A home inspection is an assessment of the present condition of the home’s major systems based on a visual inspection of accessible features. As you enter into the homebuying or homeowning process you may hear real estate professionals refer to many different types and times where inspections are needed. It may leave first time homebuyers wondering what type of home inspections there are and when they might need a home inspection.
- Pre-Listing Inspections – This type of home inspection is typically requested by the seller prior to MLS listing in order to address issues which may come up on a buyer’s home inspection report.
- Annual Home Maintenance Inspections – This type of home inspection is typically requested by the homeowner/landlord intended to bring attention to potential issues with the dwelling.
- Septic System Inspections
- Commercial Property Inspections
- Multi-Unit Housing Inspections
- Wood-Destroying Pest/Insect Inspections – This type of inspection is typically offered along with home or commercial inspections.
- Pool & Spa Inspections – This is an assessment of the present condition of pool systems as a stand alone service or as part of a full inspection.
- New Home Inspections
- Builder’s Warranty Inspections – This is an assessment of the present condition of the home’s major systems that may be covered by your builder. A detailed inspection report may reveal items not performing their intended function.
- Home Energy Inspections (Energy Audits)
- Investment Property Inspections
If you or a friend or family member need a home inspection, we would be happy to help. Call, text or email Cornerstone Property Inspection.