Your home is a very important investment. You’ll be much better equipped to make an informed decision when you have a professional home inspection conducted. Armored Home Inspections, LLC will be there to provide a thorough evaluation of the property, and an inspection report that is unmatched in the business. We work for YOU in the home-buying process to provide extensive and unbiased findings, giving you the “Inspection Protection” that you need.
We invite you to be present during the inspection process. By being present you will have a far greater understanding of your new home and the report. Your home inspection will be an awesome and enlightening experience, packed with helpful information so you understand the condition of the home you’re buying, and how to maintain it.
When Armored Home Inspections, LLC performs an inspection on your property, here is what your inspector is looking at and reporting on:
Structure – The structure of the home gives it shape and strength. The structure’s two main components are the foundation and the framing system. These components are critical in providing the building with long-lasting comfort and stability. Major defects in the structure can be very expensive to repair. Your structural inspection includes:
- Basement Slab, Foundation walls, Piers, Beams, and Girders
- Conventional Joists, Sub-flooring, Floor Truss, Engineered Joists
Mechanical Systems – The mechanical systems of the dwelling are designed to provide a comfortable and safe living environment. The mechanical systems we inspect include the heating system, plumbing, electrical system, and air conditioning.
Roofing Systems – The roof protects all of the components of the building, therefore it is one of the more important aspects of an inspection. Our inspectors walk on the roof whenever possible for an intimate look at its condition.
Interior – We conduct a comprehensive examination of the building’s interior. Just a few of the areas we inspect include:
Exterior – The building’s exterior is designed to protect the interior components from the elements. Defects in exterior components such as the siding or windows can greatly affect other components of the home. The exterior inspection of the building includes:
- Bath Components & Outlets
- Laundry Hook Ups
- Smoke Alarms
- Water Pressure
Our service does not end when the inspection is complete. Your inspector will deliver a detailed written report with digital photos of your inspection directly to your email the following day. Our office staff will ensure that additional parties involved receive any documentation that is needed, and we continue to be available for phone consultations at no additional charge.