Due to Covid 19, 4 Corners Home Inspection llc will be making the following adjustments to our policy:
*We will be wearing masks and gloves while inside the property at all times.
*We will disinfect common surfaces.
*We will be practicing social distancing (6 Feet) from all agents, sellers, and clients.
*We have the ability to record the inspection in its entirety, for those that do not feel comfortable attending the inspection in person.
Our easy to read digital reports are delivered within 24 hours.
Reports include helpful information including links, pictures, descriptions, tips, and suggestions that can be used long after inspection is completed.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does an inspection
The length of time that an inspection takes is dependent on two things: square footage and age. A typical home inspection takes around 3-4 hours to complete. However, an older home will take longer than a newer home due to questionable attic, crawlspaces, and basements. More time is needed to carefully examine these areas; as well as, the electric and HVAC. Larger houses will usually take closer to 4 hours.
What is involved in a home inspection?
4 Corners Home Inspection llc utilizes a non-invasive, visual inspection style. We will visually examine and document all available components of home; including: electrical, plumbing, doors, windows, interior, heating, cooling, attic, roofing, insulation, basement, foundation, crawlspace, fireplace, exterior, etc. We will attempt to safely run furnace, a/c unit, and water when applicable. Electrical outlets will be tested.
We are given a short period of time to examine and document the property; however, we strive to provide all the information buyers need to make an informed buying decision.
What if you find something bad?
We approach the home inspections in a non-alarmist way. We like to point out that "no house is perfect, and everything we find can be fixed". We will discuss the defects and concerns as they are uncovered. Our inspectors will explain and document the issue and possibly provide some insight into how the problem is remedied. However, it is imperatively up to you as to how you approach the remediation.