You need a thorough home inspection company and that fit's our companies main goal. When you hire NVisions Home Inspection Company, Inc., you are hiring experienced professionals who have been in business since 1993 and have the training and experience in the building industry. It is the job of the home inspector to not only evaluate the condition of the house's major systems and structural components, but also to evaluate how these systems are working together and identify areas that need to be monitored, repaired or replaced.
Your home inspector gives you the big picture analysis of the condition of the house you are purchasing. If the home inspector identifies the need for a detailed analysis of any one of the homes systems or structures, the inspector will recommend the appropriate professional that can perform the repairs, etc., with expertise analyzing that particular system or structure. The need for this kind of expensive, detailed analysis is rare.
Offering: Pre-Listing, Pre-Purchase, New Construction (Pre-Drywall), Final Inspection (Prior to moving in), and One Year inspections. Our home inspection service is a visual inspection of the structural elements and systems which are accessible. This typically includes:
Structural elements ( foundation walls, roof framing, floor framing, Slab, etc.).
Exterior Components ( exterior wall coverings / siding, fascias, trim, soffits, driveways, walkways, general drainage in relationship to the house, exterior painting and caulking, etc.).
Garages ( attached and detached -- extra charge for detached --, garage doors, openers, safety controls, reverse mechanisms, weather-stripping, door sweeps, etc.).
Roofing ( type, materials, flashings, gutters and downspouts, condition of shingles, etc.).
Plumbing systems ( Water lines, Waste discharge lines, bathrooms, washer and dryer connections, leaks, water heaters, etc.)
HVAC Systems ( heating and air conditioning units including furnaces, fireplaces, condenser units, air handling units, refrigerant lines, ductwork, condensation tubes, etc.).
Electrical systems ( GFCI's, arc fault detectors, CO detectors, smoke detectors, main services, electrical panel boxes, breakers, shut offs, ceiling fans, lights and receptacles, wiring, etc.).
Ventilation and Insulation ( kitchen exhaust fans, bathroom exhaust fans, crawl vents and moisture barrier, attic and crawl space insulation, etc.).
Interior Components ( windows, doors, walls, ceilings, cabinets and countertops, staircases and handrails, attic components, etc.)
Kitchen Appliances ( dishwasher, oven, range, disposal, trash compactors, etc.)
We strongly encourage you to accompany the inspector so that you may ask questions and gain a better understanding of the systems in the home.
If you have any questions, or are interested in any other services, please contact us so we may discuss your needs.