A home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of the property, designed to identify areas of concern within specific systems or components defined by the signed agreements and InterNACHI Standards of Practice, that are both observed and deemed material by the inspector at the exact date and time of inspection. Any and all recommendations for repair, replacement, evaluation, and maintenance issues found, should be evaluated by the appropriate trades contractors within the clients inspection contingency window or prior to closing, which is contract applicable, in order to obtain proper dollar amount estimates on the cost of said repairs. Specialized evaluations by the appropriate trades contractors may reveal additional issues that are not able to be identified from a purely visual inspection of the property.
This inspection does not include evaluation of private water supply equipment (well pumps, flow tests, etc), sprinkler/irrigation systems, hot tubs, pools, generators, or other systems not covered under the Standards of Practice as established by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. Additionally, a home inspection does not include a pest inspection. You are encouraged to seek these evaluations by the relevant contractors prior to the conclusion of your inspection response period.
This inspection will not reveal every concern or issue that exists, but only those material defects that were observable on the day of the inspection. This inspection is intended to assist in an evaluation of the overall condition of the dwelling only. A home inspection is not a code inspection. We recommend that you check with your local building department for any closed, voided, failed or non-permitted work prior to closing on the home. This inspection report is not a prediction of future conditions and property conditions are subject to change at any time.