The use of Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced, non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to show clients things about their home or building that can't be revealed using conventional inspection methods.
An infrared inspection can identify and document moisture intrusion, energy loss and unexpected hot or cold spots.
The objective of our Limited Visual Pool Inspection is to determine if the pool and related equipment may benefit from a more thorough inspection by a qualified pool specialist. The scope of our inspection includes a limited visual inspection of the pool electrical system, primary circulation system, pool barrier system, the pool interior surface and surrounding deck.
It’s best to have a licensed home inspector inspect a new home during the early phases of construction when more of the house is visible. But, if the house is almost complete when you decide to buy it, it’s still important to get a home inspection on a new home. The walk-through with the builder is not enough. You need a professional looking out for you. Here’s why you should get an inspection on a new home.
One of the biggest fears of most sellers is that when a buyer does get the home inspected, something will be discovered that kills the sale.
But as the seller, you don’t have to wait for the buyer’s inspection. You can have your own done and get ahead of any issues before listing the property for sale. By having an Inspect Your Nest Whole Home Inspection before hitting the market, you’ll find out the exact condition of your home and what repairs are needed to maximize your listing price.
These Standards of Practice provide guidelines for a real estate inspection and define certain terms relating to these inspections. Italicized words in these Standards are defined in Part IV, Glossary of Terms.
A real estate inspection is a survey and basic operation of the systems and components of a building which can be reached, entered, or viewed without difficulty, moving obstructions, or requiring any action which may result in damage to the property or personal injury to the Inspector.