A home inspection is an objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a house from the roof to the foundation you are buying or selling, knowing the condition of the house guarantees a fair and smooth transaction, especially given today’s cost of real estate. The Inspection Frontline Property Inspections provides you with an unbiased evaluation of your property by a comprehensive visual examination of a home’s accessible elements and components. Our inspectors conduct their inspections in accordance with the (American Society of Home Inspectors) standards of practice. Scheduling We offer quick, flexible scheduling seven days a week. Arrangements to schedule your home inspection can be made via telephone or email. Your Participation We encourage you to attend the inspection and participate in the process. You will be able to observe our inspector and ask as you learn about the home’s condition, how its systems work and how to maintain it. A typical home inspection takes approximately two to three hours. The Report Our detailed reports are computer-generated using state-of-the-art software and you can expect the following: Clear/concise information about your home Valuable information to address any deficient areas Maintenance solutions Summary quick reference Digital photos (optional) Our reports will normally be available on the same day of the inspection and accessible by-mail, fax, online or delivery. We encourage potential clients to view our sample report. We also provide a home maintenance guide in your inspection binder. Our advice does not end with the inspection; you may call us any time after the inspection. We understand buying or marketing a property is one of the largest financial and emotional investments you can make.
The Inspection Details According to the ASHI standards of practice, a thorough home inspection will include an evaluation of the following:
Other areas of inspection are site-specific and you can rest assured the inspection will provide a thorough overview of the home’s condition. To view ASHI standards of practice detail, click this link: ASHI Standards of Practice