Why Do I Need An Interior Inspection?
Updated: Jan 30
“When I’m home, I like a cozy, comfortable, and calming space.” - Stacy Keibler
We all want what Stacy Keibler wants. During our home inspections we haven’t come across anyone yet who wants a raggedy shack of a house that is anxiety provoking and uncomfortable. Most homeowners want a house where they can raise a family or simply relax without having to worry if their roof is going to cave in or their air conditioning system will fail at the most inopportune time.
How do I reduce the likelihood of unfortunate events?
Hiring a home inspector is a great place to start. A home inspector is professionally trained to look at many different aspects, systems, and components that make up your house. They are an invaluable resource that many homeowners simply are not aware of. We are great for asking industry questions, referrals for different construction companies, insurance agents and realtors, and more. Having your home inspected regularly will reduce the likelihood of unfortunate events from happening because, based off our reports, you will have the documentation you need to know what systems are in need of repair.
What does an interior home inspection look like?
A home inspection by itself is not technically exhaustive, however, it is comprehensive. According to the Florida home inspection Standards of Practice:
The interior components that shall be inspected include the following:
Interior walls, ceilings, and floors