So you have your home on the market for sale, (Awesome) now lets make your home inspection ready.
Realtors / Buyers / home owners are all unhappy when your home inspectors report states " Not Inspected, No Access" And I certainly understand and agree with them 100%. All components of a home should be inspected.
Having said that, as a thorough inspector I need access to all areas of your home, attic, crawl space, closet access, mechanical s ( furnace / hot water tank / water meters / electrical panels etc,) Clear access being the key word.
Many homes I visit on a daily basis have closets full of clothing blocking access to the scuttle hole for the attic of that home. As a home inspector that follows the code of ethics that area will be reported as No access. Why? I can't move your stuff out of the way to gain access to any area of your home period.
As a home buyer if I where to see an area that was not inspected because of no access I wouldn't be all that happy with it.
The term No Access / Not Inspected is not a term you want to see on a home inspection report you just payed for especially when it is because you didn't want to clear the way. You wouldn't pay $300,000 plus for something you knew nothing about and neither should the buyers!
Its far scarier to see not inspected than to see needs maintenance on any item of the home inspection report.
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