Home Inspector Fayetteville NC
910 401 3573
The inspectors at WIN Home Inspection Fayetteville conduct a visual inspection and performance evaluation on all major mechanical and structural systems of the property.
WIN Home Inspection inspection reports provide you with valuable information and knowledge crucial in the decision of purchasing real estate and gives you peace of mind and confidence.
All components are checked for Adequacy, Age, Lifespan, Condition Maintenance, Efficiency, & Safety.
WIN Home Inspection is here to provide you with the best in home and commercial inspection needs.
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E.I.F.S. STUCCO INSPECTIONS
Interior Inspection Includes:
- Wall & Floor Framing
- Attic Venting & Insulation
- Heating & Cooling Systems
- Plumbing System
- Water Heater
- Walls, Ceilings & Floors
- Building Structure
- Basement & Crawl Spaces
- Electrical System
- Sump & Ejector Pumps
- Gas Leak Detection
- Appliances & Fixtures
Exterior Inspection Includes:
- Exterior Walls
- Roof Drainage
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- New Construction Inspections • Pre-Closing Consulting • Final Walk Through & Punch List
- Reserve Studies • Energy Efficiency Audits • Consulting
Before buying or leasing a commercial property it is essential to perform a comprehensive inspection.
An inspection ensures that the property is safe, up to specifications, and the structural components and mechanical systems are properly functioning.
Our professional property condition review will help in making an informed decision regarding your real estate transaction.
We inspect all types of commercial properties:
- Block and Steel Buildings
- Manufacturing Buildings
- Retail Spaces
- Strip Malls
- Office Buildings
- Residential Complexes
Mold can be troublesome whether you are buying or selling a home. Mold can mean interior water leaks, structural damage, and health concerns.
Fayetteville’s WIN Home Inspections understands how important an accurate assessment of the presence of mold is, as well as the damage caused, and the related health concerns.
When to Test for Mold:
- When purchasing a new home.
- After any type of flooding, roof leaks or water penetration.
- When you smell mold or mildew, even if it is not visually noticeable.
- If anyone in your home is suffering with respiratory problems, or chronic colds or flus.
Radon is a Class A carcinogen and is the second leading cause to over 20,000 cases of lung cancer a year.
With the severe health effects radon can bring, the EPA highly recommends testing for radon, as testing is the only way to know if your family is at risk in your home.
Safe and reliable radon testing is a must when looking to buy or sell a home.
Our team of professionals offer the most exact form of radon testing available.
For more information on Radon, see the EPA's website listed here.