Our reports are delivered electronically via a link that will be emailed to you.
The report you will receive typically has about 25 to 50 pages. Don’t panic – it’s easy to read!
Between 400 and 500 items are inspected during the home inspection. As a homeowner, you will want to know information about every item that was inspected.
Each item inspected has a line item in the report with the status of that item. It will tell you whether it was found to be in working order, if it needs monitoring, if it needs repair, or if it needs further evaluation by a licensed repairman, etc.
If there is an issue with a particular item, we will typically include a picture. The picture further describes the issue and is very useful to all involved, especially a licensed repairman if needed.
At the beginning of the report, you’ll find an easy to read summary. Both North Carolina and South Carolina dictate what can and cannot go into the summary. That means, sometimes items that we as home inspectors would naturally and logically put in the summary and maybe some you would expect to be in the summary might not be there. So we encourage you to read the body of the report thoroughly and highlight issues that you feel may need addressing. Don’t just rely on the summary to tell you everything that may be important to you.
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We perform quality home inspections all throughout the Charlotte metro area in both North Carolina and South Carolina, including Waxhaw, Fort Mill, Ballantyne, Indian Trail, Matthews, Lancaster, Indian Land, Weddington, Stallings, Mint Hill, Harrisburg, Huntersville, Mooresville, University, Concord, Cornelius, Lake Norman, Davidson, Lake Wylie, Tega Cay, York, and Sun City Carolinas.
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