You’ve made an offer on a home and scheduled your inspection, only to discover that the weatherman is calling for rain. You may consider rescheduling (if that is even an option)! But, think again, spotting roof leaks & other areas of water intrusion, grading & draina…
City Building Inspector vs. GreenWorks Inspector
Some new construction home buyers have been asking, “Why should I hire a home inspector if the city inspector will be inspecting the property?”
This is a great, and valid question!
First off, the responsibilities of each inspector are very different. A city building inspector is concerned with things like zoning, permits and construction safety. There IS a small overlap in the fact that GreenWorks inspectors are also concerned with construction safety but inspecting for so much more!
GreenWorks home inspectors look at the home from a different, more comprehensive viewpoint and examine items that are not the responsibility of a city inspector. Our home Inspectors use a 600-point checklist, spending hours to examine quality of workmanship & operation of all systems and surfaces. The following list shows the major components included (but not limited to) a GreenWorks inspection!
- Attic Structure
- Branch Circuits
- Cooling Equipment
- Dryer Vent
- Electric Panel
- Exhaust Fans
- Exterior Walls
- Garage Door Operator
- Gas Lines
- Heating Equipment
- Hydro-Massage Therapy Equipment
- Interior Walls
- Lawn Sprinklers
- Plumbing System
- Roof Covering
- Range Hood
- Service Entrance
- Water Heating Equipment
- And much more!
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