- With the help of home inspector, the prospective buyer will know the major repairs he/she needs to do in the house. And some pieces of advice on the maintenance of the house to keep it in good condition.
- If one already owns a house, an overall inspection will also help to identify some house problems and could suggest preventive measures to the owners to avoid major and costly repairs in the future.
- Also, if the homeowner decides to sell his/her house, a home inspector can help out. The home inspector will inform the homeowner about the needed repairs on the house so that it will have a better selling condition.
# STRUCTURAL INSPECTION
This inspection includes the foundation and supporting elements of the house. The home inspector will determine some indications that may result in recommending repairs in the house.
# PLUMBING INSPECTION
This inspection will include the checking of pipes, fixtures and components. The home inspector will note defects of materials at the time of inspection. In a typical plumbing inspection, there will be a report regarding the water supply, water flow, waste removal sewage system. It will also include the water heater and will be judged according to the heating performance and how safe it is to use. Basically, this type of inspection helps to reduce the risk of purchasing a house that has defective materials when it comes to water and plumbing condition of the house.
# HEATING VENTILATION and AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) INSPECTION
The home inspector will take a look on the heating and cooling system of the house. Basically, the inspection will give the prospective buyer an idea regarding the operation of the HVAC system of the chosen house.
A home inspection will help the buyers in determining the best house property that they can get and if it is worth their money.
About the author:
Candice Larson works full time for ad agency and writes blogs for PAAL Kit Homes occasionally. She likes to travel, cook, and joining volunteer acts.