Our condo inspections are very much like our home inspections but there are a few differences. The primary purpose of a condo inspection is to give you the best information of anything in your home that you’ll be responsible for paying for once you are the homeowner.
In a condo inspection, your inspector will focus on the interior of your unit. They will check your floors, ceilings, windows and walls. They will check the unit’s interior plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems. Structural components, like foundation, roof, and building exterior are considered common elements and are typically not your responsibility to maintain or repair as an individual homeowner (always verify what is your responsibility with the condo or homeowners’ association). The same usually applies to common areas, such as grounds, sidewalks and walkways, parking lots, etc. The closer your condo is to a single-family home, the closer our inspection will be to our standard home inspection. With condo units that are apartment style, these inspections will be limited to the interior of your unit and the items listed above.
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