The Home Inspection Process

What is The Mose Home Inspection Process?

In this page we will discuss the Mose home inspection process.

A professional home inspection is conducted based on industry standards of practice. At Mose Home Inspection Services we base ourselves on is the ASHI & Inter-NACHI standards of practice. On this page we use the term “home” but the following equally applies to condominiums as well.

Many home inspectors use the fact that they are in and out of the house in an hour as a selling feature.

At Mose Home Inspection Services we believe in giving our clients their money’s worth. An average home inspection takes a little over two hours, a condo inspection will take under two hours.

What Your Home Inspection Will Cover

Every home is a castle and we treat them all with respect that’s why we have a standard procedure that all Mose Home Inspectors follow;

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Introductory discussions

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Roof and exterior

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Mechanical, electrical, basement, and structure

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The attic and/or crawl space

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Recording the inspection results

Total – Approx 2.5 Hours

Want to Learn More?

Please visit the other pages on our site that describe some of the other aspects of the Mose Home Inspection Services home inspection process.

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OUR DIFFERENCE When You Choose Mose Home Inspections
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    A thorough inspection carried out by a qualified inspector who is a member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors

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    Speedy service with reports generated within 2-3 days of an inspection

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    A clear, concise and comprehensive home inspection report with illustrations, photos and an informative overview

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    Over 20 years of industry experience

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    Free telephone support (for homeowners)

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