Plumbing Home Inspection
Buying a property or running into water damages is one of the most expensive investments a person may ever make. Hidden plumbing problems can create significant additional post sale costs or unexpected damages. Most insurance companies today request inspection reports on a pre-purchase or on an existing home.
Whether you are looking to buy or sell a property, or just want the piece of mind for your current home a plumbing inspection report could save you thousands in potential damage or repairs.
Following inspection reports are;
- Pre-Purchase Inspection
- Insurance Inspection Report
- Insured Damage Report
- Video Camera Inspection
Homeowners can request a plumbing inspection at any time, but it is especially prudent to arrange inspections on an annual basis and when purchasing a new home.
Many homeowners schedule an annual plumbing inspection to keep up with preventive maintenance and ensure that the home’s plumbing is in good working order. A full inspection can help to pinpoint potential plumbing problems that can save money, time, and damage. Annual inspections are also a great way to keep track of appliances like water heaters, consider scheduling an inspection along with an annual flush.
When purchasing a new home, there is always a home inspector that will perform a building inspection and deliver a report. However, the report may not provide new buyers with costs associated with repairs and can miss some potential issues.
It is always a good idea to schedule an independent plumbing inspection outside of the homeowners’ inspection. Many plumbers will review the full inspection and can make recommendations on the cost of potential repairs giving new home buyers a full picture of what they are getting into with the home.Get A Quote Click To Call
What is included in a plumbing inspections?
A full plumbing inspection with one of 5 Star Plumbing expert technicians will typically last about one hour and will be a thorough overview of all visual plumbing. Customers purchasing a new home or experiencing frequent sewer backups may want to invest in a drain camera inspection to have a complete understanding of the condition of the homes plumbing and main drain line.
The professional plumbing inspections are best when:
When you are remodeling your home. Whenever there is home remodeling involved, one should get pipes checked. It is true whenever one is doing anything structurally with house, even if the pipes are not moved. Getting an inspection before starting any work is also a great idea, as then it will be clear if there is something which might prevent from doing the job in the way you want to do it. It is always a great idea to do another inspection after completing the work, in case there were some questions about pipes getting affected by the remodel.
In case you are building new house or some commercial structure. A plumber is also required for the inspection, whenever a new structure is built. Of course building pipes into home is also required, but getting an inspection done is always a great idea before the start of the work, so that one knows what to expect. It will be determined by the plumber where pipes should go.
Most of the homeowners do not think much about drains in the homes until a plumber is needed. In fact, this is probably the biggest reason why they get serious problems which could be caught early if someone had done regular plumbing inspections.Get A Quote Click To Call