Queens NY Home Inspector

 

 

Queens NY Home Inspector

Scheduling a Home Inspection as soon as you have an accepted offer in Queens NY is a Smart Move

You will have a Report in hand less than 24 Hours after the home inspection is done with Bolt Home Inspections.

We are Licensed and Insured Home Inspector in Queens NY

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What is a Home Inspection?

During the home inspection, the present condition of a property is observed on and reported on, this is usually done as part of the sale of the home (for example, a home for sale in Queens County, NY).

When conducting a home inspection, a qualified home inspector checks the property visually, including the heating and plumbing, cooling systems, electrical system, as well as safety conditions. Additionally, the home inspector will check for signs of insect infestations, water damage, or any other issues that could lower a home’s value.

What does Home Inspection Cover?
A good home inspector will visually analyze parts of the home and produce a photo and text report describing what they observed at the time of inspection. Inspectors do vary in their ability, skill, and thoroughness.

It is recommended to be present during an inspection to get the inspector’s explanations up-close and ask any questions you might have. A typical inspection lasts two to three hours. Furthermore, the inspector will explain any problems better if you see them personally rather than relying solely on text and photos.

The following home inspection checklist provides a general overview of what to expect from an inspection report.

The exterior inspection will cover the entire outside of the property; including, but not limited to:

  • Roof
  • Exterior walls
  • Foundation
  • Grading
  • Garage or Carport

During an inspection, the inspector will visually examine the inside of the house. From Ceiling to the Floor, the inspector will carefully examine every part of the house; Including, but not limited to:

  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Water Heater
  • Basement
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Room
  • Bathrooms
  • Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

In conclusion Queens New York’s cityscape has many people interested in buying a home there. It is highly advisable to inspect the property with a home inspector before purchasing the home to avoid any unforeseen problems.