Buyer’s Home Inspection
A home inspection is an objective visual examination for the physical structure and systems of a house from the foundation to the roof. It is intended to provide information so the buyer can make a more informed decision prior to closing. Curry Home Inspections follows the Standards of Practice set by International Associate of Certified Home Inspectors.
- Doors and windows
- Driveways and sidewalks
- Stairs and Handrails
- All living spaces
If you don’t like expensive surprises you may want to consider getting a Pre-Listing inspection. Getting your home ready to be put on the market involves a lot of work. If you know ahead of time of any potential problems it will save you stress of last-minute repairs. This inspection will give you a detailed report of readily accessible areas of your home. If there are any defects or safety issues you will be informed and can decide if you want to repair or replace.
A “4 point” is an insurance inspection that focuses on the 4 major components of the home: Roof, Plumbing, Electrical and HVAC (heat, ventilation and air conditioner). Insurance companies require this when you purchase a home or if the home is 30 years or older to obtain a new policy or continue and existing one.
A wind mitigation is an insurance inspection that could earn you discounts on your policy. There is a state-wide form that must be filled out that includes roofing material, roof to wall connections, roof geometry, special impact resistant window and doors and hurricane shutters.