A sewer scope inspection is performed for homeowners who are experiencing slow drains/blockage, or wish to verify the absence of those items, in the sewer system. Sewer scope inspection of the main lateral lines beneath the structure & yard lines. (For homes with a septic system sewer scope inspection will only be performed for the lateral lines beneath the structure).
An irrigation inspection is an inspection of a home’s sprinkler system and the components that make it up. Although much of your sprinkler system is located underground, your inspector will not be digging up the yard to look at the underground components. However, they can tell a lot by doing a visual analysis of the system and above-ground components. If your irrigation system has small issues, you might not notice them right away. Over time the issues will worsen and can be costly to fix. Water leaks can cause grading issues to your home, with water pooling around the foundation and eventually allowing it to shift – which is difficult and expensive to repair.
A pool / spa inspection is performed for people who are buying a home with a pool or spa. A pool / spa inspection is an observation of the condition of the pool, pool equipment, and yard grading around the pool.
An outbuilding inspection is performed for people who are buying or selling a home with an outbuilding. (ie: pool house, guest house, apartment, etc.) An outbuilding inspection covers the same items as the buyer’s inspection – including the foundation level measurement and infrared scan.