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Whats Included in a Home Inspection?

Home Inspections Starting at $299

At AVES Home Inspections  we value experience, ability, and thoroughness. We believe a good inspector should examine certain components of the home and then produce a high quality report covering his or her findings. The typical inspection lasts two to three hours and the home buyer should be present for the inspection to get a firsthand explanation of the inspector's findings and, if necessary, ask questions. Also, any problems the inspector uncovers will make more sense if you see them in person instead of relying solely on the snapshot photos in the report.

A home inspection is an examination of the condition of a real estate property. A qualified home inspector assesses the condition of a property, including its Structural Systems, Electrical Systems, Heating Venting and AC Systems, Plumbing Systems, Appliances and other Optional Systems. 

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Structural

Systems

Visual inspection includes foundations, grading an drainage, roof covering materials, roof structures and attics, walls, ceilings and floors, doors, windows, stairways, fireplace and chimneys, porches, balconies, decks and carports.

ELECTRICAL 

SYSTEMS

Home inspector will visually assess the condition of the service entrance and panels, branch circuits, connected devices and fixtures in the home.

HVAC

Systems

Home inspector will visually assess the condition of heating equipment, cooling equipment, duct systems, chases and vents.

PLUMBING

Systems

Home inspector will visually assess the condition of plumbing supply, distribution systems and fixtures, drain, wastes, and vents, water heating equipment and hydro-massage therapy equipment.

APPLIANCES

Items inspected include dishwashers, food waste disposers, range hood and exhaust systems, ranges, cooktops, and ovens, microwave ovens, mechanical exhaust vents and bathroom heaters, garage door operators, and dryer exhaust systems.

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Complimentary We'll Buy Your Home Guarantee

At AVES Home Inspection we believe in taking our time and providing a thorough inspection for our clients. AVES Home Inspection PLLC is backed by InterNachi's Buy Your Home Back Guarantee. It's valid for home inspections performed for home buyers and home sellers by participating InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspectors only. The home must be listed for sale with a licensed real estate agent. The Guarantee excludes homes with material defects not present at the time of the inspection, or not required to be inspected, per InterNACHI's Residential Standards of Practice. The Guarantee will be honored for 90 days after closing. InterNACHI® will pay you whatever price you paid for the home. For complete details visit https://www.nachi.org/buy.htm.

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Complimentary Wood Destroying Organism Report

In an effort to provide the best possible service, a Wood Destroying Organism Inspection is included with the home inspection at no additional cost. If wood destroying organisms are observed, we will recommend that a state licensed pesticide applicator further evaluate the home for possible wood-destroying organism infestation and provide control if deemed necessary.

 

This report is not a substitute for a lender required termite inspection. If your lender requires a termite inspection, we can help arrange a termite inspection with a state licensed pesticide management professional in your area.

Complimentary Thermal Imaging

Minimum TREC standards require only a visual inspection of the deficiencies observed in a home. At AVES Home Inspection PLLC, all visual signs of moisture penetration or air loss will be further analyzed with a thermal imaging camera and moisture meter at no additional cost to the customer. This additional step helps the inspector support visual observations with concrete supporting evidence using advanced thermal imaging technology.

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Complimentary Foundation Elevation Plot

One of the biggest concern’s clients have regarding a home purchase is whether the foundation is supporting the building. Signs of a bad foundation include foundation cracks, wall or floor cracks, other types of fractures, foundation settling or sinking, foundation upheaval, doors that stick, doors that don’t open or close properly, gaps around window frames or exterior doors and sagging or uneven floors. If during the visual inspection there are significant signs of foundation damage, a foundation elevation plot using a zip level pro will be performed at no additional cost to the customer. The detailed measurements provide concrete evidence that help determine whether the foundation needs further evaluation by a structural engineer.