No single home inspection is going to cover everything in your new home. There are a certain set of requirements to what a basic home inspection checks, and some types of inspections may require a specialist. Some items that usually are not included in a routine home inspection, and may require a specialized inspection, include: […]
In this episode of In the Field, Danny talks about Carbon Monoxide Detectors, where they should be located during installation, and testing plus what is checked during your home inspection.
Most home buyers are urged to keep all of the transaction documents from when they purchase a home until a few years after they sell sometime in the future. If and when you do eventually become a seller, you are not required to provide any documentation to the home inspector (who is most often hired […]
A home inspector will look at everything. Home inspectors have a 1,600-item checklist, according to the National Association of Home Inspectors and the average home inspection can take three to four hours – or even more if you have additional inspections, such as termite inspections, included. Here are just some of the areas checked during a home inspection: […]