The inspection is a visual analysis for the purpose of providing a professional opinion of the condition of a residential building, ancillary buildings, any reasonably accessible installed components and the operation of the building’s systems, including any controls normally operated by the owner of the building, for the following components: (a) heating systems; (b) cooling systems; (c) electrical systems; (d) plumbing systems; (e) structural components; (f) foundations; (g) roof coverings; (h) exterior and interior components; and (i) any other site aspects that affect the residential dwelling. The inspection is based on the observations made on the date of the inspection, and not a prediction of future conditions.
When buying a home, you need to know of any existing issues. Have us examine the home so you’re fully aware.
Prevent closing delays by knowing what home issues need to be addressed before putting your home on the market.
Discover any mistakes before they get covered up with drywall. This is a crucial step of the home building process.
Have your new home inspected before the warranty expires so you can address any issues while under warranty.
Inspect the 4 major components: roof, HVAC, electrical system, and plumbing for insurance and mortgage purposes.
Please be aware of and take the time to read over the Tennessee Home Inspector Standards of Practice. These are what I am obligated to follow. I will do my very best to be as thorough as possible in examining your house and then make my findings as clear as possible so that you are comfortable enough to move forward with your next step. You can count on me! Call me at 423-227-8250 or email me at ForwardHI@epbfi.com.