ER Renovation Knows Inspections
Buying a home is a big process, but we can help make it less intimidating by examining the current state of the home and help you avoid any future issues. ER Inspection ensures a comprehensive report on the status of your new potential home. An inspection can greatly reduce risk of unexpected repairs, possibly saving you thousands of dollars. Buy with confidence by making this important minimal investment a part of the process.
If you are selling a home, an inspection can increase your profits, and allow the sale to go as smooth as possible. When listing a home, an inspection will instill a level of confidence in buyers as it is evident that you have taken the time to evaluate and survey its condition. Also, as a homeowner you will now have the opportunity to take care any small projects that may arise after inspection–saving you both time and money.
Are you having a custom home or building built? Have the confidence that your project is coming along according to proper safety regulations. ER Renovation is available to monitor as construction continues to provide honest, unbiased assessments throughout the process.
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DISCLOSURE: The following list is representative, although NOT exhaustive. Provided are some of the main focal point of the inspector. This is for your reference only and will not be used during inspection. If you have questions regarding the legalities of an inspection, you might find this document helpful: Summary of Oregon Home Inspector Certification Law and Standards of Practice
• No evidence of standing water
• No leaks from septic tank or leech field
• Yard, landscaping, trees and walkways in good condition
• No branches or bushes touching house or overhanging the roof
• Exterior structures (fences, sheds, decks, retaining walls, detached garages) in good condition, no evidence of termite damage or rotted wood
• Railings on stairs and decks are adequate and secure
• Driveways, sidewalks, patios, entrance landings in good condition, and pitched away from structure
• Downspout drainage directed away from structure
• No evidence of decay or damage to structure
• Sufficient insulation and properly installed insulation (moisture barrier installed closest to the heated area of the house)
• Adequate ventilation, clear path into attic for air entering through soffit vents, adequately sized gable end louvers, all mechanical ventilation operational
• No plumbing, exhaust or appliance vents terminating in attic
• No open electrical splices
• Stairway treads and risers solid
• Stair handrails where needed and in good condition
• Automatic garage door opener operates properly, stops properly for obstacles