At Heartland Building Inspections, a home inspection is a thorough and systematic evaluation of a property’s condition and its operating systems. Our inspectors use the latest high-tech testing equipment, like moisture meter and electrical testers. It is a complete visible exam of the general integrity, functionality, and overall safety of a home and its various components. The purpose of this inspection process is to let you the buyer knows exactly what is being purchased, right up front during the first part of the escrow procedure.
Heartland Building and Home Inspection will observe more than 500 items of the property, and will make an evaluation on, but not limited to the following: Here are the key areas you can expect to be covered in a home inspection report:
Roofing System Including framing, Shingles, Flashing & Skylights
Insulation and ventilation including those in the attic and other unfinished spaces
Foundation / Crawlspace
Structural components including Exterior Features, i.e., Framing, Chimney, Decks, Stairs
Foundation Basement / Crawl Space
Plumbing, both interior and exterior Plumbing systems including pipes, drains, water heating equipment and sump pumps.
Heating / Air Conditioning
Electrical Systems both interior and exterior including service panels, breakers and fuses.
Interior Features, i.e., Fireplace, Doors, Walls, Ceilings, Windows, Floors, stairs and railings
Garage / Carport, i.e., Roof, Floor, Fire wall and Fire door
Kitchen, Built-in appliances, Cabinets, Counters
Grounds, i.e., Driveway, Walkways, Grading, Drainage, Patios, Fences
Experience: Our inspectors grew-up in the construction building industry.
Professional: Your inspection report is the most complete report recognized by realtors in this area. Easy to read inspection report.
Your report will have numerous color photos, making the report easy to understand. The reports can be up to 50 pages of information.
Client Attend: We encourage you to attend and participate in the inspection.