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Residential Home Inspection

Features:

  • Professional Digital Report with Photos and Summary Page
  • On-Site Consultation
  • Same Day Report Delivery

A home inspector is your first tool when it comes to making important decisions about a home investment.  Whether you are buying or selling, a professional home inspection will provide you with critical and timely information that you can use.  When you’re ready to buy, you want to know that the home you are considering is a safe and sound investment.  You want to avoid any unwelcomed and costly surprises.  When you are selling your home, you will need to make full disclosure of any and all known deficiencies.  You’ll want to know what, if any, repairs to make so you can market your home most effectively.  Whichever side of the “For Sale” sign you’re on, a quality home inspection is must have.

With CheckMARK Home Services you will have a licensed and insured home inspector conduct all of your inspection needs, promptly and professionally.  All major systems of the home are included in our home inspection. Our home inspection service includes a visual inspection of the structural elements and systems which are accessible. 

Once your inspection is complete you will have the opportunity to walk through the property with your inspector and talk through the findings.  You will receive your detailed inspection report the same day.  Your report will cover all of my findings and concerns using both pictures and detailed descriptions.  In addition, I will let you know if it is a safety issue, major defect or a simple maintenance repair.

These areas typically include:

  • Roof
  • Exterior
  • Basement, Foundation, Crawlspace & Structure
  • Attic, Insulation & Ventilation
  • Heating and Cooling Systems
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Fireplace
  • Doors, Windows & Interior
Standard Home Inspection

Wind Mitigation Assessments

This limited scope service documents wind-related construction features, utilizing special state form OIR-B1-1802, and may result in significant savings by reducing the windstorm portion of the homeowner’s insurance premium. Many existing homes may qualify for discounts without making any changes!

  • Documents wind-related construction features
  • Determines opportunities for insurance premium savings if adding wind resistive construction features

4-Point Insurance Inspection

This limited scope evaluation documents the age and general condition of the roof, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems for your insurance company, so you can obtain insurance coverage for the home. It is not intended to replace a comprehensive home inspection.

  • Evaluates roof, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems
  • Determines age and general condition

Roof Insurance Inspections

This limited scope evaluation documents the age and general condition of the roof, for your insurance company, so you can obtain insurance coverage for the home. It is not intended to replace a comprehensive home inspection.

  • Evaluates property’s roof system
  • Determines age and general condition

Pool Inspections

A residential pool inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a pool which is designed to identify defects within its systems and components that are both observed and deemed material.  The common components of a pool inspection include:

  • Plumbing, valves and filtration system
  • Pumps and Motors
  • Electrical System and Lights
  • Heater or Solar Heating System
  • Any adjoining structure as it relates to the pool

Home Damage Inspection

I go through your property to assess and document any damage so that you are prepared to get estimates for repair or to make sure that an insurance settlement covers everything impacted. I utilize standard as well as infrared photography.

Insurance Settlement Assessment

I inspect your property and review the insurance company’s findings with you and then document any discrepancies or additional items that require remediation. You can use my report for your discussions with your insurance company.