If the Gas is not turned on at the time of inspection, all gas operated utilities
cannot be fully inspected. If the water is not turned on at the time of inspection, all plumbing/fixtures cannot be
fully inspected. If pilot lights are not turned on and lit, Gas Utilities cannot be fully inspected. Re-Inspection
may be available for these items upon request.
Prior to scheduling your home inspection, you
need to check on the following items with your Realtor or the listing agent.
1) Has the plumbing system been professionally de-winterized & pressurized? 2) Is the water
turned on to all plumbing fixtures in the home? 3) Is the gas turned on to the house? 4) Is the HVAC/
Heating unit turned on and pilot lights lit? 5) Is the water heater turned on and pilot light lit? 6)
Are all the necessary electrical breakers turned on at the electrical panel? 7) Is there unobstructed access to
the electrical panel? 8) Is the A/C unit turned on? (Summer Only) 9) Are there any locked areas/doors/garages? 10) Is there clear access to the attic?
In order for a complete home Inspection to be performed,
All utilities must be turned on. All additional gas appliances to be inspected,
such as wall/ceiling heaters, stoves and gas fireplaces should have their pilot Lights lit.
help insure a smoother inspection in a timely manner.
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