1. Roofing System
Inspect for water damage, loose shingles and flashing, missing tiles or shingles, skylights or chimneys in need of repair, and any other signs of damage.
2. Foundation and Structure
Check for cracks, foundation settlement, wall movement, and other signs of structural damage.
3. Electrical Systems
Look for exposed wiring, faulty outlets and switches, insufficiently grounded outlets, overloading of circuits, and other hazards.
4. Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) System
Inspect for safety and efficiency. Check for broken ducts, improper ventilation, and faulty or inefficient heating systems.
5. Plumbing System
Check for leaks, clogged or blocked drains and toilets, broken fixtures, and any other related issues.
6. Interior Components
Look for signs of moisture, mold, or mildew on walls and floors. Inspect interior components such as windows, doors, cabinets, and countertops.
7. Insulation and Ventilation in Attics/Crawl Spaces
Check for proper insulation and ventilation in attics and crawl spaces. Look for signs of pests, mold, or drainage problems.
8. Windows, Doors & Exterior Components
Check for signs of wear and tear, such as rotting frames, broken locks or latches, and damage to the exterior walls.
9. Floors, Walls & Ceilings
Inspect for warping, cracks, water damage, and other signs of wear and tear.
10. Septic Tank Inspection (If Applicable)
Have the septic tank inspected for potential problems. Check for any signs of leakage, improper functioning, or other damage.