​What to Expect

We Inspect the home as a system. We generally start at the roof and end in the basement. All components of the home work together and a well trained home inspector knows what to look for.   We report on Major Defects, Safety concerns and we will give you a list of the maintenance concerns or issues.  Below is a list of areas of the home we inspect as part of a general building inspection

  • Roof Components
  • Exterior Components
  • Foundation
  • Attic
  • Bathrooms Components
  • Bedrooms
  • Kitchen Components
  • Heating Components
  • Plumbing Components (excludes sewer system)
  • Electrical System
  • Exposed Structural Components

From the Attic…

Certified Professional Inspector Kevin Boyan is our “Attic Ninja”

…To the Septic

  • We open the tank to inspect the tank condition, baffles, water levels and the levels of the waste.
  • ​​​We locate the distribution box  to determine the condition and determine if the effluent is flowing properly to all the lines.
  • ​If there is a pump station we uncover it and evaluate all its components,  we check the breaker and alarm located typically in the basement.
  • We dig at least one test pit in the field to determine soil condition, inspect for a bio mat, look for high water and life expectancy.
  • We load the system with water to determine if the system will function as designed under normal conditions.
  • We confirm that all the water fixtures drain to the septic tank.
  • ​We use the Easy Camera to view the lines.  And a locator to find the defects.

We adhere to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors Home Inspection Standards of Practice