A home inspector will inspect the home's interior (other than cosmetics like wallpaper); the framing; the foundation; the roof and attic; the chimney; kitchen and bathrooms, including appliances like the dishwasher); the plumbing system; the electrical system including wiring and circuit breakers; the heating and air conditioning systems; and the garage. The inspector may offer other services, like mold or asbestos testing, usually at an additional charge.
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