Plumbing: The plumbing system is inspected for any leaks, corrosion, or other problems. This includes an evaluation of the water heater, pipes, and fixtures.
A 4-point inspection is usually a more focused examination compared to a comprehensive home inspection, which covers a broader range of areas and systems in a home. Insurance companies use the information gathered from a 4-point inspection to assess the risk associated with insuring a particular property. If the inspection reveals significant problems, the homeowner may need to address these issues to qualify for or maintain insurance coverage.
HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning): The HVAC system is examined for proper function, age, and any potential issues. This includes assessing the heating and cooling systems, ventilation, and related components.
Roof: The inspector assesses the age, condition, and remaining life of the roof. They look for any signs of damage, leaks, or other issues that may affect the roof's integrity.
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Electrical System: The electrical inspection covers the wiring, electrical panels, and other components of the electrical system. The inspector checks for any outdated or unsafe wiring, as well as the overall condition of the electrical system.