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While codes are a basis for construction and how we evaluate, Home Inspectors are not considered Code Enforcement. While many areas do overlap, a home inspection is a limited non-invasive assessment of the homes visible components.
That depends on a number of factors. The size of the property, its age, any risk factors that take extra time to review, as well as any obstructions or distractions during the process. Typically most inspections with the right professional are roughly two hours.
Home inspections typically focus on the living building. While every effort is made to provide as much detail as possible, we are bound by the standards of practice and the laws surrounding them. What is in your reports however, are the major systems you relying on. Small voltage and luxury items (intercoms, elevators,sprinklers) are not.
It is encouraged for every buyer to attend the inspection if possible. We want you to see the effort that goes into evaluating a home. Many times schedules don't allow this however, but our report is stuffed with photos so when you're reading over a section it is like standing there.
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