A full home inspection is usually done when a buyer is looking to purchase a home from a seller.
This is our core service, and we work with people who are looking to purchase a new home for their family as well as investors looking to invest in a property.
The full home inspection is needed because it can expose issues with the home that is otherwise unknown to both the buyer and seller, protecting the buyer from unexpected issues after the transaction is complete.
Here’s what is included with a full home inspection:
These are all of the components included with a full inspection.
In some cases you may not need a full inspection, and instead you’ll want to get a partial inspection, which focuses on singular components.
For new construction homes, the phase inspection is the standard method of quality assurance. This is because a new build goes through phases where the foundation is laid, the framework is set up, and the interior is finalized.
Additionally, there are ancillary services that can give you some further insight on what’s going on with your home, such as:
- Termite inspection
- Sewer Scope
- Pool Inspection
- Well Inspection
- Septic Inspection
If you need some additional information, feel free to contact us so we can help you identify what type of inspection you need for your particular scenario.
You can find out more information about us and what we do as Houston’s home inspection company on our homepage!