- To provide the client with a detailed understanding of the building's condition, habitability, safety, and how one component of the building might affect the operability or lifespan of another.
- Unpleasant surprises of the unknown nature create significant stress, both mentally and monetarily to one's short term and long term plans. The building inspector can identify such unknown's and provide you with a better understanding prior to making a commitment to purchase/sell.
- To provide the Insurance Underwriter and or its clients a detailed report on possible risk's and hazards to the building(s) and/or its property.
- Provide the seller with a detailed report of concerns that should be addressed prior to placing their house up for sale.
- The building inspector shall provide a comprehensive visual and an unbiased report governed by industry standards.
- Accompanied by the client, the building inspector shall be readily available to answer all questions concerning the inspection.
- To complete a detailed visual inspection of the building and all of its systems as per industry standards.
- Provide to the client, a comprehensive and detailed report.
- Identify all components and systems that have been inspected, including methodology of inspection.
- Identify and list deficiencies of components that are not performing properly as well as items that are beyond their useful life and are unsafe. Identify areas that require repair as well as areas where there have been previous problems.
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