Winter brings a plethora of obstacles when it comes to your home. By this, we mean that the winter weather can bring some difficult problems to your home if you don’t take care of them properly. The cold weather combined with snow can have an effect on your home and your home’s utilities. Having a residential inspection done during the winter can help you save money on potential problems with your home.
Winter Home Inspections Can Spot Problems
Your heating is susceptible to issues during the winter. With a home inspection, we can get down to the problems and make sure things are working properly. Your HVAC system allows you to provide heat throughout the home. Since the heat is usually running during the winter, we can make sure temperatures are balanced. We can easily check for leaks and repair issues during this process.
Since the weather can be bad during the winter, you’ll want to make sure everything is working in case something goes wrong. Here are some things we can check to make sure you winter season is a smooth one:
- Inspect structure and foundation of the home
- Make sure all electrical has no faults
- Plumbing is in check
- Heating Appliances are working
- Exterior and roof inspection
The Benefits of a Home Inspection During the Winter
If you haven’t had a home inspection done before the winter season, you don’t have to worry. We have the ability to inspect your home at any time. A winter home inspection can benefit you greatly because we may be able to spot problems before they get out of hand. Additionally, we have the ability to implement infrared thermal inspections to spot problems.