Cross Roads Inspections Services
Complete Home Inspection
Our Complete Home Inspection follows the Standards of Practice outlined by InterNACHI and the American Society of Home Inspectors. We encourage you to join us during your home inspection and to meet with us afterwards to discuss your results. We will point out issues and offer advice on repairs and future home maintenance. Laundry rooms receive a thorough inspection, along with your attic and basement or crawl space. Here are some of the many items we will inspect during your home inspection:
- Roof Systems
- Basement Seepage
- Safety Controls
- Water Heater
- Electrical Capacity & Components
- Structural Integrity
- Steps & Stairs
- Heating System
- Central Air Conditioning System
- Walks & Driveways
- Built-In Appliances
- Plumbing System & Fixtures
- Garages, Carports, Workshops or other external buildings
- Surface Drainage
- Windows & Doors
- Gutters & Downspouts
- Sump Pumps
If you’re a homeowner planning on selling your home, please contact us first for a Pre-Listing or a Sellers Inspection. We will give you a complete report on your property so you can address defects and deficiencies before listing your home for sale and provide full disclosure on the condition of your home. A pre-inspected home appeals to potential buyers and often sells more quickly since there are no hidden issues.
New Construction Inspections:
Are you having a new home built in the greater Huntsville area? Would you like a second set of eyes on your new home? Hire Cross Roads Home Inspections, LLC to conduct a New Construction Inspection. We’ll examine your new home and provide a detailed report on any problems that should be addressed with your builder before the final walkthrough.
Radon is a naturally occurring, odorless, cancer-causing gas that is dangerous when present in high concentrations. Hire us to test your home for radon and make sure your family is safe!
You’ll receive a detailed report documenting our findings within 12 hours of your completed inspection. You’re welcome to ask questions at any point during your inspection, or upon review of your home inspection report.