Residential Inspection List
Oklahoma Home Inspection
A specific component inspection that generally includes the items in the Home Inspection Law.
Site Drainage and/or Sub-Grade Moisture Infiltration
Performed by a licensed professional Engineer or Technical Inspector. Applies to water in sub-slab air ducts, site drainage, crawl spaces, and/or basements.
Roof Surface Inspection
Performed by a licensed engineer or technical inspector with the use of a ladder and/or binoculars. A drone camera may be used, with an additional cost, for roofs that are steep, 2-story, wet, or tile or wood shingles.
Private Septic Sewer System
Performed by a licensed home inspector. A "flood and dye" test and physical examination of visible components are used to determine function of Septic System.
Engineers Full Structural Inspection
Performed by a licensed professional engineer. Inspects foundation, framing, and veneers. For Manufactured Home, please click here.
Fixtures, Equipment, and Systems Inspection
Formerly known as an Electrical, Mechanical, and Plumbing inspection (EMP). Performed by a licensed technical inspector.
Wood Destroying Insects and/or Wood Destroying Organisms
Performed by a licensed pest control company.
Security System Inspection
Performed by a licensed security company on existing built-in security systems. A proposal to install a security system is included if the property does not already have one installed.
Radon Gas Test
Following NEHA Testing Protocols, this test can be performed using by an Electronic Continuous Radon Monitor with same day results or Canisters with results in 48 hours.
Mold Spore Air and/or Physical Sampling and Report
Performed by a Certified Environmental Inspector. Three (3) air samples and/or physical samples are sent overnight to the laboratory to identify any mold.
Performed by a certified environmental inspector. An examination and detailed report for environmental hazards that may be exposed on site.
Swimming Pool and/or Spa
Performed by an experienced and licensed inspector. Inspection also includes observation of permanent equipment.
Water Well and Equipment Inspection
Performed by a certified environmental inspector. Includes operation of equipment and laboratory analysis of a water sample for Coliform Bacteria.
Winterization and De-Winterization
Performed by a Licensed Inspector and in compliance with municipal regulations. Winterizing a unoccupied dwelling protects from plumbing damage due to freezing temperatures.
Video Examination of Plumbing Waste Sewer Line or Sub-Floor Air Ducts
A video recording of areas that are not directly visible. Includes the video recording and a written report.
A non-invasive test of moisture in walls and recommendations regarding repair and maintenance.
Maximum Information Inspection
This inspection is designed to meet the customer's individual requirements and may include invasive procedures, research, and investigation that is not normally included with the typical inspections listed above.
Drone Camera Video Inspection
Professionally flown to record areas of the property that are not accessible due to lack of access or safety issues. Drone may be used for the inspection of roof surfaces. Fee is based hourly. Photos and report are included.