By having a house inspected prior to putting it on the market, a seller will find out how his house looks to a buyer’s inspector. The seller can lean about defects about which even the most meticulous homeowner may be unaware.
Escrow can be cancelled for many reasons. The most common is a low appraisal. But repair items and sellers may be problematic. Find out how our Cancelled Escrow Protection covers you.
SDG&E has begun to Red-Tag gas appliances in the house more than ever before. Many of these items are outside the scope of a home inspection. Be sure your home inspector checks for these items so that you aren’t left with expensive repairs, or no hot water.
Heating equipment is a leading cause of house fires. Find out what type of heating equipment is responsible for the most fires.
Every component in a house will require repair or replacement. Here is a guide to the expected life of everyday items and appliances in a house.
Inspecting the roof is an important part of a home inspection. There are dozens of types of roofs. The one common aspect of every roof is that they all fail eventually. Here is a comparison of the most common roofing materials, and what you should expect from them.
Radon is a poisonous gas which should be tested for when purchasing a home. However, San Diego Home Inspectors do not test for this gas.
Many people in Southern California never have their chimneys swept. As home inspectors, we often see a neglected fireplace, and too often we see chimneys that are in very poor condition.