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Residential and ​Commercial Building Inspections​

Residential and Commercial Standard Inspection 

The Standard Home Inspection: Includes an easy-to-understand written report with pictures and highlighting deficiencies. 

A residential Inspection is defined as the process by which a home inspector observes and provides a written report of the systems and components of a residential building including but not limited to: Heating System, Cooling System, Plumbing system, Electrical System, Structural Components - foundation, roof masonry structure, exterior, and interior components or any other related residential building component recommended by the Home Inspection Council and implemented by the Department of State through the regulatory process.

City Package

Includes The Standard Inspection.

  • Radon test
  • Wood destroying Insect Inspection

Country Package​

Includes The Standard Inspection:

  • Standard Inspection  
  • Radon test
  • Wood Destroying Insect Inspection
  • EPA/VA Water Panel Testing
  • Septic Load and Dye Test 

Protecting your new investment by making a sound selection of an Inspector.

Selec​ting an Inspector

Don't look for the cheapest Inspector. You may end up with a one-paragraph report.  Ask to see a sample report.

Look for an Inspector with a vast amount of Inspection knowledge.  A reporting style you can understand isn't worth purchasing.

A home is likely the biggest purchase you will make

Be sure to ask for references so you know the Inspector you choose will not overlook items so that the realtors can make a sale.

Understand maintenance costs before purchase

Some items may be at the end of their useful life.  Appliances, Heating, and cooling products, etc. may be working when you purchase the home but they may need replacing in the near future.   A thorough inspector will note these items. 

You will need to decide if you can afford to replace or maintain these items before the purchase. 

It may be possible to work these things out in the negotiation process. Don't be afraid to ask and negotiate.

Ensure that your home will be a safe place to live

A home inspector will check to be sure all the proper safety devices are present. 

An Inspector checks for safety railings, the proper spacings on the stair risers, baluster placements to help prevent accidents in your new home.

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