Know your inspector’s history and credentials.
Tell him about your concerns before your inspection.
William Henrie has more than an inspector’s license. He has 20 years experience building, remodeling and repairing houses.
A contractor turned inspector, William can practically see through walls.
He gives you the bottom line.
Get the Facts
An excellent communicator will educate you about the condition of your property. You’re invited to accompany your inspector as he investigates.
Get a fair contract
Your inspector is a personal consultant who brings critical issues to your attention and answers your questions as they come up.
Full Inspections Include:
- Exterior grounds, drainage and utility feeds to the house.
- Patios, decks, porches, stoops, sun rooms.
- The condition of exterior finishes and materials.
- Driveways, walkways, landings and exterior stairs.
- The roof, attic, vents, gutters, downspouts, flashing, trim, soffits, and fascia.
- Basements, foundation, crawl spaces and framing.
- Foundation movement and water penetrations.
- Electrical service line and meter box.
- Electrical panels, breakers and fuses.
- Interior electrical systems, main disconnect and service amperage.
- GFCI’s and AFCI’s grounding and bonding.
- Interior plumbing systems, faucets and fixtures.
- Drainage sump pumps and accessible floats.
- Main water shutoff valve.
- Water heater age and condition.
- Boilers or Furnace and cooling system.
- Ventilation and insulation.
- Fireplaces, damper, door and hearth.
- Interior walls, floors, trim and ceiling finishes.
- Windows, doors and skylights.
- Garage and laundry areas.
- Garage door, safety sensors and openers.
- Kitchens and bathrooms.
- And many more areas unique to each individual house.
From inspection through closing, you can talk to an expert who is on your side.