Whether buying or selling a home, Wild Rivers Inspections can provide the services you need to
Know Your Home
Choosing to have a home inspection will tell you about:
- something that may eventually cause a major defect, such as a roof-flashing leak.
- existing defects–whether minor, like a power outlet that doesn’t work or major, like a leaking sewer line.
- safety hazards, like exposed wiring or not enough smoke detectors.
- something that may hinder the ability to finance, legally occupy, or obtain homeowner’s insurance.
- recommended maintenance, life expectancy for various systems and components, and minor imperfections.
Click below to watch the interactive video that shows the areas a home inspector will check.
Presented by the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)
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This inspection is focused on verifying the current or past presence of wood destroying organisms and identifying the environments that lure them.
A limited inspection that consists of a visual assessment for moisture problems in areas identified by you. Air samples are then collected and sent to a third-party laboratory for analysis and reporting.
The certification is intended to assure that a manufactured home meets specified criteria for structural stability. Talk to your lender to determine if you need this certification.