Home Inspections

GeorgiaSpec is the premier home inspection service provider of Northeast Metro Atlanta. Having performed home inspections for both sellers and buyers, new construction inspections, investment property inspections, and 45-day and 1-year Home Inspections for warranty coverage. GeorgiaSpec Inspectors have built a reputation on performing high quality home inspections with detailed inspection reports that provide our clients with the knowledge, leverage and advantage in the competitive real estate market of Gwinnett County, Barrow County, Walton County, Hall County, Jackson County, Clark County, and the surrounding areas.

We understand that you are placing your trust in GeorgiaSpec inspectors to provide a detailed, competent inspection. It’s a responsibility we do not take lightly. Our professional home inspection service is intended to reduce your risk as a home buyer and reduce potential losses as a home seller. Our detailed home inspections and thorough inspection reports will make the entire home buying process easier and less stressful for buyers or sellers involved in the real estate process. We know home structures and systems more than anyone, but most of all we enjoy providing our clients with this experience and knowledge in a home inspection service that will protect and empower them to make safe informed decisions while going through the stressful process of buying or selling a home.

We encourage all of our clients to accompany us during their home inspection. But if you can’t be there you will be well represented in your absence. Rest assured that we document everything in great detail. We are available to answer your questions during the inspection and provide support and advice on your home long after the inspection is completed. Because all homes have some level of defects or deficiencies, your inspector will identify and report on both serious problems and smaller deficiencies. He will also make sure to distinguish between what’s serious and what’s typical. Essentially, we want to identify issues that can have a negative impact on the value and/or safety of your property. Our inspection process will help you to get the most benefit from the inspection buy increasing your understanding of the property thereby limiting your risk in purchase.

You'll get a comprehensive report that is easy to understand. Everything identified during the inspection will be included in the report.

AHIT CertifiedA home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. Home inspections are usually conducted by a home inspector who has the training and certifications to perform such inspections. The inspector prepares and delivers to the client a written report of findings. The client then uses the knowledge gained to make informed decisions about their pending real estate purchase. The home inspector describes the condition of the home at the time of inspection but does not guarantee future condition, efficiency, or life expectancy of systems or components.[1] n inspector will check the roof, basement, heating system, water heater, air-conditioning system, structure, plumbing, electrical, and many other aspects of buildings looking for improper building practices, those items that require extensive repairs, items that are general maintenance issues, as well as some fire and safety issues.[2] However, it should also be noted that a home inspection is not technically exhaustive and does not imply that every defect will be discovered. A general list of exclusions include but are not limited to: code or zoning violations, permit research, property measurements or surveys, boundaries, easements or right of way, conditions of title, proximity to environmental hazards, noise interference, soil or geological conditions, well water systems or water quality, underground sewer lines and/or waste disposal systems, buried piping, cisterns, underground water tanks and sprinkler systems to name a few. A complete list of standards and procedures for home inspections can be found at NAHI, ASHI or InterNACHI or IHINA websites. A general inspection standard for all types of buildings can be found at the National Academy of Building Inspection Engineers (NABIE).

A home inspector is sometimes confused with a real estate appraiser.

A home inspector determines the condition of a structure, whereas an appraiser determines the value of a property. Although not all states or municipalities in the U.S. regulate home inspectors, there are some professional associations for home inspectors that provide education, training, and networking opportunities. A professional home inspection is an examination of the current condition of a house. It is not an inspection to verify compliance with appropriate codes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

GeorgiaSpec abides by the Georgia Trade practice act (Chapter 3, Title 8) enacted in 1994. Georgia law requires home inspectors to provide written documents containing certain information with regard to inspections. This written document must include the scope of the inspection, including the structural elements and systems to be inspected, that the inspection is a visual inspection, and that the home inspector will notify, in writing, the person on whose behalf such inspection is being made of any defects noted during the inspection.

Home Inspection by GeorgiaSpec

InterNACHI CertifiedGeorgiaSpec follows the InterNACHI international Standards of Practice for Performing a General Home Inspection

The Standards of Practice provide the minimum standards of performance for a written report on a residential home inspection performed by and for the exclusive use of members of the National Association of Home Inspectors, Inc.

The Standards define and clarify the purpose, conditions, limitations, exclusions, and certain terms relating to an inspection. The purpose of the NAHI Code of Ethics is to maintain the integrity and high standard of skill and practice in the home inspection profession. These rules of conduct and ethics shall be binding upon the NAHI inspector.

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Areas Served:

Banks County | Barrow County | Forsyth County | Gwinnett County
Hall County | Jackson County
InterNACHI Certified Inspector
Certified American Home Inspector
Building Performance Institute
Certified by EPA

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