A general contractor inspection is broad survey of the condition and function of a property, as performed by a licensed general contractor inspector (in many areas of the United States, this function is performed by a licensed or certified home inspector). A general contractor inspection investigates the various systems and freatures of a home, including the foundation, structure, major appliances (including HVAC systems) and the general contractor inspector may make recommendations for further, more specific inspections. A general contractor inspection will also look for any water or mold damage that is visible or implied.
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