Here is a list of our provided inspection services. Feel free to ask about additional types of inspections. We perform majority of our inspections according to T.R.E.C. Standards Of Practice as well as InterNACHI's Standard Of Practice. Call us or schedule online!
Residential Home Inspection
This includes a full inspection of all the following systems: structural, electrical, hvac, plumbing, appliances, and all of their components found within. FREE infrared scan. An easy-to-read computer generated inspection report with a printable PDF capability (Spectora) A walk through with the client and discussion of findings.
11th Month Warranty Inspection
Most newly constructed homes come with a 12-month Builder’s Warranty, so before yours expires, order a Systemized Inspections 11 month home warranty inspection to give you peace of mind for the future. Your inspector will note the condition of hundreds of your home’s most important systems and components and provide a detailed electronic report of their findings so you can address possible issues with the builder. Catch problems before your Builder’s Warranty expires to help you save money and valuable time.
Visual inspection of concrete foundations to ensure they are safe and meet industry standards. Inspection of the post-tensioned cable system, steel reinforcement, plumbing, and beams. Also an investigation that the foundation was built properly and if water can drain properly. Thorough inspections helps you to ensure that the foundation is strong and built correctly.
Inspection of a home before the walls are put up. Visual inspection of the electrical wiring and junction box placement, framing, foundation slabs, walls and drains, footings, notching of floor joists, firestop material, pier pads, crawlspace, retaining walls, plumbing pipe placement, waterproofing, flashing for windows and doors, wall studs, any missing metal clips, and the placement of HVAC air ducts and registers. This inspection checks all these things to make sure the home is built safely and according to standards.
Repair Verification/Follow-up Inspection
Are you in need of a reliable and thorough inspection for remodeling or repair work completed by a contractor in your home? I am here to ensure that the materials, installation, and workmanship of your project meet the highest quality standards and exceed your specifications. This is not a code-compliance inspection, but an inspection to check that the work was completed properly.
Single Component Inspection
Experience the peace of mind with our comprehensive and meticulous inspection focused on a crucial component within a major system. Our team of experts employs cutting-edge electronic technology to deliver a highly professional report, tailored exclusively to your property.
This partial inspection will focus on up to two systems of the home, and will include a thorough examination of all components found within those systems. The specific systems to be inspected will be determined by the homeowner or the real estate agent, based on their needs and concerns. For example, the homeowner may choose to have the electrical system and plumbing system inspected, while the real estate agent may request an inspection of the HVAC system and roof. During the inspection, the inspector will evaluate the condition of each component within the selected systems, looking for defects, safety hazards, and other issues that could affect the home's value, safety, or habitability. The inspector will provide a detailed report of their findings, including recommendations for repairs or further inspections as needed. It is important to note that a partial inspection may not provide a comprehensive assessment of the home's overall condition, and that additional inspections may be necessary to identify other issues that may be present.
RE Investment Inspection
Investment inspections quickly and efficiently assess major defects in your potential investment property. Get a comprehensive report or streamlined consultation to make informed investment decisions. Trust us to ensure your investment is a smart one.
We can meticulously examine the structural integrity of the roof on your home or office and give you a detailed analysis of any problems that it may have. By having the roof inspected, problems that can arise are caught and able to be corrected beforehand in order to insure the safety of the occupant.
Our services include but are not limited to:
Inspecting both newly installed and older existing roof
Air barrier inspection
Providing roof condition reports
Water Intrusion Inspections
During the inspection, the inspector will scan the home's interior and exterior surfaces, including walls, ceilings, floors, and roofs. Any areas with an abnormal temperature reading will be flagged for further investigation. The inspector will then use a moisture meter or other equipment to confirm the presence of moisture and determine the extent of the damage. This inspection is crucial for identifying hidden water damage that may lead to microbial bacteria growth or structural damage if left untreated. By using infrared technology, the inspector can identify the source of the water intrusion and recommend the necessary repairs to prevent further damage to the home.
Pools,Spas, & Hydro-Therapy Tubs
A pool can be a fun experience for the whole family but if you don't know what you are getting into when you buy the home, it can be full of headaches. Systemized Inspections provides additional home inspection services such as pool, spa, or hydro-therapy tub inspections. We thoroughly check to be sure the pool pumps work, the liner is in good condition, heaters work well, ensure the electrical outlets are in good working order, inspect steps and ladders for safety, see if there are proper pool cleaning equipment, electric lights, other safety issues and things outside of the simple visual appeal a pool, hot tub or spa can bring!
Chimney/Fireplace Inspection w/ Scope
Our chimney and fireplace inspection service provides a thorough and detailed assessment of your chimney and fireplace using a borescope camera. A borescope is a flexible camera that can be inserted into tight spaces, allowing us to see inside your chimney and fireplace without causing any damage. By using a borescope camera, we can detect any potential issues that may be invisible to the naked eye, such as cracks, gaps, or blockages in the flue, or debris buildup in the chimney. Our trained and certified inspectors will carefully examine the interior of your chimney and fireplace, looking for any signs of damage, deterioration, or safety hazards. We will also check for proper ventilation, draft, and clearances to combustible materials.
Lawn Irrigation System Inspection
A lawn irrigation system inspection involves a thorough assessment of the home's sprinkler system to ensure that it is functioning properly and efficiently. The inspector will typically begin by checking the water pressure and flow rate of the system, as well as the operation of each individual sprinkler head. The inspector will also examine the irrigation control panel to verify that it is properly programmed and that all zones are operating as intended. During the inspection, the inspector will look for any visible signs of damage or wear and tear, such as broken sprinkler heads, cracked pipes, or leaking valves. The inspector will also check for proper spacing and coverage of the sprinkler heads to ensure that the entire lawn is receiving adequate water.
We offer comprehensive draw inspection services designed to facilitate seamless construction project progression while minimizing risks for lenders and stakeholders. With our expertise and commitment to excellence, we provide meticulous assessments at key construction milestones, ensuring adherence to approved plans, compliance with building codes, and the highest quality standards. Our draw inspection services encompass a thorough and systematic evaluation of the construction project, covering a wide range of critical aspects.
We use an Infrared Camera (or Thermal Imaging Camera) during our inspections to uncover unknown safety hazards within the electrical system or identify the presence of plumbing leaks within the walls or ceilings. Infrared imaging is the newest technology available. It can detect the presence of moisture, which can promote the growth of toxic molds, when they cannot be seen by the naked eye.
Inspecting Mobile Homes and Manufactured Homes is important. They include raised foundations that must be accessed to evaluate the condition of the foundation, grading and drainage, plumbing, electrical and more. We will fully evaluate all areas of the home to alert you of safety hazards, deferred maintenance items, non-functional components and major systems of the home that are beyond their design life.
Buy-Back Guarantee Is Included
If the home inspector misses a covered item, InterNACHI® - the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors - will buy the home. The Guarantee may be honored for up to 90 days after closing. Additional terms and conditions apply, and the details are available at www.nachi.org/buy. I include an InterNACHI® Buy-Back Guarantee with each certified home inspection.