What Do Home Inspectors Look For

measuring - what do home inspectors look forWhat do our home inspectors look for?

Do you intend to buy a home?

First, consult our Memphis home inspector.

We have home inspectors who primarily serve to authenticate the credibility and suitability of your home.

Our Memphis Homebuyer’s Inspection is aimed at ensuring you get a fair evaluation of the current condition of the home.

Our home inspectors look for and do the following:

1. Prepares A Report

Once our professional home inspectors go through the property, he or she then prepares a report for the client who is often potential buyers intent on getting the real estate.

The home inspection report describes the condition of the property at the particular time of the inspection while not guaranteeing the condition of the home in future nor its components.

2. Authenticates The True Condition Of The Home

During an inspection tour, the inspector from our company will go through a list of activities to authenticate the true condition of the home.

This will include checking electrical, structure, system, water heater, roof, basement, and heating system among others.

Our home inspectors also look at other aspects of a building such as improper building practices, items that require repair as well as general maintenance.

The inspector’s report includes safety installations such as fire exit and security features.

It is important to note that home inspection does not mean that all areas are covered; some defects may be overlooked only to be discovered later.

People tend to mistake home inspectors with property appraiser; however, the two have very different functions.

While our home inspectors seek to find out the condition of the home, an appraiser strives to figure out the property’s value.

Usually, the complete list of ideal home inspections are accessible from relevant authorities depending on the respective states.

Our home inspectors usually regulate either by municipalities or state authorities. There are also professional associations that help to regulate our home inspectors. As well as, provide networking, training, and educational opportunities.

In some countries a contract to buy a house includes a contingency to the effect that the contract is invalid. Until the buyer gets an opportunity to verify the condition of the property.

The basic requirement for one to qualify as a home inspector involves completion of an approved professional course. As well as, passing a necessary examination administered by the state’s licensing board.

Most states also demand inspectors to undergo periodic refresher courses which earn them credit points to renew their practice licenses.

3. Pre-delivery Home Inspection

We usually offer various home inspection types depending on the state and customer’s demands.

Our inspectors apply the pre-delivery home inspection to newly built homes.

In the world of real estate, it means that the buyer requires inspection of the home before they finally decide to settle the deal.

Other home inspections carried by our inspectors include structural inspection. Which verifies the capability of the foundation and other supporting elements of a home.

Our inspectors also do plumbing inspection which involves visual observation and overall plumbing system. Which includes fixtures, access pipes and defects noted at the time of the inspection. Our inspectors offer the best services ever don’t delay to go them.

Don’t Get STUCK With A Bunch Of Unpleasant Surprises Once You Move Into The Home!

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In-House Home Inspections

In-House Inspections LLC has been providing Home Inspections, Buyers Inspections, Sellers Inspections, Warranty Inspections and Termite Inspections to homebuyers and home sellers in the following areas of Memphis, Shelby, Tipton, Fayette Counties in West Tennessee and Desoto, Marshall and Tate Counties in North Mississippi and the surrounding areas since 2006.