You know the saying – haters gonna hate, home inspectors gonna inspect.
But what do they inspect? Let’s break it down.
What Does a Home Inspector Do?
A complete home inspection comes with a complete overview of property functions. This ranges from the roof to the foundation, and everything in-between.
Our inspectors will get into every nook and cranny, making sure you get a full report on every aspect of your property.
What’s included in a full home inspection:
Insulation and ventilation. We check for rodent damage, mold, water damage from a leaky roof, the condition of the insulation, and the condition of the roof from the bottom.
BASEMENT & FOUNDATION
If there is no basement, we go into the crawlspace to investigate the condition of the foundation.
Learn about the three levels of chimney inspection as laid out by the National Fire Protection Association.
The deck is for relaxing. Make sure you can relax about your deck’s condition.
DRAINAGE & GRADING
We check to see if you need to do some land grading near your house’s foundation to correct drainage issues.
We check the service drop, mast, meter & base, grounding, outlets and more.
Walkways, exterior doors, eaves, soffits, fascia and more.
We make sure your hub for home repair is in good repair.
HEATING & COOLING
All major heating and cooling systems to make sure you get them in working order.
Built-in appliances, doors, windows, flooring and more.
Sinks, tubs, faucets, shut-off valves and more.
We inspect roof coverings, structure, gutters, downspouts, leaks and more.
Additional services a home inspector offers:
Mold, Water, Asbestos & Lead tests available.
We can perform a variety of tests which will communicate what is involved in reducing damage to homes.
The sewer line has many variables that are unseen (was it installed correctly, was it repaired, are roots an issue, has someone flushed an object down it, is there a partial break, is there a low spot in the line due to settling, are the fittings the proper ones for flow, is the house tied into sewer and to a septic system) These are all potential issues that would be unable to determine without a proper sewer scope or evidence of a backed up sewer line.
→ Read Now: Why Get A Sewer Scope Inspection?
Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced, non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to reveal things which can’t be seen by the naked eye.
We perform thermal imaging on all home inspections.
Titan Home Inspections
If you’re looking for a fun and efficient home inspection with inspectors who care about your specific needs, give us a call. We know that every house has a story and when your inspector can identify the clues to the story through experience and a healthy curiosity, you can help the owners/buyers make better decisions with their home.
If you or anyone you know needs a fun and experienced home inspector that can do sewer scopes as well, give us a call. We offer as low as $300 Flat Rate inspections and to date have earner over 2,000 5 STAR ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Reviews.
Give us a call at 206-451-1120 or feel free to schedule directly on our website.
If you can’t find a spot that works for you, give us a call and we’ll try to find a way to fit you in. 😉
Brian Dodds is licensed home inspector & owner of Titan Inspection Services with over 20 years’ experience in construction trade building and house renovation. Titan Inspection services is based in Washington state and serves Seattle, Olympia, North Bend, Kitsnap County and everything in between.