Posted on Mar 24, 2019

A-Pro Home Inspection Albuquerque Metro

WHAT SHOULD A HOME INSPECTOR INSPECT? The home inspector should describe all systems and visually inspect each system and component to make sure it’s functioning correctly at the time of inspection.
FOUNDATION: The foundation is the most critical element of a house as it carries the load of all other systems and components.
STRUCTURE: A home’s fixed structures of wood, brick, or other material should be airtight to shield weather and others elements from penetrating the interior as well as hold up to gravity and movement of the earth.
ROOFING: A roof should protect a home from moisture intrusion caused by rain, snow and inclement weather.
EXTERIOR: The home inspector should inspect all walkways, patios, decks, balconies, driveways, siding, porches, steps, windows, and doors.
FIREPLACES: The home inspector should inspect the fireplace(s) is properly installed and maintained.
ELECTRICAL: The home inspector should check to make sure the electrical system is safe.
HEATING: The inspector should inspect all of the home’s heating system(s), venting system, flues, and chimneys.
AIR CONDITIONING: The home inspector should inspect the home cooling system(s), and inspect the central and through-wall system equipment.
PLUMBING: The home inspector should inspect the home’s water supply and drainage systems, and fuel storage systems.

Above is just an abbreviated version of over 1,800 systems, and components we at A-Pro Inspect.
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