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Home Maintenance Inspections

Winter weather can wreak havoc on your home, both internally and externally. With the change to Spring weather, it is time to find and address any minor issues before they become bigger expenses. Let Detecta inspect your home and provide you with a detailed report identifying maintenance and repairs specific to your home. Call us at 201.249.7138 today!

What is a Home Maintenance Inspection?

At Detecta, we offer home maintenance inspections. These inspections are similar to Seller's Inspections, but can be limited to focus on only those components and systems of the home that could be impacted by seasonal changes. Similar to a Seller's Inspection, an inspection report is provided to the homeowner that details the systems and components of the home that are in need of repair, require annual or seasonal maintenance or that should be monitored for potential follow-up.

The home maintenance check can be as involved and detailed as a standard home inspection, or limited to only those specific areas the homeowner would like inspected. Often, the home maintenance inspection includes the exterior of the home (roof, gutters/downspouts, siding, exterior of windows and doors, grading around the home, walkways, driveways, decks, and patios) and portions of the interior of the home, including the basement, attic, and crawlspace. Heating and cooling systems are inspected along with other systems in those areas (water heaters and sump pumps for example).

Often excluded from the maintenance check are the living spaces (bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, living room, dining room, etc.) and their systems and components, although they can be included if desired.

If you haven't looked up at your roof lately, or been in your attic or crawlspace recently, call Detecta for a home maintenance inspection!

For more specific information on home maintenance inspections and to discuss options and inclusions for your home, call Detecta today! 201.249.7138

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