What are Ancillary Inspections?
Ancillary inspections are separate, detailed, inspections of things that are not covered under a standard Home Inspection.
Many Ancillary Inspections require the Inspector to acquire additional education, testing, certifications, and licensing so many of them are offered at an additional charge.
Not all Home Inspectors offer all of the Ancillary Inspections.
Be aware that some of these Ancillary Inspections may be required in some cases.
- WDO/Insects "Termites"
- Pools and Spas
- Energy Loss
- Four-Point Inspections
- Green Certification
- Home Energy Score Assessor
- IAC2 Certified (Indoor Air Quality)
- Home Energy Report
- Log Homes
- Methamphetamine (Meth) Testing
- Mobile Home Inspector
- New Construction
- Sewer Line
- Thermal Imaging
- Water Quality
- Wind Mitigation Inspections
Can a house "Fail" a Home Inspection?
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