Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about D & D home inspection and our re-inspection policy.
What’s is a home inspection?
A home inspection is a reasonable visual inspection to disclose the condition existing on the day of the home Inspection.
How long does a home inspection take?
A home inspection typically takes between 2 to 3 hours. We recommend all system, water, gas and electrical to be turned on 24 hours in advance. This will allow any slow leaks, performance and comfort of system be tested accurately.
Do I have to attend the Home Inspection?
It is not necessary for you to be present for the home inspection. The home inspector can call you with details regarding major defects found during the inspection. Giving you a heads up on professionals that may need to be hired to further investigate these defects.
Information that home inspector may need like to see?
North Carolina Real Estate Disclosure Form, Pest Control Companies Warranties & Property Graph, Insurance claim disclosure, Contractors permits modifications & additions, Last septic tank inspection or cleaning, Service contractor for major systems – HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, ect., Date of last roof replacement.
How much does a home inspection cost?
The price is based on square footage, age and condition. Call (252)523-8255 for a free home inspection estimate.
Payment is due at time of inspection – No exceptions. We accept cash, check, paypal or all credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express) .
Can I get a re-inspection after repairs are made?
Of course! We offer a re-inspection after each complete home inspection is performed. it is Our policy is only to re-inspect after professional licensed / insured contractor. We do not inspect behind non-licensed, non-insured handymen hired by sellers trying to save a dollar. Just remember a seller who has neglected their property and allowed it to go into disrepair, will not have your best interest at heart.