How we perform the Inspection
Feng Home Inspection offers the most comprehensive home inspection available. We start at the roof and evaluate not only the roof surface, but also the chimney, the ventilation system, the electrical service entrance, the plumbing stack, and any other systems or components located on the roof.
Our next step is to inspect the exterior of the home. We use a macro and micro approach to look at both the big picture and all the details.
We then move inside the house, and starting at the bottom, work our way up through the home into the attic. While inside, we address such things as the structure, the heating and cooling systems, the electrical and plumbing systems, the interior finishes, the insulation and ventilation, and accessories such as fireplaces.
Our evaluation is then communicated through a detailed inspection report, Click to review a Report Sample, which includes descriptions of all the systems in the home, as well as any recommended improvements. This will help you prioritize the improvements and develop a blueprint for your future in the home.
Best of all, our services don’t end with the inspection. For as long as you own the home, you can call with any additional questions – at no extra charge!
- Pre-purchase Inspections
Pre-Purchase inspections, also known as the buyers inspection is to protect you and your family from purchasing the home of your dreams not knowing about potential defects and hazards that may not be obvious to you. Buying a home is the biggest purchase most of us will make in our lifetime. Protect yourself from costly expenses, make an informed decision based on a thorough home inspection, get the “Feng Home Inspection” today.
Purchasing a home can be a stressful process and more so if the home has issues that were not evident before buying. A pre-purchase inspection gives the buyer comfort in knowing the condition and operation of the home.
- Pre-offer Inspections
Pre-Offer Home Inspection is to help home buyers in a hot real estate market where multiple offers are expected. This inspection allows buyers to make an informed decision when making an offer in a competitive situation.Pre-Offer Home Inspection is designed to help protect buyers when buying a home with multiple offers and buyers who were not successful in their offer or have previously decided not to make an offer because they could not include a home inspection condition in their offer.
- Pre-listing Inspections
Home inspections are becoming a necessity for home buyers. Pre-Listing inspections help the home seller gain an advantage in the selling process. A Pre Listing Inspection is an objective assessment of your home’s systems and is intended for you to have knowledge of any deficiencies that are present. Then you will have the ability to correct problems before the home buyer finds them. In doing so the seller may increase the value of the property and reduce the time on the market.
- Pre-delivery Inspections (PDI)
The pre-delivery inspection, or PDI, is a critical step in the process of buying a new home. It’s the first time the buyer will see their home in its finished state and an opportunity for the builder to show them the home’s features and systems. Therefore, A review of all of the systems of the home is done to insure that they are working and that the home is free from defects in work and materials. You can bring the inspector along with you, or if you cannot attend, then the inspector may take your place.
- Home Owners Inspection
There is very little in a home that is maintenance free. A maintenance inspection provides a homeowner with the necessary information needed to maintain and improve the value of the home. Maintenance inspections can help a home owner prioritize repair needs, extend the life of many components in the home and reduce the risk of major repairs in the future. Inspections are generally recommended every 3 to 5 years to identify conditions so corrective action can be taken.