What We Inspect
Systems & Elements of the Home
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A home’s electrical system includes incoming power lines, an electric meter, a service panel, subpanels, household wiring, electrical boxes, receptacles (outlets), switches, and, of course, the appliances, lights, and equipment that put the power to work.
We conduct a visual inspection of the service entrance from masthead and meter box to main panel, sub panels, branch wiring, junction boxes, receptacles, switches and fixtures.
The structure of a home is its skeleton. Including the foundation and footings, the roof, and the frame-work (floor, wall and ceiling structures).
A roof is the top covering of a building, including all materials and constructions necessary to support it on the walls of the building or on uprights, providing protection against rain, snow, sunlight, extremes of temperature, and wind. A roof is part of the building envelope.
Inspecting the roof for condition of the covering, relationship to structure, water penetration, chimney, flashing and drainage.
Your home's exterior parts: the siding, windows, roofing, exterior doors, gutters, and patio work together as a system to keep you and your family safe, secure, and dry. Treating them as a connected system enables Home Exterior Systems to deliver maximum value and protection for your family and your investment.
Siding, trim, door/windows, attached structures, driveways, service walkways, and patios, grading, garage
Inspecting every space in the living area including all rooms, closets, foyers, kitchens, hallways and stairways
Walls, ceilings, floors, interior stairways, balconies, counters, cabinets, doors/windows, fireplaces, built-in appliances
A heating system is a mechanism for maintaining temperatures at an acceptable level; by using thermal energy within a home, office, or other dwelling. Heating systems are often part of an HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) system. A heating system may be a central heating system or distributed.
Heating equipment, operating and safety controls, combustion air venting, combustion product disposal, heat distribution, heat source per room
The plumbing system in your home is composed of two separate subsystems. One subsystem brings freshwater in, and the other takes wastewater out.
Visually inspection exposed supply and waste distribution piping, fixtures and water heating source.
Water shut off, supply piping, drainage piping, venting, water heaters, fixtures, tubs/showers, traps, etc