• Larry Grandberry

Home inspection checklist: What to expect on inspection day

A home inspection is the buyer’s last opportunity to discover problems with the house before purchasing. And it’s a chance for the seller to address those problems and negotiate pricing with the buyer.

Here’s what to expect on home inspection day as a home seller or buyer. Learn what the inspector will look for and how you should handle any issues that are turned up in the process.

Here’s a full list of what the inspector will review, according to the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI):

  1. Heating system

  2. Central air conditioning system (temperature permitting)

  3. Interior plumbing and electrical systems

  4. Roof

  5. Attic, including visible insulation

  6. Walls

  7. Ceilings

  8. Floors

  9. Windows and doors

  10. Foundation

  11. Basement

  12. Structural components

Clearly, the inspector isn’t going to tear your home apart to inspect piping and wiring. But the more an inspector can access, the more complete the final report will be.


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