During the inspection, the home inspector will perform a visual inspection of your property from the top to bottom, which includes the following.
Structural components including the foundation and framing of the house.
Exterior features including siding, soffit, porches balconies, walkways, railings and driveways.
Roof system including shingles, flashing and skylights.
Electrical system including service panels, breakers and fuses.
Plumbing systems including pipes, drains, water heating equipment and sump pumps.
Heating system including equipment and venting.
Cooling system including energy sources and distribution equipment.
Interior features including walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, stairs and railings.
Insulation and ventilation including those in the attic and other unfinished spaces.
Fireplace including the chimney and vents.
Home inspectors only perform a visual inspection and so they can only be liable to inspect what they can see and have access to. Inspectors should not be taking apart equipment, putting holes in your walls or digging up your yard. So underground pipes, septic systems and components sealed inside walls are off the table from the beginning.
A professional Triton Home Inspection is your best tool when it comes to making the most of your home purchase. Whether you are buying or selling, it is imperative that you have an objective professional inspection. This will provide you with important information that is so useful.
If you are buying, you will want to know that the home you are considering is safe and that it is sound. You want to avoid the unwelcome and costly surprises. If you are selling your home, you will want to make a full disclosure of any and all deficiencies. To sell your home most effectively, you will want to know what, if any, there are repairs to make. Whatever you are doing, buying or selling, a quality home inspection is essential.
It is strongly recommended that clients participate in the home inspection to understand firsthand the findings presented in the report and clarify all issues that are relevant. Once the home inspection is complete, you will receive a thorough and complete consultation which details the condition of each item that will be presented in the report.