There’s nothing standard about a True Check Home Inspection. Having experience, knowledge and technology our focus is on attention to detail. True Check has created a customized check list that exceeds industry standards yet is still faithful to the Standards of Practice established by InterNachi. In addition, we now incorporate Thermal Imaging into our standard inspection. This more accurately detects hidden problems that otherwise would be overlooked. Our major objective is to look out for you, and what’s in your best interest. Your home inspection covers over 250 inspection points and the major areas listed below:
- Electrical System
- Plumbing System
- HVAC System
- Built-In Appliances
- Ceilings, Floors & Walls
- Structural Components
- Attic, Ventilation & Insulation
- Exterior Cladding
- Porch & Deck
- Attached Garage
You Should Attend Your Home Inspection
We urge clients to attend the inspection if possible. At True Check, Safety always comes first. With that in mind, we will get on the roof and walk the full span. We’ll turn the gas on to a fireplace to see if it’s functioning properly; We’ll remove the access panel to a crawlspace and climb in to inspect thoroughly. In fact, if we see damage is occurring and it can be stopped easily, we’ll even make minor repairs to components and document it.
Once the on-site inspection is complete, we compile all the information and complete your comprehensive report. The first section is the summary page that will indicate any important safety/hazard concerns including any defects that will require further inspection and possible repair from a licensed service professional. Included as well, are concerns such as, the life span of systems and components which we consider necessary to the overall integrity of the home.
The report, though detailed, is easy to read and will include photos which feature descriptions of safety concerns and marginal or defective issues that we’ve found.
Reports in 24-Hours
The complete report will be sent to you within 24 hours. Our job is not complete until you have an understanding of everything in the report.