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A home Inspection

A home inspector non-invasively examines the condition of a home,

 often in connection with the sale of that home. This process is referred to as a home inspection.

An inspector will check the roof, basement, heating system, water heater, air-conditioning system, structure, plumbing, electrical, and many other aspects of buildings looking for damage which may require expensive repairs, as well as fire, safety, and health hazards. Think of a home inspector as a detective searching throughout the house for clues that lead to a conclusion of the home's overall condition.

A home inspector is sometimes confused with a real estate appraiser. A home inspector determines the condition of a structure, whereas an appraiser determines the value of a property

A home cannot "fail" an inspection, as there is no score or passing grade given. A professional home inspection is an examination of the current condition of a house. It is not an appraisal. It is not a municipal inspection, which verifies local building code code compliance. A home inspector, therefore, will not pass or fail a house, but rather describe its physical condition and indicate what components and systems may need a major repair or replacement.







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Abram Inspection Svc
20 De Ford Dr, San Rafael, CA 415 472-4284

Bay Area Property Inspection
982 Las Pavadas Ave, San Rafael, CA 415 479-7339

Hacienda Inspection Svc
2 Santa Barbara Ave, San Anselmo, CA 415 456-5665

Harney Construction
1060 Via Escondida, Novato, CA 415 883-1478

Homestead Property Inspection
20 Tan Oak Way, Novato, CA 415 884-9404

220 Shaver St, San Rafael, CA 415 457-4223

IHS Homebuilding Inc
Fairfax, CA 94930 415 454-9247

Inspect-It First Property
PO Box 788, Novato, CA 415 408-0070

Juno Inspections LLC
Belvedere Tiburon, CA 94920 415 789-5866

Marin Inspection Svc
130 Mount Lassen Dr, San Rafael, CA 415 499-8434

Norcal Property Inspection
121 Paul Dr, San Rafael, CA 415 479-0157

Pillar To Post
323 Willow Ave, Corte Madera, CA 415 945-9189

Raff Home Inspection Svc
775 E Blithedale Ave # 288, Mill Valley, CA 94941 415 388-8911

World Inspection Network
369 3rd St # B Pmb 397, San Rafael, CA 415 491-0890
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Pre-delivery inspection

The pre-delivery inspection, which generally applies to newly-built homes, is a real estate term that means the buyer has the option (or requirement, depending upon how the real estate contract is written) to inspect the property prior to closing or settlement. These inspections generally takes place up to a week before a closing, and they generally allow buyers the first opportunity to inspect their new home. Additionally, the inspection is to ensure that all terms of the contract have been met, that the home is substantially completed, and that major items are in working order.

Along with a representative of the builder (generally the construction supervisor or foreman), the buyers may be accompanied by a home inspector of their choice. Any noted defects are added to a punch list for completion prior to closing. Often a second inspection is conducted to ensure that the defects have been corrected.

Many local governments within the United States and Canada require that new-home builders provide a home warranty for a limited period, and this typically results in home builders conducting a pre-delivery inspection with the buyer.

In a resale situation, this type of inspection is often termed the "final walk-through", and, based on the contract's provisions, it allows the buyer the opportunity to inspect the home prior to closing to ensure that agreed-upon repairs or improvements have been completed. 

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