Home Inspection Checklist

It is unlikely that any home will get a perfect score, but a professional home inspector can help identify both minor and major problems such as:

Soil: Soil standing water, uneven trails, very close to the house or branches that rely on it trees, fashioned fuse box

Structure: uneven floors, door frames and poorly framed windows, cracked foundations, outgoing sloughed

Exterior: earth contact coatings; Cracks in stucco; Arcuate coating, poor condition or missing; Peeling or blistering paint

Ceiling: damaged or missing shingles; Moldy roofs, rotten, poorly shaped, arched or patched; Clogged or dirty ventilation; Lack of rainfall; Clogged channels

Attic: not sealed electrical connectors, ventilation and insufficient or improperly installed insulation

Windows, doors and moldings: damaged panels, broken glass, door frames and windows cracked, poorly sealed joints, lack of shutters

Inside: Water damage or insects; Important cracks, stains, arched or spongy linoleum or wallpaper; Inadequate cooling, electrical, plumbing or heating systems; Electrical outlets or switches that do not work; Circuit breakers or shore-less outlets; Appliances that do not work; Rusty, leaky or outdated pipes; Low water pressure