What is a Home Inspection
In essence, a home inspection is a snapshot of a house on the day of the inspection. It is a non-invasive, visual evaluation of the property's basic structure, the structure's foundation or basement, interior, exterior, roof, electrical, plumbing and heating and cooling systems. The purpose of an inspection is to detect major visible problems, defects or unsafe conditions.
A home inspection may be used to provide information for various purposes. There are pre-purchase inspections, new home construction and one-year walk-through inspections, pre-listing inspections and inspections for the purpose of litigation in construction defect cases.
Most often, a home inspection is used to assist a client in making a more informed purchasing decision. The inspector may also educate the buyer as to typical life expectancies, items to budget for replacement as well as how to take care of and maintain the property.
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We loved having Gary as our home inspector! We felt like he was very detail-oriented, thorough, professional, knowledgeable and had OUR interests in mind. Definitely recommend him... Home Owner - Arnold, MDRead more
Gary was excellent and thorough. I walked with him through the house and he explained and answered every question I had. And I had alot.... Home Owner - Gambrills, MDRead more
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This process of purchasing my first home has been a very stressful ordeal as you have witnessed. Your work in making yourself available for inspections at any... Eric P. Home OwnerRead more