There are good reasons to have a professional inspection performed
on the new or used home you are buying.
Buying a new house is probably the largest investment decision you'll ever make. The entire process is filled with emotion and stress. A professional home inspection will substantially reduce the risk for your large investment in a new home. Educate yourself as much as you can about the quality of your new home, before closing.
Building a new home is a tremendously complex endeavor. It involves many people, usually split up into sub-contractor groups, each working on different parts and systems of the house. Even for the best builders, it's nearly impossible to complete this process without missing something. Maybe it's a plumbing fixture that didn't get tested for leaks, maybe it's an over sand on drywall, an outlet that isn't working, or any one of dozens of minor problems that can easily be overlooked in such a major undertaking. We will find such problems while it is still early enough for you to bring them up with the builder and have them corrected before you close and start moving in.
For the relatively small cost, a professional inspection of your new dream home can pay big dividends in peace of mind and getting any problems identified and corrected before they can become an unpleasant surprise.
An inspection from Camm is unlike any other.
Your inspection report is given to you in a Camm folder that is designed to keep all of your information in one place.
Our reports are easy to read.
Depending on the property your report will be between 20 and 80 pages.
Our inspectors take an average of 100 pictures of the property during the inspection. These photos are put on a CD and included in your folder.
Over 15 years experience
Our Full Inspections include:
- Roof, vents, flashings and trim.
- Gutters and downspouts.
- Skylight, chimney and other roof penetrations.
- Decks, stoops, porches, walkways, and railings.
- Eaves, soffit and fascia.
- Grading and drainage.
- Basement, foundation and crawlspace.
- Water penetration and foundation movement.
- Heating systems.
- Cooling systems.
- Main water shut off valves.
- Water heating system.
- Interior plumbing fixtures and faucets.
- Drainage sump pumps with accessible floats.
- Electrical service line and meter box.
- Main disconnect and service amperage.
- Electrical panels, breakers and fuses.
- Grounding and bonding.
- GFCI’s and AFCI’s.
- Fireplace damper door and hearth.
- Insulation and ventilation.
- Garage doors, safety sensors and openers.
- And much more