What Is Involved With a Property Inspection?

Further to our previous blog. Structural components like framing and foundations will also be examined during a property inspection. What the rafters, joists, and foundations are like will be emphasized also. Plus, any doors and windows will be checked for rot and energy loss. Should there be a basement this too will be checked for any signs of dampness. All walls, ceilings, and floors will be checked for damage too. Heating and cooling systems present, in addition to electrical and plumbing, will be checked and evaluated.

A potential buyer must have a clear idea regarding the current condition of a property once the inspection has taken place. However, an inspection is not in any way classed as an appraisal. The inspector will never place a value on a property, and it should never be classed as a warranty either.

For more on what our services can offer you, call Rensch Property Inspection in Waterloo, NE today at (402) 630-8633.