Before selling your property it is highly recommended that you conduct a proper inspection of the home to ensure that at the time of putting your home on the market all items of interest from the buyer will have been taken care of.
Four-point inspections identify key areas that most commonly result in insurance claims. If a home fails all or part of the inspection, the inspector will go over what needs to be fixed or replaced to alleviate deficiencies.
These areas include the electrical wiring and panel, HVAC system, plumbing and roof condition.
Not to be confused with a buyers or new home inspection, this inspection is solely for the eligibility of your home to meet that criteria of a desirable property.