A typical home inspection includes a visual inspection and operational check of the following:

  • Lead Testing Florence, SC • Structural Systems—foundations, floors, walls, etc.
  • Electrical Systems—wiring, main service panels, conductors, switches, receptacles, etc.
  • Air Conditioning Systems—cooling and air handling equipment, controls, and ducting.
  • Heating Systems—equipment, safety controls, distribution systems, chimneys, etc.
  • Plumbing Systems—piping, fixtures, faucets, water heating, fuel storage system, etc.
  • Ventilation and Insulation—attics, basements, walls, floors, foundations, kitchen, bathrooms, etc.
  • Roofing—coverings, flashings, chimneys, etc.
  • Exterior—siding, windows, decks, garage doors, drainage, retaining walls, etc.
  • Interior—partitions, ceilings, floors, doors, windows, built-in appliances, etc.

manufactured (mobile) home foundation inspections

Foundation certification FHA /HUD compliance.

Mold Inspections

We offer the BEST mold inspections in Florence, SC!

Mold can come in many different varieties. They can cause serious problems that can wreak havoc on your building and your health. Give Mike McEwan a call to perform your residential or commercial mold inspection today!

Lead Testing

Home Inspections of Florence offers fast, economical and reliable lead-based paint inspections. Give Mike a call today to have your home, school or daycare tested!!

After the inspection, the inspector will provide a comprehensive report explaining his findings. Sometimes he will suggest further evaluation by a specialist, such as a licensed contractor or structural engineer.

Type of Inspections

As a prospective buyer, you want to know the condition of the home’s components and mechanical systems.
When building a home, it is best to do a home inspection prior to closing to ensure your new construction meets all your expectations.
This is most often an overlooked inspection. If you plan to sell your home you will want to know what is wrong with it to avoid conflicts with prospective buyers.
This is done prior to your one year warranty expiring on your new house.
This is done with a bank during phases of new construction as the contractor draws a check from the bank.

  • A re-inspection is done after all deficiencies are repaired.
  • Exterior grounds, drainage, and utility feeds to the property.
  • The condition of the exterior finish and materials.
  • Decks, patios, porches, stoops, sunrooms.
  • Driveways, walkways, and exterior stairs.
  • The roof, gutters, downspouts, chimneys.
  • Electrical systems.
  • Plumbing systems.
  • Interior heating and cooling systems.
  • Carpet, appliances, lighting, flooring and bath fixtures.
  • The structural integrity of the home.

And much more – too numerous to list here!