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Business & Home Inspections

Ensure you're making the right choice with business and home inspections from A+ American Home Inspection. Whether you're buying an existing building or you need new construction inspections, our professionals are the go-to solution to ensure the structure is sound and your family or business will be safe occupying the new space.
 

Home Inspections

Your home inspector will meticulously go through your home, documenting all relevant aspects with photographs of any defects. If the problem is code-related, you'll know exactly what code is violated and how it should be fixed. The report includes a full narrative of your home, and creates a full picture of everything needed to get it up to par. The report will detail structural issues, repairs you can expect to pay for, any safety, code, or health issues found, along with the overall status of the home. The detailed report will include thermography to check for water intrusions, mold, cold spots, and other anomalies.

When you buy a house, you can't always tell what's going on inside the walls. A proper home inspection is like insurance, and shows you all the problems, both current and potential. As your home inspector, we're able to find problems in your home that you might never know about until they're a problem, such as roofing issues or faulty wiring.

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New Construction Inspections

New construction inspections are exceedingly detailed inspections that cover every aspect of the construction process. We'll check everything, including:
 
  • Foundations
  • Masonry & Wall Structures
  • Roof Shingles & Sheeting
  • Framing
  • Insulation
  • Plumbing
  • HVAC
  • Electrical Systems
  • Finish
 

Commercial Inspections

Commercial inspections are typically reserved for larger buildings due to more extensive systems for electricity, plumbing, and other utilities. The more larger the building, the more complex the system; and in turn, the more detailed the inspection process. Contact us today and learn how we can help ensure your commercial building is a solid investment.