Now available on Android, Iphone / iPad, Blackberry and Windows phone devices world wide!We can assist you when it’s time to find an home or commercial inspector by providing this inspector search engine. Find a certified home inspectors by searching by city or zip code. You can also use this application to register as a local inspector in your city or zip code. Additional features available to become premium subscribers giving your Inspection company more visibility to millions of users across the country.A professional home inspection gives buyers valuable information about a prospective purchase and helps provide peace of mind. An Acadian® inspection includes a visual and operational examination of more than 400 items both in and outside the home -- everything from the foundation to the roof. Our quality inspectors are trained to meet and exceed the highest standards in the home inspection industry.The following are some typical problems or occurrences to look for in the major components and systems of the home. ROOF Is the ridge (peak) showing a sag, or is it straight and level? Is the roof sagging between the rafters or trusses? Are there any signs of deterioration of asphalt shingles, such as curling, warping, broken edges, rounded corners or key holes(slits) becoming wider that normal? Any loose flashing's? Does the wooden roof deck appear rotten or delaminate under the last row of shingles? CHIMNEYS Is the masonry cap cracked or broken? Are any bricks flaking or missing? Mortar missing? SOFFITS AND FASCIA Note whether the soffit and fascia are wood, aluminum or plastic. Any loose or missing sections? GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS Ensure gutters slope down toward downspouts. Any rust or peeling paint? Apparent leaks or loose/sagging sections? WALL COVERINGS Look for missing mortar Are the bricks flaking or cracking? Look for loose, missing or rotten siding, deteriorated paint.> Does the siding appear new? Does it hide the foundation wall? WINDOWS AND DOORS Look for problems with paint or caulking, and rotted wood components. Are the windows new or older? PORCHES AND DECKS Cracking or flaking masonry? Check for paint problems, rotted wood, and wood-earth contact. Note any settlement or separation from the house. FOUNDATIONS Check for cracks, flaking or damaged masonry. Note any water markings and efflorescence (whitish, chalky substance) LOT AREA Does the grade slope away from the house? Any settled/low areas next to the foundation, or cracked walks/driveway? BASEMENT Note any evidence of water penetration (stains, mildew/odors, efflorescence, loose tiles etc.) FLOORS Check for deteriorated coverings or cracked ceramics. Any water staining or Sloping or sagging? WALLS Randomly sample to check that the windows and doors work. Are the walls straight vertically and horizontally? Look for cracked or loose plaster. Look for stains, physical damage or previous repair evidence. CEILINGS Check for cracks in the plaster or loose, sagging plaster. Look for stains, mechanical damage or evidence of previous repair. Seams or nails showing? BATHROOMS AND KITCHENS Check that all fixtures are secure. Are there any cracks in the fixtures? Note the condition of the tiles and caulking in the tub/shower area. Are the faucets working? Do they leak? Sufficient water pressure? Look for staining and rot under the counter-tops Randomly sample the operation of the cabinet doors and drawers. ELECTRO-MECHANICAL CONSIDERATIONSType, style and age of heating & cooling systems. When were they last inspected or serviced?Type of water supply piping and drains - any visible rust and corrosion?Size and age of electrical service This search engine is intended for use by indviduals wishing to schedule a home inspection or obtain more information about home inspections in general. Any other use of the information contained in this area is strictly prohibited.