Are you in the market for a condo in the Woodlands area? While many construction elements of a condo are regulated by a homeowners association (HOA), a condo inspection is still a valuable step in the home buying process. There are many common components among a single-family home and condo that need to be inspected, such as the roof, walls, ceilings, floors, and interior utilities. In this blog post, we’ll be sharing how the certified inspectors at Bryan & Bryan Inspections perform thorough and meticulous inspections for condominiums.
Although an HOA is typically responsible for the exterior portion of a condominium, the roof still needs to be inspected by a professional. If there is access to the roof, our inspectors will perform a detailed evaluation of this area. If the roof is not accessible, they will use other methods such as drones, thermal imaging, or other creative methods.
Walls, Ceilings, & Floors
Walls, ceilings, and floors are all shared elements between condominium homeowners. One of the most important things to check for in these shared spaces is water damage. A leak from a kitchen pipe, a toilet with too much condensation, or a water heater that is leaking, can not only cause destruction to your home but also to your neighbor’s home.
While the HVAC unit for the entire condominium complex may be located in a separate utility room, there are still utilities within each individual condo unit that need to be addressed. Stand-alone air conditioning units, water tanks, water heaters, electrical components, and plumbing systems, all need to be evaluated and reported on for the condo inspection.
Schedule a Condo Inspection Today
Now that you know more details about what a condo inspection covers, it’s time to schedule an inspection today. Contact the team at Bryan & Bryan by calling (281) 484-8318, or get a quote online. We specialize in residential inspections as well as mold testing services, pest inspection services, and commercial property inspections.