What we inspect

Home Inspections

We ensure all details are simple, seamless and handled in a timely manner. Whenever you work with K2inspections.co, you can trust that your mobile homes, condos, townhouses, single and multifamily homes with less than four units are in great hands.

Home inspection requirements vary greatly from state to state, but the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) has a page that outlines minimum and uniform standards that you should expect from an inspection. They include the following:

  • Structural elements: Construction of visible foundation, evidence of sagging or bowing of the structure, and window alignment

  • Safety: Operating fire and carbon monoxide alarms, condition of stairs, hand and guardrails, and garage door openers

  • Grounds: Proper drainage, and condition of the house's driveways, fences, and sidewalks

  • Roof: Condition of shingles, any repairs/patches to flat roofs, clear vents, damage to chimneys, and properly working gutters

  • Exterior surfaces: Correct clearance between ground and siding material, condition of exterior paint or siding, and properly working lights and electrical outlets

  • Attic: Sufficient insulation, proper ventilation, and any sign of leaking or water damage

  • Interior plumbing: No damaged or leaking pipes, proper hot water temperature, as well as functioning toilets, sinks, bathtubs, and showers

  • Electrical system: Up-to-code condition and type of visible wiring, and proper function of circuit breakers, outlets, light fixtures, and fans

  • Appliances: Proper function of stove, dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, washer and dryer, and all other appliances

  • Heating and cooling systems: Condition of furnace, air conditioning (temperature permitting), water heater, chimney, and fireplace

  • Basement: Solid foundation, walls, and floors, with no signs of water intrusion or damage

  • Garage: Solid foundation, windows, ceiling, framing, and roof; working garage door opener; up-to-code electrical system; and proper function of outlets