Our comprehensive inspection does a lot more than what a standard inspection covers. If you are buying a home for the long-term, you will want as fewer defects as possible. For that, your inspection needs to be thorough and accurate. Apart from the structural and system issues, we will assess your property for the presence of mold, termite, lead and carbon monoxide.
A comprehensive inspection gives you the most in-depth understanding of the property and sheer peace of mind about what you are buying. A comprehensive inspection may take a few hours to cover additional aspects, especially evaluating the air quality, which involves the strategic placement of detectors for checking the levels of radon, carbon monoxide and other hazardous gases.
If you are attending the inspection, you can follow the inspector around the house to see issues first hand. Although every issue will be outlined in the final report, asking questions on the spot can give you clarity on the cause and implications.