Optimal Home Inspection’s mission is to report all visible and readily identifiable concerns with homes. Using the latest technology for same day delivery, our report discloses the issues discovered along with photos of the deficiencies to help with understanding the findings.
Our Inspector utilizes the report and photos to walk the customer through the potential consequences, possible rectifications, and provides our customers with a clear understanding of the home. We help owners and buyers comprehend the issues and how they affect the home and the relative age and condition of components: heat/air, water heater, electrical, roof, installed appliances, etc.
foundation, framing, crawl space & attic, floor, wall, ceiling, roof
wall covering, flashing & trim, doors, attached decks, balconies, stoops, steps, porches & railings, eaves, soffits, fascias (where accessible), vegetation, grading, surface drainage, retaining walls, walkways, patios, driveways leading to dwelling entrances
roof covering, drainage system, flashings, skylights, chimneys, roof penetrations
interior supply & distribution - including all fixtures & faucets, drain & waste systems, water heating equipment, vents, flues, chimneys, fuel storage & distribution, drainage sumps, sump pumps, related piping
service drop, entrance conductors, cables, raceways, service equipment, main disconnects, grounding , interior components of service panels, sub-panels, conductors, over-current protection devices, lighting fixture, switches, receptacles, GFCI, amperage & voltage rating of service
installed heating systems, central & through-wall cooling equipment, vent systems, flues, chimneys, energy source
walls, ceilings, floors, steps, stairways, railings, countertops, installed cabinets, doors, windows, garage doors & operating systems
insulation & vapor retarders in unfinished spaces, ventilation of attics & foundation areas, mechanical ventilation systems
appliance type, vent system, flues & chimneys
With over 25 years experience in the construction and inspection fields, an Associates of Applied Science Degree in Environmental Sciences and Regulation/Management, and is Licensed and Insured for Residential Inspection (AHIB Lic # 1725). Jeromy spent more than 10 years as a carpenter learning the ins and outs of framing and structural components of building. The education and another 10 plus years of experience in the field working for government bodies, third party companies, and insurance companies, has given him the ability and knowledge to help identify any visible and readily identifiable issues with the major components of the home.