You will be a hypocrite if you will not admit that you got scared of falling during your first bicycle ride. When it was your first time to go to school didn’t your heart beat so fast that you even wanted to cry and cling to the hands of your parents? Inspections may not be as tough or hard as your first bicycle ride or day in school but it is still worthwhile to know what to expect when it arrives.
Make sure to clear all of your appointments so you can personally attend the actual home inspection. Bring a pen and paper so you can list down any strange observation you may notice in the house. This will be very helpful when you sit down together with them after the inspection. Nevertheless, it would be wise if you will not ask the engineer questions during the actual services. Give him the needed time so he can focus on his work. If you start asking him too many questions while he conducts the actual home inspection then this may make him lose his focus and concentration.
Focus more on the interior of the house rather than the exterior aspects. This means concentrating on the plumbing, heating, cooling, and electrical systems. See to it that all questions pertaining to these aspects are thoroughly answered by the home inspector engineer on the inspection. You would not want to live in a house that has a lot of leakage or with a heating and cooling mechanism that is very inefficient. This will only bring you series of headaches rather than comfort. Try to inquire if there are any materials which contain asbestos and if there are unwanted pests lurking underneath your walls and floors. You would not want to live in a house filled with infected pests that will eventually eat your house down.
Bear in mind that the key to a successful and fruitful actual home inspection is to be there to witness anything that the home inspection engineer will notice. Otherwise, you will still be left in the dark.