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Family Building Inspectors, LLC, provides a wide range of home inspections, checks, and tests on properties. Using the latest technology, including thermal imaging technologies, we provide the peace of mind that one of the largest purchases you make is a sound decision.
Inspection Report
Our computerized inspection report was developed to present a concise, complete summary including digital pictures of the results of the inspection, free from the sort of technical language remarks many home-buyers find bewildering.
We urge you to attend the inspection and accompany our inspector during the examination of the home. The information you gain will be of great value to you.
 
 
 
Reviewing Your Report
For your convenience, the home inspection and wood destroying insect reports are presented to you after the inspection is performed. The home inspection report includes, but is not limited to the following:
  • Electrical, Plumbing, Hot Water Heater, Heating & Air Conditioning
  • General Interior Including Ceilings, Walls, Floors, Windows, Insulation, & Ventilation
  • Kitchen & Appliances
  • General Exterior Including Roof, Gutter, Chimney, Drainage, & Grading
Our reports are performed in accordance with the standards set forth by the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).
 
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Structural Analysis
The structure and components of a home are visually inspected to find items that are not performing correctly or items that are unsafe. If a problem or a symptom is found, the home inspector will include a description of the problem in a written report and may recommend further evaluation.
Heating Inspections
Don't risk a carbon monoxide leak. When a non-vented wall unit malfunctions, it can create carbon monoxide that could be drawn in and distributed to bedrooms through the return air below the unit.
As a rule, copper tubing is allowed when using propane. But when using natural gas, "hard-piping" or steel should be used to within about 3 feet from the appliance it serves before changing to copper. A cut-off is required here as well.
The reason for the difference in materials is that if there was a leak or rupture in the copper tubing using propane, the propane barrel would go empty. With natural gas however, there is no end. Gas would continue to be released, which could make a bad situation much worse.
 
 
A/C Inspections
We come in and test for damaged fins and electrical lines. If you have a damaged electrical line, you are risking potential injury to your pets and your home. We make sure there is no significant damage or potential hazards.
Foundation Inspections
After a home is flooded, silt or mud usually covers the entire surface of the plastic vapor barrier. This can build up over the years because of a lack of gutters or if your home is on a hill without a proper trench to divert water away.
Not only does it cause damage to your foundation, but it also scares away potential buyers because of its appearance. Avoid this situation by allowing us to do a full foundation inspection.
 
 
 
Contact Family Building Inspectors, LLC for more information on our services and ask about our radon testing.