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What is Included in a Connecticut Home Inspection?
We provide buyers, sellers,Commercial and residential real estate owners, & agents with important information essential to evaluating a property’s condition. Through inspection, consultation & detailed reporting we review:
EXTERIOR: grading, walls, coverings, patios & decks, patio covers, sidewalks & driveways, soffits & fascias, doors/windows & trim, gutters & downspouts, retaining walls, fences & gates.
STRUCTURE: foundation, crawlspace, footings & columns, floors, walls, chimneys.
ROOFING: structure, coverings, flashing, skylights, vent/stacks.
ELECTRICAL: service entrance, grounding, panel & sub panels, branch circuits, outlets, GFCI, circuit integrity.
HEATING and A/C: description, combustion system, A/C components, supply & discharge lines, venting, ductwork & registers, controls & thermostats.
PLUMBING: main supply line, distribution lines, fixtures, vents & traps & drains, functional flow.
INSULATION: attic, walls, crawlspace, floors, lines, ductwork, air & vapor barriers.
INTERIOR: walls, ceilings, windows, floors, doors, stairs, fireplaces, smoke detectors.
About the Report
Fairfield County Home Inspections L.L.C. is proud to provide one of the highest quality real estate reporting systems available in Connecticut . You will find your property inspection report easy to read and the explanations very helpful. Your property inspection report will be a valuable resource for years to come.
How Long Will it Take?
In most cases, the average inspection takes between 2 to 3 hours depending on the size, condition and age of the property. A comprehensive report is provided of the inspection.
How Much Will it Cost?
Costs of Connecticut Commercial or Home Inspections vary, but this area usually reflects minimum costs for inspections for homes. Higher fees are based on the size, price, age, and conditions of the home. Additional fees for Radon Testing, Termite Inspections, Water, Lead,Mold, and Asbestos, Septic Systems can all raise the fee but as we are all more focused in regard to potential hazards and environmental issues, the Connecticut Home Inspector now has to address more areas of critical concern then ever before.. including concerns about lead paint, environmental issues, and buried fuel tanks.