What to expect.

What is a home inspection?

A home inspection is an evaluation of the condition of the property by a trained professional to aid you in making an informed decision. Because of this, it is important to choose a home inspection service that has experience and the credentials to maximize your value and minimize your risk when purchasing the home of your dreams.

Your home inspector will inspect all areas of the home including:

Property and landscaping

Sidewalks and driveways

Roof, chimney and gutters

Electrical systems

Doors and windows

Insulation and ventilation

Heating, plumbing, and air conditioning

Foundation and structural support systems

Safety Devices

To ensure you get the most from your home inspection, make sure you:

Attend the inspection

Read the report when it is finished

Ask the inspector questions as you go through the house

Take notes during the inspection on items that are important to you

Call us if you have any remaining questions or concerns

What a home inspection

Isn’t:

  • A pass/fail test
  • A warranty or guarantee of future conditions
  • An inspection of inaccessible areas of the home

Radon Testing.

Why do you need it?

A radioactive gas that has been found in homes across America, radon is an invisible, odorless, tasteless gas that can cause multiple health issues. Any home can have it – new or old. To ensure the safety of you and your family, the EPA (United States Environmental Protection Agency) recommends that you get any house you’re considering purchasing tested.

First Choice Home Inspection provides reliable and thorough tests to help give you peace of mind.

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