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Home Inspection

A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of the home.  Home inspections are conducted by a home inspector who has the training, experience and certifications to perform such inspections.  The inspector will review the findings with photo documentation on-site with the client.  After the inspection, the inspector prepares and delivers to the client a detailed written report of findings including photographs.  The client then uses the knowledge gained to make informed decisions about their pending real estate purchase.  The home inspector describes the condition of the home at the time of the inspection, but does not guarantee future condition, efficiency, or life expectancy of systems or components.  

Commercial Inspection

InspectRight also does commercial building inspections, such as office buildings or apartment buildings. Please call for a quote. 

Pre-Listing or Maintenance Inspection

A pre-listing inspection is a home inspection as described above, however, the inspection is done in advance of a seller listing the home. Sellers may wish to know what might need corrected before putting their home on the market giving them an opportunity to make decisions about whether to correct anything found during the pre-listing inspection.  

In addition, a home owner may simply want a periodic review of the current condition of their home, called a maintenance inspection.  Often home owners don't realize the issues that may have developed over time since they purchased or built their home.  

Framing Inspection

A framing inspection is performed at certain phases during the construction of a new home or renovation. During a framing inspection, the inspector looks at the "bones" of the home before the drywall or other covering is installed.

Warranty Inspection

Warranty inspections are typically done approximately a year after the purchase of a new home.  

Ancillary Services

InspectRight also offers a variety of ancillary services that may be booked when you book your inspection. Most of the services below can be performed without a home inspection.

  • Stucco Inspection with Moisture-Free Warranty:  â€‹Stucco should be inspected for moisture intrusion that could damage the underlying home structure.
  • Termite Letter:   In partnership with local pest control companies, InspectRight offers a complimentary termite letter as part of your home inspection (Metro Atlanta area only).
  • Radon Testing:  Radon is an invisible gas common in the metro area which can cause health issues.

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  • Mold Testing:  Mold in your home can cause significant health issues.  Your inspector will perform a visual inspection of the home and if conditions appear conducive for mold formation, an air quality test may be recommended.  

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  • Lead Testing:  Many older homes may contain lead in the paint or fixtures.  Lead can also cause health issues.  

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  • Septic Testing:   A visual septic dye test is combined with "pushing" the waste system. This test involves the running of plumbing fixtures simultaneously for 30-45 minutes to see if there is any slow-draining fixtures, backups, or surface breakouts. It also involves flushing colored dye into the waste lines looking for leaks. 
  • Pool Inspection:  If you are purchasing a home with a pool or spa, consider having your pool or spa inspected.