What is a home inspection?
What is a Home Inspection?
A Home Inspection is intended to assist in evaluation of the overall condition of a building. The Inspection is based on observation of the visible and apparent condition of the building and its components on the date of Inspection. The results of this Home Inspection are not intended to make any representation regarding latent or concealed defects that may exist, and no warranty or guarantee is expressed or implied. If the person conducting your Home Inspection is not a licensed structural engineer or other professional whose license authorizes the rendering of an opinion as to the structural integrity of a building or its other component parts, you may be advised to seek a professional opinion as to any defects or concerns mentioned in the report.
No really - what is a home inspection?
All legalese aside, a Home Inspection is a limited visual noninvasive Inspection ending with a comprehensive report based on the experience and observations of the Inspector.
What do I get when the Inspection is over?
After the inspection is over, you will get a comprehensive report detailing all the components of the house. At Greenlight Home Inspections, we deliver an electronic report using Palm-Tech Software. The report includes photos and narrative descriptions. The report is guaranteed to be emailed within 48 hours – typically the next day.The report is a tool for the client, not only to determine the status of the house, but to familiarize themselves with the components of the house. In addition, there will be tips on house maintenance. If you have any questions, you may contact the Inspector in the future for information.