What do home inspectors inspect?
Home inspectors use visual methods to evaluate the physical condition of real-estate property, usually prior to the sale of that property. A home inspector spends 2-3 hours at a property examining the grounds, structure, exterior, roof, plumbing, electric, insulation, ventilation, interior, attic, bathrooms, kitchen, basement, crawlspaces, heating, air conditioning, and garage or carport. National standards of practice determine which components are inspected and how they are inspected. The inspector later provides a complete, written report to the client.
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