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FAQ Dodson Home Inspections, certified Las Vegas Home Inspectors

Most Fequently Asked Questions:

What is a home inspection?

A home inspection a visual examination of the mechanical, electrical or plumbing systems of a structure or of the structural components of a structure.

What is a inspection report?

"Inspection Report" is an analysis, opinion or conclusion, regarding the condition of a structure, that is: A. Provided after an inspection, in a written report, for or with the expectation of receiving compensation for the report; and B. Designed to describe and identify the inspected systems or structural components of the structure, their physical condition, any material defect and any recommendation for evaluation by another person.

Why should I get a home inspection?

A big concern most home buyers have is why should I pay for a home inspection when it is not required? A home inspection can be used as a contingency in your purchase offer. A defect may be discovered and this allows you to back out of your offer, free of penalty, within a certain time frame. Hiring a home inspector can assure you your home is safe to live in by inspecting for safety issues. A home inspection is a must and you should not forgo this option.

Should I be there for my home inspection?

Here at Dodson Home Inspections we feel it is very important for you to arrive at the conclusion of your inspection, along with your Realtor, so we can review your inspection.

Will the home inspector be able to identify problems that are concealed behind building finishes or exist in areas that are either inaccessible or only partially accessible?

NO. The home inspection is a limited visual inspection as a generalist. Areas that are inaccessible are not part of this inspection including but not limited to: behind walls, furniture, under rugs, inaccessible areas and below soil.

How will I receive my inspection report?

Dodson Home Inspections provides you with a written report via email. You will receive a email within 24 hours after your home inspection is completed. The email will provide you with a user name and password. Also in the email will be a link which directs you to our website where you can log-in to view your report. Your inspection report will always be available to you.

How long will my home inspection take?

The time it takes for a home inspector to inspect a property depends on the size, age, and condition. Most inspections vary between two to four hours in length.

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