Typical home inspection questions
What is a home inspector?
Any person licensed as “home inspector” pursuant to state rules and regulations, who practices as a home inspector and inspects the condition of a residential building on behalf of client for which the client is charged a fee.
Why have a home inspected?
The purpose of obtaining home inspection is to advise buyer of existing visual or functionally defective issues before the sale is completed. A detailed inspection by experienced professional who presents the facts as they exist should be goal of any home buyer.
What is inspected?
Home inspections cover specific areas of house and defined by the state’s standards of practice. It is a visual, functional, non-invasive inspection conducted without moving personal property, furniture, equipment, plants, soil, snow, ice or debris. Using mandatory equipment about the readily-accessible residential building elements, structural components, exterior components, roofing system, heating system, cooling system, plumbing system, electrical system, interior components, insulation components, and ventilation system, solid fuel burning devices.
What is purpose of an inspection?
Provide the client information regarding the condition of items required by the standards of practice that are readily accessible during the home inspection that substantially affects the value, habitability or safety of the dwelling or function system or component. This inspection does not include cosmetic, stylistic or aesthetic aspects of the structure or system or component.
Is home inspection a warranty?
Home inspections are not warranty or guarantee of the conditions in the home. It helps to inform the client of the conditions of home, but the inspection cannot eliminate, find or disclose all problems during a visual and functional inspection.
Is this a code inspection?
Home inspections are not code inspections, the inspector cannot quote code nor suggest items do not meet code compliance.
What are limitations of home inspection?
Consumers should understand limitations involve accessibility, this is visual inspection and inspector is not required to move personal property, dismantling, destructive measures or other action which will involve risk to person or property.
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