FHA Home Inspector

FHA Home Inspector | FHA home inspectors carry out inspections which evaluate the habitability and safety of a home. During inspection, properties are examined for many issues which include: foundation, floors, walls, roofing, drainage, and paint. FHA inspectors inspect ceilings, walls, and floors. This is done in order to identify any major cracks, evidence of water damage, holes and/or other serious conditions that may affect the foundation or framing of a property. The roof is also inspected not only for damaged or missing shingles, but for any indications of leaking.

Why should you choose Beryl for your FHA Home Inspection and what will we do for you?

We believe that it is our responsibility to ensure that you are an informed buyer. By doing so, you’ll be in a position to examine your property with a professional home inspector. The FHA home inspection gives a potential buyer an impartial evaluation of the property, including its overall condition and any items that should be repaired or replaced.

Home inspectors will examine the heating and plumbing for any signs of inoperable or defective systems. All electrical systems are inspected for operating electrical switches and outlets, and for any wiring that is loose, frayed, or exposed. FHA inspectors check the plumbing for any leaks, issues with water pressure, and running hot water. In addition, sinks, bathtubs, showers, and toilets must be functioning well to pass the inspection. Beyond mechanical and structural systems, there are a number of items that also require inspection if they are present on the property. One of these items, a pool, must have a proper working pump, and clear, safe water. Our inspectors also carry out an investigation for potential presence of insect or rodent infestation on the new property.