Oh Dear (Deer)

When the home inspector rounded the corner into a family room last winter… He did a double-take, as a full size deer was looking at him… He had to take the photo shot.deer2 plesanton

After years of inspections, a good inspector develops a sense about the condition of a property.

When they walk into each room of house, a seasoned inspector knows almost instinctively what they’re inspecting in that room.

For example, when they’re in the kitchen, each appliance has a function and the inspector determines whether or not the appliances respond to their operating controls; or if there are signs of damage, over-heating or water leakage… The inspector will look at the floor, ceiling and wall surfaces… Check out the electrical and plumbing in the kitchen… They will look at the condition of counters and cabinets, etc. and many more things too numerous to mention here.

After several thousand inspections, the drill may begin to look routine to some inspectors; but complacency has no place in a good inspector’s vocabulary.

You can count on the experienced inspectors at Pacific Coast Inspections, Inc. to be keenly aware of their surroundings and not wake up in the middle of the night saying, “Oh dear, I missed something at that inspection today.”

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