Frequently Asked Questions

Although most questions are answered within the "Services" and "The Inspection Report" screens. Here are some other commonly asked questions:

Q1. There are many home inspectors in the market place, what is the difference between them and Treasure?

A1. Yes, there are many home inspectors. With Treasure, you have the assurance that a trained and certified professional inspector will do the job keeping your best interest in mind. 
During the inspection we will also teach you, to ensure you can continue to maintain the home and keep up its value over the course of your occupancy.

Q2. What standards do you follow?

A2. The inspection is preformed according to the National Association of Home Inspectors STANDARDS OF PRACTICE. They have established the standards for the industry.

Q3. What type of inspection are you preforming?

A3. We do a VISUAL, noninvasive - nondestructive inspection. (this means we can not see through the walls or floors, nor will we put any holes through them)

Q4. What exactly will you be inspecting?

A4. The full scope of our inspection is found in our standards of practice. However here is a brief overview:
We inspect and evaluate the homes structure, roof, attic, plumbing, electrical, and mechanical systems. Also we'll inspect the built in appliances, check the attic for insulation and ventilation.

Q5. What don't you inspect?

A5. The full scope of our inspection is found in our standards of practice. However here is a brief overview:
It is beyond the scope of the inspection to comment on or evaluate air or water quality, hazardous materials such as lead in paint, or asbestos, radon or any toxic materials or molds. We will not be testing for environmental concerns.

Q6. What type of guarantee do you offer?

A6. With Treasure Home Inspection, we will support you with any questions or concerns you may have over the course of your occupancy. However, due to most closing dates being 30 - 120 days after the inspection, there is no warranty or guarantee on the inspection itself. We will document what is working on the day of the inspection for your benefit, but do not know if it will be working as of the closing date.
If any issues do arise, as your home inspector we will work with your realtor and lawyer until you as the client are satisfied. Your best interests always come first!
It is the responsibility of your realtor and lawyer to go back to the vendors for any just compensation.

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