What is a home inspection?
A home inspection is a visual examination of the physical structures and systems of a home, from the roof to the foundation.
What does a home inspection include?
Vantage Point Inspections standard report is a typed document including the evaluation of the home, pictures, and needed repairs. The report covers the heating and A/C systems, plumbing, electrical systems, gas, most appliances, roof, attic, foundation, walls, windows, doors, and all visible structures.
Why do I need a home inspection?
A home inspection gives you a peace of mind when making a valuable decision. VPI can help identify potential deficiencies that may need updates, repairs, or replacements that will save you time and money as well as possibly prevent future hazards.
How long will the home inspection take?
The home inspection will take approximately two to four hours depending on size, age, and condition of the home.
Should I be present for the home inspection?
Yes, we recommend that you be present at the inspection. However, VPI will go over the entire report and walk through with you for the conclusion of the report. VPI will answer any questions that you may have then.
What if the report reveals problems?
No house is completely perfect. So with that in mind, if a problem is revealed in the inspection report that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t purchase the home. Furthermore, if major deficiencies are found during the inspection, the report will give you the power to negotiate and make decisions.