Every Property Inspection is Different
At Aspire Property Inspection, we have experience with everything from condos to large luxury homes and everything in between. From various foundation systems to differences in the type of HVAC equipment installed, homes can come in a wide variety of styles.
Typically a property inspection will include the following:
Foundation & Grading
Rain gutters and downspouts
Exterior brick, stucco, or siding
Electrical panel, light switches, and power outlets
Thermostats and heating, cooling, and ventilation (HVAC) system
Plumbing fixtures, faucets, and water heater
Walls, ceilings, and floors
Doors and windows
Stairs, steps, and railings
Porches and balconies
Walkways and driveways
Basement and/or Crawlspace
Garage (if attached)
New Construction Inspection – 3 Phases
Some of the items in the home can not be seen once the drywall is installed:
Rough-in electrical and plumbing
Potential Moisture Damage
Getting a property inspection prior to closing can prevent living through major warranty repairs.
Opening dryall to access defects within the walls of the home
Get your home inspected for warranty-related issues before time runs out. Some sellers discover issues wth their home when they decide to move. In these instances the warranty has typically expired.