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Adams Home Inspection is a Proud member of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).

ASHI #: Randy: 243130

I just wanted to tell you that while talking with Krista last night about her inspection in Pleasant Hill, she just went on and on about how wonderful you were with her and how you patiently explained everything to her and made her feel as though she was very important to you. You made her all the more sure that she was doing the right thing and buying her dream home. This is why I can feel so good about recommending you as the only home inspector to call. Just wanted you to know you are appreciated! ~ Karen

Just a quick thank you to you and Andrew for such a thorough inspection earlier this week.  I appreciate the time you spent showing me around the ins and outs of the house and your explanations of specific things I would have never noticed on my own!  The notebook with the detailed report of my new home and homeowner’s manual tips will be a great organizational tool to keep me on top of maintenance for years to come.  I will definitely recommend you to anyone needing inspection services in the future.

Sincerely, 

Jennifer

What does a Home Inspection Include?

Your home inspection begins outside of the house. The home inspector will be examining:

  • Landscaping and its affect on the foundation
  • Siding, trim, windows and trim
  • Roof
    • Chimney
    • Flashing
    • Guttering
    • Downspouts
    • Electrical connections to the house
    • Sidewalks, driveway, patio and deck

Now let’s go to inside of your new dream home. The home inspector will be looking at and operating:

  • Appliances
  • Walls, floors, ceilings and windows
  • Sinks, faucets, showers, tubs and toilets. Run them all while in the house.
  • Water supply and water heater
  • Heating and cooling system
  • Electrical panel
  • Attic
  • Visible foundation in the basement

As an added service to you, we also include with your inspection a “RecallChek”. Your inspector will include in your report the make, model number and serial number of all your appliances, HVAC equipment, water heater (basically anything with a model number and serial number).  This information is forwarded to RecallChek who will run them through their extensive database of recalled appliances.  They will send a report out of any known recalls.  This is just another feature “For Your Peace of Mind” that we provide before you make this major purchase!

Throughout this process, you are encouraged to follow your home inspector, asking any questions that you might have about your new home. We are there to inspect your house, but we always strive for it to be a learning experience as well. We often hear realtors and clients say that they learn something new at every home inspection.