Heritage Home Inspection LLC

Home inspections can help you buy or sell your home with confidence.

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Inspection Overview

About Home Inspections
Buying, selling, building or staying in the property you own, a property inspection just makes good sense! Understanding the condition of the systems and components of a building are critical when it comes to purchase, repair and maintenance decisions.

A home cannot fail an inspection. A professional home inspection gives you an independent, unbiased view of any problems and their solutions, so that you will have all the facts you need to make a sound, informed decision.

Upon completion, you will receive a formal written inspection report detailing the condition of each item inspected.

How Long Will It Take?

In most cases, the average inspection takes between 2 to 3 hours depending on the size, condition and age of the property. Ideally, you will accompany your inspector during the consultation, so that you will have visual reinforcement of your written report.

About the Report
Heritage Home Inspection is proud to provide one of the highest quality inspection reporting systems available. You will find the HomeGauge computer-generated property inspection report easy to read and the explanations very helpful. Your inspection report will be a valuable resource for years to come. See a sample report.

What Is Included in the Inspection?
We provide buyers, sellers, property owners, & agents with important information essential to evaluating a property’s condition. Through inspection, consultation & detailed reporting we review:

A thorough home inspection will include the following:

~ Roof (shingles, flashings, chimneys, vents, trim and gutters, drip edges, skylights, downspouts, and other visible roof-related items)

~ Plumbing and Fixtures
(water pressure, water distribution system, hose bibs, sinks and faucets, bath/showers and toilets, sanitary system, and other plumbing system components)

~ Heating and Cooling Systems (furnace, air cleaning parts, ductwork, electronic monoxide testing, electric gas-sniffer testing, air conditioner and lines, and other visible related HVAC components)

~ Basements, Crawl Spaces, and Foundation (insulation, ventilation, posts, vapor barriers, utility attachment, structural items, floors walls, and columns)

~ Environmental Issues
~ Decks and Porches
~ Fireplaces
~ Overall Structure

~ Attics (insulation, ventilation, rafters, joists and collar ties, trusses, wiring attachments, and other visible related items)

~ Interior (floors and ceilings, walls, stairs (if applicable) and banisters, finishes, sinks, cabinets, shelving, built-in appliances, smoke detectors and safety-related items, and other visible interior-related components)

~ Electrical Systems (service entry and clearances, service panel, switches and outlets, visible wiring and junction boxes, grounding system, and other related electrical components)

~ Exterior (siding materials, attachments, windows, doors, sashes and lintels, vents, entryways, and other visible exterior-related components)