Purchasing a home is a big investment. Get an unbiased analysis before buying or selling your home with On It’s home inspection services. We’ll go through the house and complete a thorough review of the structure, exterior, roofing, plumbing, electrical, heating and air conditioning, fireplaces, ventilation, insulation, and more—so you know the exact state of your home. Each home inspection performed by On It Services is done according to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors’ standards of practice so you can be confident in the scope and findings of our inspections.
Before putting your home on the market, it is important to understand any defects that exist in your home without you knowing it. On It Services will inspect your home prior to placing your home for sale and notify you of any damage or repairs that need to be made before a potential buyer sees it. By addressing these issues before listing and selling your home, you can make necessary repairs and establish a better asking price.
On It Services also offers new construction inspections, which examine the building techniques and materials used as your home or building was being constructed. This helps to ensure that your builder has done his job right and nothing has been overlooked so your new construction is safe for move-in. This step typically takes place before the pre-final walkthrough, so you can address any issues the inspector may find with your builder.
Our inspections include a thorough examination of your home’s structure, including the roof structure, piers, posts, and other supports; the main and secondary bearing beams, fondation, bearing walls, and other structural elements.
We’ll inspect your exterior wall-covering materials, windows, all exterior doors, flashing and trim, outdoor stairs and steps, porches, patios and decks, railings, surface drainage, retaining walls, and more as part of our exterior evaluation.
We inspect all aspects of your roof including the general structure, roof covering, the gutters and the condition they’re in, the vents, flashings, chimney, plumbing vents, and any skylights.
On It’s plumbing inspection includes examination of the main water and fuel supply shut-off valves, the water heating equipment, interior water supply including all fixtures and faucets, all toilets, tubs, showers, and drains, sump pumps, waste and ventilation systems.
We’ll look at your wiring, service panels, breakers, fuses, receptacles and disconnects, and more as part of our electrical inspection.
This inspection includes the heating system, air conditioning, venting, water heater and efficiency, water cooling and distribution equipment, and chimneys and flues.
We inspect your home or building’s walls, floors, interior stairs, railings, landings, countertops, cabinets and built-in appliances, ceilings, garage doors and systems, and more.
We’ll look at your insulation and ventilation in unfinished spaces including attics, crawlspaces and foundations. We’ll also examine the mechanical exhaust systems in the kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry areas as part of our inspection.
This inspection includes your fireplace’s vents and flues, and any solid fuel-burning appliances in your home.