Buying a home may be the biggest purchase you’ll ever make, as well as one of the most important – where life unfolds and memories are made. When you’ve found the home of your dreams, you tend to know it the minute you walk through the front door. Make the most important decision an informed decision with a home inspection from First Class Home Services.
We offer a number of home inspection services for home buyers, all with a complete digital report. We believe that knowledge is power, and our goal is to provide you with the unbiased information you need to buy with confidence.
First Class Home Services comprehensive home inspection is for the client who would like a thorough analysis of all the components of the home. This inspection caters to the client who is concerned not only with the systems that make the home habitable, but also provides a list of the many small items that may need attention after moving into the home. This visual home inspection includes over 300 items from the foundation to the roof and everything between. We use Infrared cameras, moisture meters, and other advanced equipment to help us provide you with a thorough inspection and an easy to read inspection report. This inspection takes the home inspector 2 to 3 hours to complete.
Like houses, condos and townhouses should also be inspected before purchase. Our extensive inspection of the condominium or townhouse interior reviews the structure, mechanical, and plumbing, electrical and heating/AC systems within the unit, along with cabinetry, flooring and any built-in appliances. This inspection takes the home inspector 1.5 to 2 hours to complete and will provide you with peace of mind in knowing that the unit is sound.
We provide comprehensive inspections for multi-unit properties (duplexes, multiplexes, etc.). Similar to a single family home inspection, this inspection reviews all visual aspects of the individual units of a property, as well as all shared major systems and structural components. Inspection of safety items such as firewalls are also included in this type of inspection. The inspection report will separate each unit so that it is easy to understand and locate the issue that was noted
There are many aspects of manufactured and mobile homes that differ from a permanent residence such as the foundation, anchoring and I beam components, vapor barriers, wood rot and many other such items. Similar to a standard full home inspection, the home inspector reviews all visual aspects of all major systems and structural components of the home, as well as items specific to these types of homes.