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Kroupa's conducts home inspections on single-family and multi-family dwellings, condominiums and townhouses. All items or issues that would be considered a safety hazard or a defect will be addressed in a detail within the home inspection report. All smaller items of concern found will also be addressed in detail within the home inspection report.  Often, the defects and items of concern can be inexpensive and can be fixed by a licensed contractor. Most homes, even new construction homes may have small defects such as a roofing shingle not fully nailed into the roof deck. This can potentially cause a leak in the roof which can lead to bigger issues; however, this is an easy and generally inexpensive fix. Kroupa’s Home Inspection goes above and beyond Standards of Practice, when inspecting your home to give you the peace of mind that you need throughout this process.

Jim Kroupa is a Certified Professional Home Inspector Licensed by the State of Illinois. I adhere to a comprehensive residential standards of practice which means I will inspect all of the following when visible and accessible:
Our Home Inspections Include The Following:

•  Roof, vents, flashings, and trim
•  Gutters and downspouts
•  Skylights, chimney and other roof penetrations
•  Decks, stoops, porches, walkways and railings
•  Eaves, Soffit & Fascia
•  Basement, foundation and crawlspace
•  Water penetration and foundation movement
•  Heating systems & cooling systems
•  Main water shut off Valves
•  Water heating systems
•  Interior plumbing fixtures and faucets
•  Electrical service line and meter
•  Main disconnect and service amperage
•  Electrical panels, breakers and fuses
•  Grounding and bonding
•  GFCI’s and AFCI’s
•  Fireplace damper door and hearth, along with any visible flue
•  Insulation and ventilation
•  Garage doors, including safety sensors and openers

A home inspection is a very thorough way of making sure your home to purchase or the home you live in is safe for you and your loved ones. It can be a great way to prevent any future damage by catching the smaller damages early on or even help you avoid making a mistake of buying a home.

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