Landmark Home Inspections
Exceptional Home Inspection Services
Home inspections are commonly undertaken as a crucial part of the real estate transaction process. However, they can also be conducted at any point when an individual seeks an in-depth evaluation of the property's condition. Our State Licensed Inspectors provide a comprehensive assessment of a residential property's condition, conducted according to ASHI's (American Society of Home Inspectors) rigorous standards of practice. Here's what is typically included in a Landmark inspection:
Structural Components: Evaluation of the foundation, framing, roof structure, and other essential structural elements.
Exterior: Examination of the exterior components, including siding, windows, doors, and landscaping features.
Roofing: Assessment of the roof's condition, including shingles, flashing, chimneys, and drainage systems.
Electrical Systems: Inspection of the electrical panel, outlets, switches, wiring, and other electrical components for safety and functionality.
Plumbing Systems: Evaluation of plumbing fixtures, pipes, water heaters, drainage systems, and potential leaks.
HVAC Systems: Assessment of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems for proper operation and safety.
Interior: Examination of walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, and any visible appliances.
Insulation and Ventilation: Checking insulation, ventilation, and proper air circulation to ensure energy efficiency and comfort.
Fireplaces and Chimneys: Evaluation of fireplaces, chimneys, and related safety components.
Built-in Appliances: Inspection of built-in appliances like ovens, stoves, and dishwashers for proper functioning.
Attic and Crawlspace: Assessment of attic and crawlspace conditions, including insulation and ventilation.
Basement and Foundation: Examination of basements for water intrusion, foundation issues, and overall stability.
Environmental Concerns: Though not typically included in a standard inspection, we offer additional services to assess environmental concerns like radon, mold, or lead paint.
Inspection Report: Following the inspection, the we provide a detailed inspection report highlighting findings, potential issues, recommendations for repairs or maintenance, and including photographs. These reports serve as valuable tools for informed decision-making.
A Complete Property Inspection Service
- Residential Homes
- Commercial Buildings
- Subsidized Housing
- New Construction
- Commercial / Retail Space
- Tax Credit Properties
- Storage Facilities
- Progress & Draw Inspections
- Hospitals / Medical Clinics
- Entertainment Venues
- Shopping Centres
- Radon Measuring
- Places of Worship
- Mold Inspections & Testing
- Childcare and Educational
- Government Projects