Frequently Asked Questions
What Are Those Things to Be Inspected?
We carry out an all-round inspection of the entire home systems ranging from the structure, roof, exterior, interior, electrical, plumbing, as well as heating & air conditioning
Generally, a condo inspection is applied to only the inside of the house. The owner of a condominium is usually not answerable for exterior parts of the walls of the condominium. Common components like the attic, roof, and external surfaces are often the duty of the condo association. Please, establish contact with your condo association to obtain more information with regards to their certain policies.
The entirety of our inspections is in line with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors Standards of Practice.
What is the duration of an inspection?
The duration of the majority of inspections is between 2 and 4 hours, based on the size and condition of the property. Very big abodes, older homes, as well as abodes which have multiple HVAC systems usually require more time.
Is there anything I should be aware of Prior to the Inspection?
To complete an inspection in no time, please collaborate with your home seller or Realtor to make sure that all utilities are in an on position and all aspects of the property can be assessed for inspection. Please note that we will not be able to inspect certain heating & air conditioning systems under specific conditions of weather as doing so can spoil components.
What about while the Inspection is going on?
It is advisable for you to be present at the inspection so that you can take notes, as well as ask questions about any part of the house. We owe it a duty to ensure that you fully understand all the systems of the home, their conditions, plus any material deficiencies or recommended repairs.
When will a report be given to me?
You are going to get a digital copy of your report through e-mail not later than 24 hours after the completion of the inspection. The majority of reports are transmitted to the client shortly after the inspection. Your report is going to incorporate full-color photos to assist you in understanding any items or issues that require repair.
Each report incorporates a copy of our comprehensive guide on home maintenance. This user-friendly guide covers all the systems of your home, including structure, interior, exterior, roof, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC.
Is it essential to have a radon test?
Ionizing radiation produced by radon gas happens to be the second largest cause of cancer of the lung in the US. Radon testing plus remediation is capable of protecting you and your family from this hidden killer.
For detailed information about radon testing plus remediation, have a look at the EPA’s Citizen’s Guide to Radon.
We are Radon Professionals, Certified by AARST-NRPP, the nation’s number one professional radon certification body.
What can I do to guarantee safety for children in my home?
Your safety and that of your family remains our number one concern. The Safe Home Book offers very vital tips on providing a hazard-free abode for the entire family.
Energy Audit of Whole Home Performance
The Energy Audit Of A Whole Home Performance Is A Thorough Evaluation Of All The Comfort Systems Of Your Home.
Do You Want to Buy A New System of Comfort?
As explained in the Free Special Reports of the Comfort Institute coupled with the recommendation of EPA and DOE, which says before purchasing a new indoor system of comfort, you are expected to ask your cooling and heating contractor to undertake diagnostic testing as well as the calculations of computerized equipment sizing.
Do You Have Cold or Hot Spots?
A Comprehensive House Comfort Checkup is going to reveal the cause and the thing you can do to remedy it.
What If the Family Members Have Asthma or Allergies?
Your abode may be a contributory factor to your discomfort. A Comprehensive Checkup of House Comfort will reveal ways of making your home safer and healthier.
Is the Air Within Your House Too Humid or Too Dry?
Improper control of humidity can result in dry skin, static shocks, and nose bleeding in the winter while mildew, mold, and structural defects can occur during the summer. A Comprehensive Checkup of House Comfort is going to reveal ways of helping you regulate the humidity within your abode.
Are the Amounts You Pay for Utility Too High?
In the words of the Energy Department, the usual home wastes between 25% and 40% of energy through the use of the heat pump, air conditioner, or central furnace. Are you squandering 25% to 40% of each utility dollar? You should find out whether you are and way of stopping it!