A residential home inspection includes a visual inspection of all the major components of the home. The home inspector will start with the exterior, evaluating the condition of the siding, trim and windows as well as the foundation, driveway, sidewalks, grade, air conditioner, electrical porches, and decks. After a thorough inspection of the roof and any chimneys, if requested, the inspector will move to the interior, working from the attic and down to the basement, testing and operating electrical outlets and lights, checking the bathrooms, fixed kitchen appliances, windows, and doors. The home inspector also visually inspects the walls, ceilings, and floors. After completing the structural inspection, the HVAC system will be operated and evaluated along with the water heater and electrical panel. Again, the purpose of this property inspection is to provide home buyers with as much information as possible and limit the amount of risk involved in what is usually a persons largest investment. Whether you need home loan inspections or townhouse inspections, ADP Home Inspection can handle it. From complete home inspections to just minor room consultations, our he is here to help every step of the way with your residential inspection. Call ADP Home Inspection today for more information.