We are NEVADA CERTIFIED INSPECTOR of STRUCTURESNew Construction Inspections Being new does not mean "perfect", although we believe it should be! Existing (older) Structure Inspections Because you never know what we'll find. Commercial Inspections In Nevada, residential inspectors have restrictions by Law in what they can inspect and cannot. Only General and Master inspectors can inspect commercial property that exceeds 10k square feet and multi family structures with more than 4 dwellings. FOR SALE by OWNER Inspections Is the best way to find out what condition your house is in prior to placing it on the market. Buying a new home may be the biggest investment you'll ever make. Although the process is very exciting it quickly becomes overwhelming. While the home you have selected may appear to be just what you're looking for, how can you be sure there aren't potentially serious unknown defects which can make your investment in your future a costly one? Having your new home professionally inspected as early as possible in the buying process can save you thousands of dollars on items which you may be able to have the seller or builder correct. We are dedicated to providing you with valuable information about your new home. We thoroughly inspect all major components of the subject property to expose unknown defects and advise you about future maintenance about your home once the purchase is complete. We will give you the information you require to make an informed decision.
Full Home Inspection
Our Residential Inspections include, but are not limited to:
Roof, vents, flashings and trim. Gutters and downspouts. Skylight, chimney and other roof penetrations. Decks, stoops, porches, walkways, and railings. Eaves, soffit and fascia. Grading and drainage. Basement, foundation and crawlspace. Water penetration and foundation movement. Heating systems. Cooling systems. Main water shut off valves. Water heating system. Interior plumbing fixtures and faucets. Drainage sump pumps with accessible floats. Electrical service line and meter box. Main disconnect and service amperage. Electrical panels, breakers and fuses. Grounding and bonding. GFCI´s and AFCI´s. Fireplace damper door and hearth. Insulation and ventilation. Garage doors, safety sensors and openers. And much more.
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Getting a home inspection is not a luxury. In fact, a home inspection performed by a professional inspector will help you to determine whether not a buying or selling transaction will occur. It can also help you to monitor the quality of a home you are having built, and it can help you to catch problems while your home is still under warranty. In fact, the results of a thorough home inspection is often provides two or more parties with the information they need to make the necessary adjustments in order to allow a transaction to proceed successfully. Listed below are the four most common reasons for getting a home inspection.
If you are considering the purchase of a home, or if you are planning on selling the home you live in now, you will certainly need to have the property inspected. If you are selling your home, an inspection will help you to determine whether or not you will achieve your asking price. More importantly, it can also help you to identify potential problems with your property's structure and mechanical systems that could kill the sale. In fact, a seller's inspection can be pivotal in helping you to close a sale because it shows prospective buyers that you are interested in the quality of the product you are selling as well as the well-being of those who want to purchase it.
If you are buying a home, you will want to have the property that interests you inspected, as well. Even if the seller presents an inspection report to you, you should still retain your own inspector. The reasons for this are sound. For example, a seller may present an outdated inspection report to you that does no accurately reflect any changes in the condition of the property. Also, a well-intentioned seller may have attempted to repair damage found by an inspection report, and such repairs may not meet your standards (or the standards of your home inspector). Additionally, by using your own professional inspector, you are a much better position to negotiate the final price of a property because you are more aware of the property's actual condition. By hiring your own inspector, you simply cannot lose.
Builders employ dozens of skilled craftsmen to construct a home, but even skilled craftsmen can make mistakes. After all, a home is built from thousands of components, and those components must be assembled in exactly the right way. The mistakes made by builders and their crews may often go un-checked by a foreman who is typically busy trying to assure that the job gets done on time and within budget. Sometimes these mistakes can lead to serious problems with a home that may only be discovered later after the damage has made itself apparent
By retaining a professional home inspector to inspect a newly-built property prior to moving in, also called a builder's inspection, you can catch potentially costly or dangerous construction-related problems at a time when it is easier for the builder to make the necessary corrections and repairs. In fact, it is highly-recommended that you retain your home inspector to perform two inspections. The first inspection should occur just after the framing and before the hanging of walls and ceiling. This will allow your home inspector to catch potential problems [primarily] with the assembled supporting structures. The second inspection should occur just prior to moving your possessions into the home. The will allow your home inspector to have uninhibited access to areas of the completed building so that entire, completed home can be inspected for damage or deficiencies in overall contruction quailty.
It seems comical at times when something we've purchased breaks within days or weeks after its warranty has expired. In fact, its a running joke on every continent. But there is a big difference between a $35 product that can easily be replaced and $150,000+ home that provides shelter, safety and comfort for you and your family. A home warranty inspection should be performed prior to the expiration of your home's warranty so that items that need to be repaired can be fixed under the protection of your warranty without significant out-of-pocket costs, if any, being incurred by you.
Rental/Property Management Inspections
If you own rental property, then you already understand the need to assure that your property is in tip-top shape prior to allowing renters to occupy the building. You are also aware of the need to assure that your property has not been damaged before renters vacate the property. A rental/property management inspection is designed to protect you from serious liability that can result from renting or leasing a potentially hazardous property. Additionally, a rental/property management inspection also helps you to protect your assets by identifying damage that may have potentially been caused by occupants.
We use as part of our references and guidelines in our inspections the
Department of Housing and Urban Development Public Housing Assessment System,
Physical Condition Scoring Process; http://www.hud.gov/offices/reac/pdf/fedregis_15738.pdf
for the best inspection reporting for inspectable areas, items, criticality of deficiencies, and severity levels of deficiencies.
CEREIS Edifice Inspection Specialists provides Nevada Certified Residential, Used & New Homes and Commercial Building Inspection Services. MESQUITE, BUNKERVILLE, and cities in and around Clark County