A Condo Inspection is a non-evasive evaluation of the visible and accessible structure, systems and components of a condo that is the owners responsibility.  We always recommend that our clients check with their home owner’s association to find out what they are responsible for.  While a condo inspection will not reveal every issue that exists and is not a warranty of the current or future condition of the condo, our inspectors are trained to identify material defects within a condo that may have a significant, adverse impact on the value of the property as well as those that pose an unreasonable or unsafe risk to the occupants.

Our Condo Inspections include:

  • decks, stoops, porches, walkways and railings;
  • basement, foundation and crawlspace if applicable;
  • heating system;
  • cooling system;
  • main water shut-off valves;
  • water heating system;
  • interior plumbing fixtures and faucets;
  • drainage sump pump with accessible float;
  • electrical service line and meter box if applicable;
  • main disconnect and service amperage if applicable;
  • electrical panels, breakers and fuses;
  • grounding and bonding;
  • GFCIs and AFCIs;
  • fireplace damper door and hearth;
  • insulation and ventilation;
  • garage doors, safety sensors and openers;
  • and much more!

Review our Standards of Practice at www.nachi.org/sop.htm for complete details.

We do recommend that our clients attend the inspection.

A complete easy-to-read report along with digital photos will be available within 24 hours of inspection.

FREE WITH EVERY CONDO INSPECTION:

  • Free home maintenance book, “Now That You’ve Had a Home Inspection” that will guide you through the systems of a typical house, how they work, and how to maintain them.

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Our Fans

We were very impressed with Sandusky Bay Inspections and Scott, the inspector, who provided a thorough documentation for our review. His customer service was excellent, photographs were taken and emailed to us within 24 hours to show potential problem areas. Websites were provided for further education on problematic areas as well as recommendations for maintenance,

Joan V. August 7, 2015

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IAC2 Mold Certified


Certifications acquired through home inspector training from InterNACHI