Brian and Steven do all of the inspections together, so with all inspections you get 4 eyes and 2 trained licensed inspectors.
Residential & Commercial Property Inspection
- roof, vents, flashings, trim
- gutters and downspouts
- skylights, chimneys and other roof penetrations
- decks, stoops, porches, walkways and railings
- eaves, soffits and fascia
- grading and drainage
- basements, foundations and crawlspaces
- water penetration and foundation movement
- heating systems and cooling systems
- main water shut-off valves
- water heating systems
- interior plumbing fixtures and faucets
- drainage sump pumps with accessible floats
- electrical service line and meter box
- main disconnect and service amperage
- electrical panels, breakers and fuses
- grounding and bonding
- GFCIs and AFCIs
- fireplace damper and hearth
- insulation and ventilation
- garage doors, safety sensors and openers
- and much more
Do I Really Need My Garage Inspected?
*Keep in mind that the sq footage of a garage is always added to the sq footage of the habitable areas of the home.
- The garage is the best place to inspect the foundation, as it is mostly well covered with carpet and tile elsewhere.
- The water heater is often located here, and needs to be inspected.
- Most fires begin in the garage and the wall and door to the house must be fire-rated.
- The door to the garage must be automatic-closing with a latch.
- Garage anti-suicide vents must be inspected.
- Safety reverses on automatic garage doors must be looked.