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What gets inspected during a home inspection?

A home inspection is a safety and quality assessment of a property that is going to be sold. During an inspection, the inspector will review the readily accessible exposed portions of the structure of the home, including the roof, attic, walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, basement, foundation as well as the heating/air conditioning systems, interior plumbing and electrical systems for potential problems. A professional home inspector will also look at other components such as the foundation and structural components, roof, HVAC, and plumbing to assess their condition. Each state's requirements for the minimum standards for home inspectors is varied. And some states don't even require a "home inspector" to be certified. In Nevada we are governed by state statutes, and are regulated for the Nevada Division of Real Estate.

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