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All of our through home inspections include the following major areas. Each area includes many detailed points of inspection. Our 35+ page report details these points of inspection in a clear concise document. We also provide important consumer and safety information with every report.
Cedar Hill Home Inspection conducts "Continuous Monitoring" electronic radon screening following strict adherence to Federal EPA Protocol EPA 402-R-92-003 for all testing.
Concerned about you well water quality? Order a well water quality test, we can include EDBs (tobacco growing areas). We will collect the samples and have them analyzed at a local laboratory.
All our home inspections include the following:
All major components of the home
Additional services we provide at additional charge
Services provided by licensed contractors at additional charge
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A home inspection is not a guarantee or warranty that no defects exist. Areas to be inspected must be readily accessible free of personal property and debris. We will not inspect areas deemed to be hazardous or if the inspector believes damage may occur from the inspection. Your inspector will not do destructive testing nor will he disassemble systems’ components. Your inspector cannot speculate what he thinks he might find. He must be able to actually observe the condition at the time of the inspection. Other exclusions are clearly stated in State of Connecticut Home Inspection Standards.
A home inspection is generalized in scope; it is not a substitute for specialized in-depth analysis of a specific trade, component or system. Your home inspector may have specialized training, education and experience in a number of construction related fields. State, federal and recognized professional trade organizations prohibit the home inspector from acting, for example, as a structural engineer. This is not to say that he cannot report his observations. For example he could write, "observed sloping floor and cracked walls" and that he "recommends further investigation by a licensed structural engineer". The same is true for other issues and observations. Your inspector may observe and report on conditions and recommend the appropriate specialized trade.
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