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Roof inspections are inspections that determine the integrity of a roof, how long it may last, and when it will need to be replaced.  Also point out any defects noticed to the roof at the time of the inspection.

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The inspector will identify the kind of wiring the home has, test the outlets and make sure there are functional ground fault circuit interrupters (which can protect you from electrocution, electric shock, and electrical burns) installed in areas like the bathrooms, kitchen, garage and outdoors. We will also check your electrical panel for any safety issues and check your electrical outlets to make sure they do not present a fire hazard.

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The home inspector will check all faucets and showers, look for visible leaks and test the water pressure. The inspector will also identify the location of the home's main water shutoff valve.

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The inspector will complete a full inspection of the outside of the structure. 

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The inspector will look at your HVAC system to estimate the age of the furnace and air conditioner, determine if they function properly and recommend repairs or maintenance. 

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 A crawlspace inspection is an inspection that will include climbing into any crawlspaces under the home to check the structure and foundation for any defects.

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A deck inspections involves inspecting the structure and integrity of the support posts. We look for presence of rot in all the deck component.

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The inspector will test the garage door for proper opening and closing, check the garage framing if it is visible and determine if the garage is properly ventilated (to prevent accidental carbon monoxide poisoning). If the water heater is in the garage, the inspector will make sure it is installed high enough off the ground to minimize the risk of explosion from gasoline fumes mingling with the heater's flame.