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Home Inspection

All inspections meet or exceed the standards of practice established by the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Boardman Home Inspection performs educational inspections, as you walk through the inspection with David, a professional ASHI certified home inspector, you will receive valuable information regarding the operation and maintenance of your home as well as have the opportunity to ask and have questions answered. Home inspections are non-evasive. This means the inspector will not destroy anything or do major dis-assembly of any home system. However, access panels and doors are routinely uncovered. A home inspection will include all visible components of the home in a easy to read custom report with digital pictures. We receive comments on the quality and detail of the inspection reports. Listed are some of the components inspected and reported for you.

  • Grounds
  • Foundations
  • Roofs, vents, gutters, flashing and trim
  • Skylight, chimney and other roof penetrations
  • Gutters and downspouts
  • Attic, insulation and ventilation
  • Exterior and interior walls
  • Doors and windows
  • Porches, decks, stoops, walkways, railings and patios
  • Driveways and sidewalks
  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Plumbing and fixtures
  • Electrical survey and fixtures
  • Water heating system
  • Basement, foundation and crawl space
  • Attached and detached garages
  • Valuable maintenance and safety recommendations and much more!
  • Eaves, soffit and fascia
  • Grading and drainage
  • Water penetration and foundation movement
  • Main water shut off valves
  • Drainage sump pumps with accessible floats
  • Electrical service line and meter box
  • Main disconnect and service amperage
  • Electrical panels, breakers and fuses
  • Grounding and bonding
  • GFCIs and AFCI
  • Fireplace, damper door and hearth
  • Garage doors, safety sensors, and openers

Pre-Sale Inspections

A pre-sale inspection is an opportunity for a seller to find hidden problems with their home before a buyer's inspector finds them. Fixing problems on your own schedule or just knowing the true condition of your home before placing your house for sale will help you in the sales process without the last minute findings that can slow or even prevent a sale.

Maintenance Inspection, Senior Inspection

A maintenance inspection is similar to a pre-sale inspection. In today's modern nothing-ever-stops society, many people just don't get around to properly maintaining their homes. A maintenance inspection helps home owners locate and react to potential problems with their homes in a timely manor.

Seniors can especially appreciate having a maintenance inspection to find out the true condition of their home protecting them from unnecessary repairs. David Shevel has police clearance identification insuring you complete peace of mind while in your home.

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