Residential (single family, condo, Mobile, Manufactured, and multi-unit)
Ascension Home Inspections visually inspect the following elements as part of our home inspection process:
- Foundation and Crawl Space
- Grading and Drainage
- Attic, Ventilation, and Insulation
- Interior Walls, Ceilings, Floors, and Doors
- Exterior Windows, Glazing, Doors, and Wall Coverings
- Fireplace and Chimney
- Balcony, Porch, and Deck
- Electrical Systems
- Plumbing Systems
- Built-In Appliances
Building new construction requires the coordination of many tradesmen and workers. Any construction mistake in the building process can result in defects that cost the homeowner money later on. Scheduling one of our inspections prior to your final walkthrough with the contractor can ensure that any problems caused by poor workmanship or low-quality materials are addressed by the contractor before they become an expensive repair.
Increasingly, insurance companies are requiring buildings older than 25 years to have an inspection on the four most important components of a home: HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning), Electrical wiring and panels, Plumbing connections and fixtures, Roof.
During a 4-Point Inspection, we assess the condition and age of the roof, plumbing, HVAC and electrical systems needed for the home inspection report.
It’s important the repairs to any defects found during the original home inspection are repaired correctly so that you don’t incur needless repairs later on. Scheduling a Re-Inspection with us will allow us to examine the work to make sure that the original defects were property repaired and that no new issues have emerged during the repair process.