Home Inspections Keep Your Family and Investment Safe
If you are buying or selling a home it is recommended by the EPA to have the home tested for Radon Gas.
Time is of the essence when closing a property . Let our team help move this process in a quick and efficent manner.
Investments of property are your livelihood, get a quality inspection to protect your commercial property.
Protect your Investment & Family. Get a Quailty Test that you insures your safety and those around you.
Mold & Air Quality Testing
Breathe easier knowing your property is free of harmful mold.
Knowing where your energy is being spent helps save you money in the long run.
Cornett Home Inspections, a family owned and operated business, specializes in residential and commercial inspections throughout Central Kentucky.
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Why choose Cornett Home Inspections?
Our Inspections Include
Good maintenance protects your investment, enhances comfort, extends life expectancies and reduces your costs. It makes great sense. Some homeowners do the maintenance themselves, and others get help with it.
There are two main categories of roofing systems: sloped roofs and flatroofs. Roofing professionals callthese steep roofs and low sloped roofs. Sloped roofing systems are not watertight; they shed water with overlapping shingles or tiles.
Gutters and downspouts have two major functions. Firstly, they protect the walls of a building from waterthat would ordinarily run off the roof. This water can damage the wall surfaces and cause localized erosion at ground level.
Air-cooled air conditioning systems are the most common. They have two main components: the evaporator, which may be in the ductwork immediately above the furnace or in the attic, and the condenser, which is outdoors.
Typically, the water mains in residential areas are four inches to 12 inches in diameter, and run several feet below the street level. Smaller pipes, usually 1/2 inch or 3/4 inch diameter, run from city mains into buildings.
Your Home or Buildings Foundation is like the largest bone in your body. The Foundation is what keeps it all together. Any strains on a buildings foundation can cause irreputable damage to a building. It is important to chose a inspector that reports through findings.