Condo, Townhouse and Villa Home Inspection
The extent of the investigation and report is a constrained visual assessment of the general frameworks and parts of the living arrangement to distinguish any frameworks or segments recorded in the report which, in the expert conclusion of the examiner, are fundamentally lacking or are close to the finish of their administration life, and to give the Client(s) with a superior comprehension of the property's condition as saw at the season of the examination. The investigation will incorporate a visual review of the accompanying promptly available frameworks and segment parts.
Client understands that the home inspector is a generalist in that he or she is not acting as an expert or specialist in any field of structural engineering, plumbing, roofing, or electrical, heating and air conditioning systems. The purpose of the inspection and report is to note areas of concern, and/or potential areas of concern, which show a system or component is significantly deficient, or near the end of their service life, where the defect is visually apparent and obvious to the inspector. This contract represents only a limited duty of inspection of the above-listed items on the date of inspection. This limited duty of inspection does not form a fiduciary relationship between AHI and Client(s), nor does it form any obligation on AHI’s part to continue to inspect, or investigate, the premises for Client(s) after the date of inspection.
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