Residential Inspection Services
A professional structural inspection is vital before you sell or purchase a home to ensure the safety and longevity of the living space. The expert residential engineers at Stonewall will go in-depth and evaluate any structural concerns that have been identified during your due diligence period, and then provide you with a thorough report of our findings. The report will include our specific observations, analysis of the causes of the problems, detailed recommendations for repairs or preventive maintenance, and full-color photos. We also provide referrals to qualified trusted contractors to resolve any specific structural issues if needed.
Common Issues Found During Residential Structural Inspections
Here are some of the most typical issues we find during residential inspections:
- Cracked interior drywall or tile finishes
- Foundation wall cracks
- Brick cracks
- Slab floor cracks
- Foundation settling
- Cracked foundation
- Improper drainage
- Deteriorated framing
- Uneven floors
- Haphazard or temporary floor supports
- Cracked and bowing or leaning basement walls
- Leaning chimney
- Damaged or altered roof trusses
- Improperly constructed decks
- Wood destroying insect (WDI) damage
- Broken floor joists
- Rotten floor joists
- Sagging ceiling
Realtors, Sellers, & Home Buyers, Contact Us Today!
If you are selling or purchasing a home, you need a structural inspection as soon as possible. This will give you enough time to resolve any issues during the often fast-paced home-buying process before closing. Contact Stonewall Structural Engineering today to discuss the residential structural inspection process!
Request an Inspection
Please fill out the form below describing your structural concerns and we will be in touch with you soon!
What Happens After My Inspection?
At Stonewall, we never leave our clients hanging. After we complete our initial inspection, we’ll walk you through the process of addressing the findings. At your request, our specialists can refer you to a proven, trustworthy contractor to address any issues we find during our inspection. From wood and masonry to drainage and foundation support, Stonewall can help you find a quality contractor to handle the project that you need.