Geauga County Home Inspections

FHA (Federal Housing Authority) since 1934 has been making the dream of home ownership available to all Americans. Many who doubted home ownership would be in their future due to low-income or moderate, now find it a reality. Pre-manufactured or modular homes have helped many in rural communities such as Geauga County reach the goal of home ownership. While many of these homes qualify for FHA insurance, the property must meet minimum standards for health, safety and structural soundness set by HUD (US Department of Housing & Urban Development). For a pre-manufactured or modular home to be classified as real estate it must include at least 400 square feet of living space and be attached to a permanent foundation. The permanent foundation must be attached to real property. The home has to be registered with the local Geauga County municipality as real property and be taxed as real property.

Components of a Keystone Home Inspection Checklist

These are just some of the guidelines that your expert accredited Keystone Geauga County home inspector will be familiar with. So that your potential home will be rigorously compared against the standing housing codes and federal regulations. Your Geauga County Keystone housing inspection report will include these components:

  • Structural Components
  • Exterior
  • Roofing
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Heating
  • Air Conditioning (if equipped)
  • Interiors
  • Insulation and Ventilation
  • Fireplaces and solid fuel burning appliances

As Geauga County's premier ASHI accredited home inspection company, Keystone adheres to the ASHI Standards of Practice and Ethics, by inspecting readily accessible, visually observable, installed domestic systems and components in the property. The system and components are inspected as to functionality, significant deficiencies, safety and to determine if the unit is near the end of its service life. In your Keystone home inspection report recommendations are given to correct and or monitor the deficiencies for future corrections. A reasonable explanation as to the nature of those deficiencies, that are not self-evident, are reported. If there were any systems or components that were present but not inspected (such as exclusions requested by the client) will be noted on the home inspection along with the reason as to why it was not inspected.

If you are considering buying a home in Geauga County or planning on selling your current home, please feel free to contact Keystone Home Inspection with your questions about our services. You can also use our online inspection scheduling page to have us perform a home inspection when you need it.

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