The Value of an Edick Valuation Services MN Home Inspection
Each Client Is Provided With:
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Performing a Home Inspection in Minnesota
EVS provides a visual observation and performance evaluation of the major working components of the home at the time of inspection. We perform building inspections on all types and styles of single and multi-family residential homes. This in-depth visual inspection typically takes 2-4 hours, depending on the complexity of the subject property, and covers over 100 various items.
Purpose and Scope of Home Inspections
EVS agrees to perform a visual inspection of the subject improvement (house) and provide the client with a written report identifying our opinion of the major deficiencies. Items not specifically included in the written report are beyond the scope of the home inspection and are not reviewed. No verbal statements by the inspector shall expand the scope of this agreement or the inspection report, nor shall such statements be relied upon by the client when solicited from the inspector at any time.
The Visual Inspection Includes Items Such as:
Sidewalks / Driveways, Gutters, Foundation, Site Drainage, and Swales, Plumbing Venting and Drainage Performance, Full Electrical Panel Inspection, Materials of Construction Inspection, Structural Inspection, Full Attic Inspection, Appliance Functionality Inspection, Central Air Condenser, and Performance Inspection/Analysis, Insulation Adequacy Inspection, Heating System Inspection, Crawlspace / Basement, Fireplace(s), Attic, Exterior, Roofing Components Performance Adequacy Inspection.
The Inspection Does Not Include Items Such as:
Underground utilities, Playground equipment, Pools, Elevators, Wells/springs, Tennis courts, Solar systems, Security systems, Septic Tanks, Drain fields, Personal property, Cosmetic items, Water softeners, Central Vacuum, Cesspools, Sprinkler systems, Appliances, Recreational appliances.
* Thermostats or timers are not checked for accuracy or calibration.
* Air conditioners cannot be safely checked when the outside temperature has been below 60 degrees within 24 hours.