What to expect from your inspection.
We joined the Heart of Georgia Board of Realtors (HOG) to help us keep up-to-date with the latest real estate information and take advantage of networking opportunities with other members. Out of over 250 affiliates, we are proud to be awarded the 2018 Affiliate of the Year and want to thank everyone over at HOG!
No waiting 2 or 3 days for your home inspection report. With us, you will have your report within 24 hours. In most cases, you will have your report emailed to you the same day as your inspection.
Lifeline Inspection Services brings the best knowledge and education to every inspection. We stay up to date with the latest tools and technologies in the inspection industry.
Color coded system tabs on every page makes it easy to navigate. The reports are easy to read and very understandable. Pictures and illustrations are included to make noted problems clear. View sample report.
What does a home inspection cost? You don’t have to jump through hoops to find out how much you’re going to pay for gas, food or clothes. So why should it be that way in the service industry? You’re right, it shouldn’t!
A residential home or commercial property inspection is so much more than just a portion of the home or commercial business purchasing process. A thorough home inspection from the experts at Lifeline Inspection Services can help determine the conditions of the home or business you are considering purchasing.
A home inspection can save you literally thousands of dollars in future repairs and help you rest easy at night knowing that your future home or business is structurally sound and reliable. Most home and business purchasers aren’t abreast with the skills needed to properly inspect a residential or commercial structure on their own.
Foundations, grading & drainage, basements, walkways, and floor, wall and ceiling structures.
Roof coverings, drainage systems, flashings and skylights, chimneys and other roof penetrations.
Service entrance and panels, branch circuits, connected devices and fixtures, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, and making sure your outlets are GFCI-protected.
Fixtures and faucets, water supply systems, drain, waste and vent systems, water heater, vents, flues and chimneys, and any sump pumps or fuel storage and distribution systems.
Heating and cooling equipment, ducts, vents and flues.
Dishwasher, garbage disposal, range hood, range or oven, cooktop, microwave, trash compactor, bathroom exhaust fans, garage door operator, and other built-in appliances.