Things Our Inspectors Find
Almost no home is going to be perfect (even new or recently built construction). Our inspectors will usually discover some issues with your home needing attention or that the buyer and seller should be aware of. Usually, these issues are easily resolved and can be worked out between a buyer and seller.
The All-Pro team are not just home inspectors. We’re also educators. Our goal is to inform and educate our customers on the condition of their existing or future home with a thorough inspection and detailed reporting process. Peace of mind comes from being armed with the knowledge you need to make an informed decision. All-Pro Home Inspections delivers peace of mind.
Below are just some of the issues our inspectors may find during an inspection.
Safety tip: Never store flammable liquids or materials in your garage or basement or anywhere near your gas hot water heater
Never pass up the opportunity to do an inspection on your new construction home. Don’t rely on only the ‘builder walk-through’ inspection. Just because it’s new construction, doesn’t mean there can’t be issues
Ever wondered why some rooms in your home are colder or hotter than other rooms in your home? Your crawlspace could tell you why. It could be that your ductwork is disconnected and all that cool or warm air is being released into your crawspace instead of going into your home
Even if the vent boot on the roof looks new, there can be issues. On this particular inspection, we find a fairly new vent boot that doesn’t fit, thereby allowing water to leak down into the attic.
Home inspection for New Construction home necessary? TJ Thorne of Howdy Home Inspections explains why new homes need to be inspected, just like old homes.
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Photos and descriptions from recent inspections in the area
Deteriorated Floor Joists
Double Tapped Breakers in Electrical Panel
Improper Sub Floor Supports
Crumbling Foundation in Crawlspace