A home inspection in Cincinnati should cover all major systems and components of the home, including:
Structural components: foundation, framing, roof, walls, floors, doors, windows
Exterior: siding, trim, gutters, downspouts, grading, drainage, driveways, walkways, decks, patios, and retaining walls
Roofing: structure, flashing, vents, chimneys
Plumbing: water supply and distribution, waste drainage, plumbing fixtures and faucets
Electrical: service panel, wiring, grounding, outlets, switches, and fixtures
Heating and cooling: furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, air conditioners, ducts, and vents
Insulation and ventilation: attic, walls, crawl spaces, and ventilation
Interior: walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, stairs, and railings
Appliances: ranges, ovens, cooktops, exhaust fans, dishwashers, disposals, and microwave ovens
A home inspector in Cincinnati should also check for any health and safety issues, such as carbon monoxide detectors, smoke detectors, and fire safety. The home inspector should provide a written report detailing the condition of the home and any issues that were found.
Our team of leading home inspectors in Cincinnati are all ASHI and interNACHI certified. We follow their guidelines whether it’s a home inspector or building inspector.
Contact us at (513) 319-7770.