Residential / Commercial 
Inspections

Inspections in Alabama are regulated by the State Building Commission.  At a minimum, every home inspection must include all items on the state's Standards of Practice.  As Alabama is a "buyer-be-ware" state, this can help provide peace of mind that an extensive, consistent standard is set forth.

Residential Inspections
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STRUCTURE

Foundations, support columns, flooring, walls, roofing.

ROOFING

Roofing covering, drainage system, chimneys, flashing.

EXTERIOR / INTERIOR

Site grading & drainage, walkways, driveways, retaining walls, siding, windows, decks, walls, flooring, stairs, handrails, etc.

ELECTRICAL

Service to the house, electric panels, switches, outlets, fixtures, GFCI outlets, smoke & carbon monoxide detectors.

PLUMBING

Fixtures, supply & drain lines, vent system, water heaters, gas / propane lines & storage tanks.

HVAC

Air conditioners and type of heating, age, function and size, ducts, filtration, fire places.

INSULATION & VENTILATION

Types and amount of insulation, ventilation of bathrooms, dryers, attics & crawl spaces.

BUILT-IN APPLIANCES
Ranges, microwaves, dishwasher, hoods, food disposers, etc.  

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Commercial Inspections

Commercial inspections are tailored to the business being inspected.  A restaurant will have specific requirements that are different from an office building or a daycare.  No matter what building you are buying, you should have a certified commercial inspector thoroughly investigate the building and provide a detailed report.  

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