Coastal Home Inspectors are provided your Condo Inspection Experts. Our inspectors are trained in Condo Inspections. We have extensive experience with Condo and home developments.
Coastal Home Inspectors goes above and beyond with our Condo Inspections looking at appliances, common areas for major issues, mechanical spaces (if access is available) and the living area of the condo.
Many System Condo Inspection values of practice
Includes Electrical, Plumbing, Structure, Heating & Cooling, Interior, Insulation and Ventilation, Fireplaces, Life Safety Systems, and More.
List of Inspected part (over two hundred actual things checked)
What is a Condo Inspection?
A Condo Inspection is a form of the home inspection ordered by the buyer or owner of a condo that consists of a walk throughout inspection of the interior system of the element.
What is included in a Condo Inspection?
A condo inspection is
Plumbing System, include faucets, toilets, bathtubs, and showers
Including Windows, walls, floors, doors
Ductwork and Vents
It will also include annotations and recommendation, for example – issues with door/hardware, caulking/grout, air filter, and more…
Some inspectors may check the appliance, including a recall check which, as the name describe, lets you know if any of the appliances in the home have been recalled. Though, it’s vital to note that some inspection of appliances is not mandatory and the inclusion of this in an inspection will be different from one inspector to another.
In general, and understandably, an inspection on a condo will be less comprehensive and expensive than an inspection in a home. Although it is true that there are fewer systems to examine in a condo unit, you shouldn’t devalue the benefits of having a home inspector examine these condo features since the cost to have them repair once out of guarantee will without a doubt far exceed the price tag on an inspection.
Benefits of Condo Inspections
One of the main benefits of a condo inspection early, in the case of a new condo, is being able to sort out issues you cannot be alert of with the builder while still under guarantee. In the case of resale condos, at times a renegotiation of the price might be possible if you include a pass off a condo inspection as a condition of sale.
It is unfortunate but there may have been a poor system of some item, so even a brand new condo could have a number of costly problems not necessarily related to deterioration or due to age. The worth in having an impartial third party come in and point out any deficiency or potential risks is immeasurable.
Lastly, at this time there are the top 3 reasons for getting a condo inspection.
The condo is more than 5 years old. We recommend condo inspections no matter the age, but in the casing of a condo that is more than five years old – it is highly imperative.