We always get asked about tips and tricks for home inspections. One recent report with the National Association of Realtors (NAR) showed that nearly four out of every five homes sold in the United States are evaluated by a professional home inspector before they are sold. The NAR further reported that realtors recommend buyers get a home inspection nearly 99 percent of the time, and most buyers listed to their agent as they request a home inspection in 84 percent of all transactions.
While having a home inspection done isn’t mandatory it is definitely a good idea to know what you are getting into with the purchase of a home. Paying a nominal fee for a home inspection is much better than spending thousands of dollars down the road.
When a home inspector visits a property they thoroughly examine a variety of items, systems, and components to gather a comprehensive home inspection report. This report is filled with details on the roof, exterior, interior, plumbing, heating and cooling, electrical, windows, foundation, flooring, and insulation. Here are the standard terms found in a Sac Inspect Home Inspection Report…
Choose us for all of your inspection needs as Sac Inspect Field Services Division covers the following types of inspections:
Traditional Home Inspection, Residential Redeveloper Inspection, Residential Redeveloper Repair Estimate, Landlord Inspection, Probate Inspection, Fire Damage Inspection, Water Damage Inspection, Private Lender Inspection, FHA 203K Inspection, Pre-Listing Home Inspections, Construction Inspection: Remodeling Estimates, and Hard Money Lender Inspections.
As a home inspection company, here is what Sac Inspect inspectors look for when it comes to the roof on a property:
roof covering, gutters, downspouts, vents, skylights, flashing, chimney, various other roof penetrations, and the overall roof structure and attic.