supply and fixtures

Drains, Wastes and Vents

Water heating equipment

Hydro-therapy equipment

HEATING, VENTALATION & A/C

Heating equipment

Cooling equipment

Ducts & vents

APPLIANCES:

Dishwasher

Food waste disposal

Range hood

Range/oven/cooktop

Microwave (built-in)

Exhaust fans & Bath heaters

Garage door operators

Dryer vents

ELECTRICAL:

Service entrance and panels

Branch circuits, connected devices & fixtures

Doorbell chimes

Smoke detectors

Carbon monoxide detector

OPTIONAL SYSTEMS:

These systems are inspected at an additional charge and not part of the general inspection.

Lawn sprinkler    

Swimming Pool/spa                     
Outdoor cooking equipment       
Natural or propane gas lines