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A home inspection is an objective, visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a house, including vital areas such as:
- Landscaping: If landscaping has any effects on the foundation.
- Siding, Trim, Exterior Windows & Storms: General condition of each item, making sure it meets the proper standards.
- Roof, Chimney, Flashing, Valleys: Evidence of water penetration, materials, condition.
- Attic: Visible roof sheathing, ventilation, insulation and framing.
- Driveways, Patios, Decks, Porches: General condition of each.
- Plumbing System: All visible fixtures, pipes and drains tested for operation.
- Electrical System: Outside entrance wiring, service panel and visible wiring inspected. Random testing of outlets.
- Heating System: Visible portion of heating plant and components.
- Gutters, Downspouts: General condition, effects of dampness in basement and evaluating ability to carry off rainwater.
- Basement: Foundation soundness and evidence of moisture penetration.
A home inspection is not an insurance policy, guarantee or warranty on the home, nor is it intended to identify concealed defects or is it able to predict the future or remaining life of components. It is used to evaluate possible defects and to inform and educate the homebuyer.
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