At Home Inspection Carolina, our goal is to provide you with exceptional service through every aspect of the process. All of your inspectors have the utmost integrity and are committed to protecting you and your investment. All of our inspectors are licensed and abide by the Standards of Practices for both NC and SC.
A standard inspection consists of a visual inspection of the different components of a home that we have listed below. Rest assured that if there is a visually detectable problem with these components at the time of the inspection, our inspectors are trained to find it.
All home inspections include a visual inspection of the roof of the home. Finding issues like cracked shingles, nail pops, damaged or missing flashing, and granular loss are our top priority. We want our clients to be able to make informed conclusions on the remaining life of their roof with the information we provide.
The structural part of a home inspection includes all visible and accessible parts of the homes structure inside and out. This consists of the attic, crawlspace, and interior/exterior walls, floors, and ceilings.
HVAC repairs can be costly; that’s why it’s essential to have a professional opinion on the state of a home’s heating and cooling systems before the closing of your home purchase. Our inspectors will perform a full visual inspection of all visible components to help you make an informed decision.
Electrical systems have gone through many changes over the years, increasing safety and efficiency. Many homes will retain their original electrical system long after crucial parts needed replacing, and many will have amateur repairs. Our inspectors know what to look for in any age home, and if there are visible issues, HIC will identify them.
Plumbing systems are standard home inspection. Your inspector will inspect all visible piping, checking for leaks, corrosion, and dezincification, which can lead to leaking and significate damage to your home.
The grounds around the house can cause significant damage to the foundation if not sloped and draining correctly. Trees planted to close to the home can create movement within the foundation by uplifting and cracking. Your inspector will inspect these areas to ensure proper drainage and alert you when trees are planted to close or other issues, which may cause damage to your foundation.
Whether you need an inspection for a real estate transaction, insurance claims, or you just need a checkup on your house, we are here for you! With over 26 inspectors at Home Inspection Carolina, our combined knowledge will help assure you are satisfied with our work. Schedule your home inspection today!