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Congratulations! You purchased a home in Orange County, CA. The next step is to get your new home inspected before the deal is closed. A home inspection ensures the integrity of your home. A home inspector performs a visible inspection of the homeís internal and external systems. A general home inspector inspects:

- Building Interior: walls, floors, ceilings, doorways, etc
- Kitchen & Laundry Areas and Fixtures
- Bathroom Interiors and Fixtures
- Fireplaces & Chimneys
- Garages & Carports
- Building Exterior: walls, foundation, windows, etc.
- Roof, Attic and Gutters
- General Foundation
- General Drainage
- Fences & Gates, Driveway, Patios and Covers, Decks & Balconies, Exterior Stairs
- Plumbing
- Electrical
- Heating and Air Conditioning Systems

After the inspection, the home inspector creates a report listing all defects found in the home and presents it to the home owner. This report is important because it gives you an unbiased perspective of the real condition of the home.


However, a home inspection is not a guarantee; rather, itís a professional inspection of your homes visible interiors and exteriors. A general home home inspection inspector does not inspect a home to make sure itís up to code. He/she only inspects for damage such as water damage, malfunctioning electrical switches and outlets, non-functioning fixtures, cracks in ceilings, etc. A general home home inspection inspector does not verify whether or not the patio cover is built to code. He/she simply inspects the patio cover for cracks and visible structural imperfections.


For the complete article, go to General Home Home Inspection Inspector resources and services.


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