The 11-month warranty inspection is an inspection just before the builder's warranty expires. In some cases, the warranty might extend until 2 years. This inspection is critical to finding defects in the home that might have happened during the home ownership process or were not found before.
This inspection checks for proper functionality of all major systems and components of the house,
It's a full inspection for the seller to better understand the condition of their home prior to the buyer's inspection.
Construction defect is a broad term that is generally defined as a defect in the design, materials, workmanship that can affect mechanical systems, building components and structural integrity. It can sometimes take months or years after a construction project is completed for defects to surface.
THIS IS AN INSPECTION TO MAKE YOU AWARE OF SUCH SITUATION.
A commercial inspection relies on a walk-through survey, document review, and interviews with key personnel to determine the property's condition. A commercial inspection report, with photos of findings, is generated describing building systems and conditions.
The Buyer's Inspection Advisory (BIA) is a disclosure that is included with the Residential Purchase Agreement (RPA) when you make an offer on a home. Simply put, it is advising the buyer to have a professional inspect the property. Disclosures are designed to inform and protect the parties entering into an agreement.
This inspection provides services to identify and correct potential mold infestation in a house or building. This course will provide you with a fundamental knowledge about fungi and the potential health risks of toxigenic mold.
A complete inspection includes a visual examination of the building from top to bottom. The inspector evaluates and reports the condition of the structure, roof, foundation, drainage, plumbing, heating system, central air-conditioning system, visible insulation, walls, windows, and doors.
A Roof Certification is, loosely, a written opinion issued by a Licensed Roofing Contractor to certify that a roof is free of defects and should perform as designed for a certain period of time. The Roof Certification period is usually for 1 or 2 years and can be up to as many as 5 years.
Lead inspections and lead risk assessments are useful first steps, which can lead to more thoughtful decisions on managing lead-based paint and lead hazards. Lead abatement is an activity designed to permanently eliminate lead-based paint hazards.
This inspection applies the rate of flow to every faucet in the household as well as the outside water hose bibs against CA standards to see is the home is in compliance.