At Husky Property Management, we know how important it is to keep your home in excellent condition. We want to save you time and money by catching any problems before they exist or before they become too costly. We will conduct a thorough home and property inspection at the beginning of service, between tenants, or upon request. Let the experts take over and keep your home in tip-top shape. Our staff are accredited by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors–InterNACHI–and use this as the bar to appraise your home.
As we evaluate your home and property, we will give you an informed and professional opinion. We will advise you so that you feel assured in making fair judgments and sound decisions. It is ideal to have our clients do a walk-through with us to reiterate and give vision to the written report, but it is not mandatory. If you are out of state or unable to attend, we will give you a complete briefing as well as advice on repairs and future courses of action.
The inspection is detailed in its entirety in the categories below:
- Foundation, Basement, and Crawl Spaces: Includes evaluation of structural foundations, columns, posts, insulation, ventilation, vapor barriers, utility attachment, floors, walls, and other visible components.
- Interior: Includes evaluation of floors, walls, ceilings, stairs, banisters, finishes, cabinets, shelving, sinks, built-in appliances, smoke detectors, fireplaces, safety-related items, and other visible components.
- Attic: Includes evaluation of insulation, ventilation, rafters, joists, collar ties, trusses, wiring attachments and other visible components.
- Heating and Cooling Systems: Includes evaluation of furnace, air cleaning parts, ductwork, air conditioner, and other visible HVAC components. Will also conduct electric monoxide testing and electric gas sniffer testing.
- Plumbing and Fixtures: Includes evaluation of water pressure, water distribution system, hose bibs, sinks, faucets, bath/showers, toilets, sanitary system, pool, hot tub, and other plumbing system components.
- Electrical Systems: Includes evaluation of service panel, switches, outlets, visible wiring, junction boxes, grounding system, junction boxes, service entry, clearances, and other electrical components.
- Roof: Includes evaluation of shingles, flashings, chimneys, vents, trim, gutters, drip edges, skylights, downspouts, and other visible roofing components.
- Exterior: Includes evaluation of siding materials, attachments, windows, doors, sashes, lintels, vents, entryways, decks, porches, walks, driveways, garages, and other visible exterior components.
- Landscape: Includes evaluation of slope and grade; lawn and grass conditions; mole, vole, or other pest activity; shrub damage or issues; mulch condition; landscape border; trees and safety issues; and irrigation system.
- Special Inspections: Includes insect/termite/pest inspection; water damage and moisture intrusion inspection; mold inspection, mold spore count and test samples; infra-red camera inspection; tap water analysis and testing; endoscope of main drain pipe; radon gas test; lead paint test; and methamphetamine test.