Comprehensive and quick inspection reports with color photographs and detailed information.
Tips on Reading an Inspection Report
When interviewing a home inspector, ask the inspector what type of report format he or she provides. There are many styles of reports used by property inspectors, including the checklist, computer generated using inspection programs, and the narrative style.
Some reports are delivered on site and some may take as long as 4 – 6 days for delivery.
AAA Advanced Home Inspections uses the computer generated report with explanation and color photos, we can do the report onsite depending on the size of the property and time you have available. You will receive a detailed electronic PDF format report to your email address the same day of the inspection. The most important issue with an inspection report is the descriptions given for each item or component. A report that indicates the condition as “Good”, “Fair” or “Poor” without a detailed explanation is vague and can be easily misinterpreted.
We spend on average 2-4 hours performing the physical inspection and 2-3 hours after the inspection preparing a very comprehensive narrative final report. The report will document all of the observations made at the time of inspection and will advise you to contact other qualified experts when major repairs are anticipated. The report is then delivered to you in a form that can be easily read and understood. After the inspection process has been completed we will always provide as much free Phone consultation as needed. We are here for you even after your inspection and also send you newsletters with tips and information that is vital for all homeowners.
Take the time and become familiar with your report. Should the report have a legend, key, symbols or icons, read and understand them thoroughly. The more information provided about the site and home, the easier to understand the overall condition.
At the end of the inspection your inspector will provide a summary with a question and answer period. Use this opportunity to ask questions regarding terms or conditions that you may not be familiar with.
Read the report completely and understand the condition of the home you are about to purchase. After all, it is most likely one of the largest investments you will ever make.
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With over 30 years of experience, state licensing, and ASHI Certification, we perform the highest quality, unbiased evaluations of your home. We inspect everything from one-bedroom condominiums to multi-million dollar homes and high-rise buildings.