General Home Inspection
Home inspections are an integral part of real estate transactions and home ownership, providing valuable information about the condition of the structure and the systems within a house. Pro Gauge Home Inspections is the company that New York and New Jersey homeowners, home buyers, contractors, and real estate agents have trusted since 2005 with their essential assessment needs. Pro Gauge Home Inspections performs affordable inspections for Home Inspection, Building Inspection, Condo Inspection, Townhouse Inspection, Multi-Unit Inspection, and New Construction Inspection needs.
Contact us today at (877)292-1755 to schedule an appointment with the inspection professionals
at ProGauge Home Inspections in NYC and NJ.
We offer following specialized inspection services:
- Fences, Garden walls
- Paved walks, Drives and Patios
- Retaining walls
- Decks, Terraces
- Trees, Scrubs
- Surface drainage
Pro Gauge Home Inspections’ home inspectors typically inspect newly built or previously owned homes, condominiums, town homes, and other dwellings. Prospective home buyers often hire home inspectors to check and report on a home’s structure and overall condition. Sometimes, homeowners hire a home inspector to evaluate their home’s condition before placing it on the market.
In addition to examining structural quality, home inspectors examine all home systems and features, including roofing, exterior walls, attached garage or carport, foundation, interior, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems. They look for and report violations of building codes, but home inspectors do not have the power to enforce compliance with the codes.
What To Expect From Your Pro Gauge Home Inspections Service:
The amount of time needed on-site for Pro Gauge Home Inspections to inspect a multi-family home depends on the number of units. Feel free to contact us to find out how much time we expect we’ll need to evaluate and document your new home. Our report preparation requires additional office time following the on-site inspection.
For A Multi-Family Home…
Your multi-unit building inspection will include, but is not limited to, the following items, systems and components; assuming they are present and accessible: