What is a great home inspection without an amazing home inspection report. But what items go into a home inspection report? Here are just a few:
- Hazardous items: This one is important. We make very clear when an item is hazardous. This could include live exposed wires, a missing railing, or other items that could cause someone injury.
-Material defects: This is the nitty-gritty of a home inspection - defects. These are items that are not performing their function properly at the time of the inspection and need repair or replacement in order to make them functional again.
Our reports comment on many items, and have many different ratings, but those 4 items help you to understand just some of the many items that are in a home inspection report.
Florida may be hot, but it makes for great swimming weather! There seems to be one of the biggest concentrations of pools here of just about anywhere out there. Outdoor pools, indoor pools, screened in pools - and everything in between. But before you buy or sell a house with a swimming pool, what condition is your pool in? How about the pool equipment?
These are important questions to ask, because while swimming pools are fun - they are also very expensive to fix. As a buyer, it could cost you many thousands of dollars to repair faulty equipment, replace pool liners, and more. As a seller, faulty pool equipment and components could put the sale of your home at risk.
So before you buy or sell a home with a swimming pool - be sure to get a proper inspection. We here at HERO offer far more than you average swimming pool inspections. We provide advanced pool inspections. We get into every inch of your pool (yest, that means underwater gear and all) and inspect every part of your swimming pool's systems that we can.
Contact us today and see why so many choose us as their advanced swimming pool inspectors here in Orlando and surrounding areas!
Mike McFadden, Certified Master Home Inspector in Orlando, FL