All Valley Home Inspections

What's included in the report

Types of Inspections

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Site –  A check of grading & drainage, retaining walls, walkways, driveway, lanai, patio, deck, fencing, gates, etc. (landscaping and irrigation systems not included)

Structure – An evaluation of the exterior walls, siding, trim, foundation, slabs and basement or crawl space (if applicable).

Attic/Roof – An evaluation of insulation, ventilation, framing, roof surface, flashing, penetrations, drainage, overhangs, chimney, gutters & downspouts.

Garage – Evaluation of the vehicle door, automatic opener, and fire separation.

Plumbing – A review of the accessible main piping, distribution piping, waste & vent piping, fuel system, water heater, and laundry connection.

Heating/Cooling – A check of the type, condition, distribution/duct system, filters, and thermostat.

Electrical – Evaluation of the service entrance, system capacity, panels, circuitry, wiring, GFCI, outlets & switches.

Interior– Review of doors, windows, flooring, walls & ceiling, fireplace, closets, and stairs.

Kitchen – A check of cabinets & counters, sink, faucet, garbage disposal, dishwasher, range, oven, and most built-in appliances.

Bathrooms/Laundry – A check of washer & dryer, cabinets, counter tops, sinks, faucets, tubs, showers, toilets, and ventilation

  • Resale (homes and condos) - This inspection type is the most common and is designed for buyers to receive critical information about the overall condition of the home they are buying. A thorough top-to-bottom review of the subject property will be performed and a professional, easy to read, descriptive report with photos will be generated and emailed within 24 hours. No checklist-style reports, all of our descriptions are detailed!
  • ​Pre-Listing - This inspection is designed to help home sellers prepare their home for sale by providing the seller a list of repair items that might be brought up during a routine home inspection. This allows the seller to address any issues or make any repairs necessary prior to the buyer's home inspection. That way there are no big surprises that have the potential to scare away the prospective buyers.
  • New Home/Warranty - This inspection is for newly constructed homes and should be performed before the final walk-through with the builder/superintendent or before the expiration of the builder's warranty.  The intention of this inspection is to uncover defects or imperfections that exist in the residence, items that need repair, or were not constructed/installed properly the first time.
  • Pool & Spa - ​The pool/spa inspection is an evaluation of the current condition and operation of all accessible pool or spa components including a check of the surface condition, drains, lights and electrical, junction box, pumps, filters, piping, timers, disconnects, heaters, controls, and accessories.