Make sure that the home inspector can easily access and evaluate the entire property.
Remove furniture, boxes and other items that might obstruct the
inspector’s view of an important system or component. The home
inspector will evaluate all systems in the home, he will need access to
the attic as well.
Repair and or replace items within the home that you know are not
properly functioning. Make sure that all light fixtures have light
If you have locks on gates, storage areas or sprinkler control
systems, make sure that you remove or give instruction on where the keys
are to ensure that no re-inspect is needed.
If the home is vacant, make sure that all utilities are on prior to the inspection being scheduled.
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