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Home Inspection for


Areas cover during the inspection

Roof, Siding, Water heater, Cooling system, Heating system, Doors and windows, Foundation and floor structure, Ceilings, floors, and walls, Electrical system, Plumbing system, Built-in appliances, Walkways, driveways, and patios, Attic and crawlspace, Fireplace, Structural components, and more…  

We work for New York City, Orange County, Ulster County, Dutchess County, Rockland County....etc (any county near this area)

Country Style Home


The inspector will begin by examining the home's lot and grounds, including the driveway, sidewalks, and grading. They will also assess the exterior of the home, including the roof, gutters, windows, siding, and any decks or patios.

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During the interior inspection, the inspector assesses the condition of the walls and ceilings, looking for any signs of water damage or structural issues. They also evaluate doors, fireplaces, and built-in appliances.

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Structural Components

The main objective of a home inspection is to evaluate the structural components of the home, including the foundation, floor/slab, framing, and attic. The inspector will check for safety, integrity, and craftsmanship in all visible areas of these structures.

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Major Systems

The inspector will examine all accessible parts of the home's major systems, including heating, air conditioning, and plumbing. This includes a review of the furnace, air conditioning unit, ductwork, water heater, plumbing fixtures, and hot/cold water supply. The electrical system, including the service entrance and panel, circuits, and outlets, will also be inspected.

Termite Inspection

To thoroughly inspect the home, the inspector will need access to all parts of the house, including the garage, attic, and basement or crawl space. They will carefully inspect the kitchen and bathrooms, as well as baseboards, walls, windows, cabinets, and closets. The exterior of the home will also be examined, including the walls and foundation, for any damage or signs of termites. Lastly, the inspector will check the surrounding property and yard for evidence of termite activity.

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