WHAT WILL THE INSPECTION COVER?

The scope of the inspection covers those items that are specifically requested by the sales contract property condition addendum, but is not limited to those items:

Inspection of Structural Systems:

House Foundation, Grading and Drainage

Roof Covering, Structure & Attic

Walls, Ceilings and Floors

Doors & Windows

Fireplace/Chimney

Porches, Decks and Carports

 

Inspection of Electrical Systems:

Service Entrance and Panels

Branch Circuits-Connected Devices and Fixtures

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC Systems)

Heating Equipment

Cooling Equipment

Ducts and Vents

 

Inspection of Plumbing System:

Water Supply System & Fixtures

Drains, Wastes, Vents

Water Heating Equipment

Hydro-Therapy Equipment

 

Inspection of Appliances:

Dishwasher

Food Waste Disposer

Range Hood

Ranges/Ovens/Cook tops

Microwave Cooking Equipment

Trash Compactor

Bathroom Exhaust Fans and/or Heaters

Whole House Vacuum Systems

Garage Door Operators

Door Bell & Chime

Dryer Vents

Other Built-In Appliances

 

Inspection of Optional Systems:

Lawn Sprinkler

Swimming Pools & Equipment

Outbuildings

Outdoor Cooking Equipment

Gas Lines

Fire Protection Equipment (smoke detectors)

 

For a more comprehensive list of our Standards of Practice (or SOPs), you can go to the website of TREC: http://info.sos.state.tx.us/pls/pub/readtac$ext.ViewTAC?tac_view=5&ti=22&pt=23&ch=535&sch=R&rl=Y

Product, equipment & appliance safety recalls are not part of a normal home inspection. More specific recall information can be obtained at www.cpsc.gov/index.html .

 

 

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