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Our licensed and insured Oklahoma home inspectors are qualified and trained in-house to perform exhaustive visual inspection services on all Oklahoma real estate. Whether you are an agent booking for clients, a veteran investor or a new home buyer, Hearth and Home’s home inspectors will make sure your inspection services are efficient, your reports are thorough and you have all the information needed to move forward in the home buying process.

Education Along With Information

On top of a comprehensive report, our inspectors conduct an on-site, in-person review following all inspection services to inform your team of any immediate concerns, as well as answer any questions you may have.

A Resource For The Future

Our home inspectors are available following your inspection services to answer any questions that come up along the way. We love developing relationships with our clients being your lifelong resource. Hearth and Home will be your expert guide through the home inspection process and your emotional support through the home-owning process!

Why Do You Need A Home Inspection?

Why Do You Need A Home Inspection

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Why Do You Need A Home Inspection


Your inspector will do a visual inspection regarding the current condition of the overall structure and foundation of the property. They will note any issues in the report, including cracks, sagging or settling. Foundational issues can make or break a home and repairs can be expensive and extensive. Knowing about your property’s foundation is key in saving you time, money and stress.

Why Do You Need A Home Inspection


Your inspector will do a visual inspection of all basement and crawlspace areas and note problems such as leaks, seepage or rot due to water damage, improper foundation piers or damaged ductwork in the report. This knowledge could save you from an unexpected basement flood or detrimental foundation settling down the road!

Why Do You Need A Home Inspection

Front Porch

Your inspector will do a visual inspection of all exterior walls of the property, including garages, porches, balconies and fences. Outbuildings and detached garages can also be inspected for an additional fee. Your inspector will note things such as any damage to the exterior façade, loose bricks or damaged siding, any drainage issues they see that may cause water damage, and any trees whose proximity to the structure may pose a hazard.

Why Do You Need A Home Inspection


Your inspector will evaluate the condition and operation of any appliances in the home, including ovens, ranges, laundry machines, refrigerators and freezers. The inspector will note any damaged or inoperable appliances, as well as any items that have outlasted their lifespan and need to be replaced.

Why Do You Need A Home Inspection

Living Room

Your inspector will do a visual inspection of all interiors, including the window seals, door functions, staircase and banister safety, flooring irregularities or warping and fireplace condition. Keep in mind, inspectors will not move furniture or belongings during an inspection, so if there are any specific areas you want inspected, be sure to request the seller pull all belongings and furniture away from these areas.

Why Do You Need A Home Inspection


Your inspector will test the condition and functionality of all interior plumbing throughout the property, including toilets, sinks, tubs, showers and water heaters. The inspector will note on the report any leaks, improper installation of plumbing equipment, or drainage issues they find.

Why Do You Need A Home Inspection


Your inspector will check the electric breaker panel for any safety hazards and visually inspect wiring throughout the property. They will note any deteriorated or improper wiring they can see, as well as check all plug functions, ceiling fans, smoke and CO2 monitors and junction boxes. Keep in mind, inspectors cannot see through walls, so any electrical concerns you have that are not visually accessible will need to be evaluated by a licensed electrician.

Why Do You Need A Home Inspection


Your inspector will visually inspect the attic, whether finished or unfinished and note things such as any interior roof damage, water damage or interior leaks, missing or deteriorated insulation and ventilation concerns. You inspector will also inspect the functionality and condition of any appliances located in the attic, such as furnaces and AC units and associated ductwork, noting any damage, improper installation or airflow concerns. Remember, inspectors will not move furniture or belongings, so talk to the seller and make sure the attic and appliances are accessible and any areas you have concerns about are cleared of belongings.

Why Do You Need A Home Inspection


You inspector will always do a visual inspection of the roof from the ground. If weather and structure permits, your inspector may also get onto the roof and do a closer visual inspection from there. The inspector will notify you of any defective or improper flashings, damaged shingles and any uneven or sagging roof areas that could create water traps or leaks. Your inspector will also inform you of any tree limb contact that could pose a hazard as well as any gutter issues they can see. Roof inspections are one of the most important parts of a home inspection, as roof imperfections can lead to much more significant problems such as leaks and structure damage if not maintained properly.

Visual Inspection

Your inspector will start with a 500-point visual inspection of the property, focusing on the Structure, Exterior Conditions, Roof and Attic, Plumbing, Electrical, Heat and AC Zones, Appliances and Interior Features. Your inspector will note how the property is built, as well as safety hazards and maintenance recommendations in your easy to understand inspection report.

Test Functionality of Systems

Your inspector will test the operation of all appliances and functional items throughout the home, including doors and windows, lighting, appliances, ceiling fans, sprinkler systems, fireplaces, etc. Your report will note the age and condition of appliances as well as recommend replacements if things aren’t in good shape.

On-Site Review

Your inspector will sit down with you on-site and review any big-ticket items they found, as well as answer your questions regarding the property. Don’t worry if you can’t remember everything. You will get the full report within 48 hours and you can call or text us anytime with questions or concerns.

Detailed Report

Following inspection services, your report will be reviewed by a master inspector and sent to you within 48 hours. If you have any further questions or concerns after reviewing your report, give us a call or shoot us a text. We are here to support our clients and agents through home buying, as well as home ownership.

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