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What Does an
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Woman with cash in her handThe Professional Engineer Home Inspector's fees from Heimer Engineering℠ depend on the size and type of the house, building, condo, or co-op being inspected. The fees range from slightly under $600 to about $1,600. Smaller to medium size homes generally cost between slightly under $600 and $750.

There is a website that states that the 2018 average home inspection cost is $315, with a range of $200 to $400. The website is a referral website that refers you to inspectors who may pay to be listed on the site. The fees quoted on the site are not based on Metro New York area real estate inspections.

Some Home Inspection companies raise the cost at the inspection site for termite certifications, swimming pools, garages, etc. Heimer Engineering℠ does not change the inspection fees when we arrive at the site.

Non-Engineer Home Inspectors and part-time Home Inspectors may charge $100 to $200 less than Heimer Engineering℠. Home Inspection franchisees and Home Inspectors that use commercial software may add additional franchise and software licensing fees to the inspection cost.

There are no do-overs if the Home Inspector does not perform the inspection to your satisfaction. It is important to chose the Inspector wisely. You need to know not only what the inspection costs, but what is included and what limitations exist.

Choosing the wrong Home Inspector may save money now, but the real expense is in the future. The wrong Home Inspector could cause you to buy the proverbial money pit.

If a non-Engineer Home Inspector performs an inspection and then you need to hire a Professional Engineer Home Inspector to check the structure, are you really saving any money?

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Structural System

Home Inspection: Structural SystemOne of the biggest concerns of home buyers is the structure. Fortunately, structural defects are less common in the Metro New York area than in some other parts of the country. Building codes help limit the number of structural defects.

Some home buyers believe structural defects are only a concern in older houses. Other home purchasers feel they can find structural defects by "looking carefully". Other home buyers feel that an old house that is standing must have no structural defects.

There are non-Engineer Home Inspectors who advocate the "bounce test." They jump on the floor and if they do not feel the floor bounce, the house is declared structurally sound. In the State of New York, only a Professional Engineer can render an opinion as to whether a home is structurally sound. Do not be fooled by someone offering the "bounce test". Heimer Engineering℠ advises you as to whether the home is structurally sound.

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Water in the Basement

Home Inspection: Water in the BasementMany home purchasers are concerned that basement water indicates a structural problem. Virtually all foundation walls have cracks, so basement water does not necessarily indicate a structural defects. The Professional Engineer Home Inspectors advise you as to whether cracks in the foundation walls are structurally significant.

Most houses do not regularly have water in the basement, but are damp during some months of the year. If the basement is damp, it may affect your ability to store personal belongings in the basement. Dampness in the basement is also a concern to people with medical conditions because dampness can increase the risk of mold.

Most houses are not inspected during a heavy rain. When inspecting a house on a dry day, our Engineer looks for basement water evidence to determine what you can expect during a heavy rain or with melting snow.

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Heating System

Home Inspection: Heating SystemHouses in the Metro New York area have a heating system. The heating system keeps the home comfortably warm during the winter months. In many newer homes, the heating system and air conditioning system are combined.

The most common types of heating systems found in homes are forced hot air, hot water (or hydronic), steam, and heat pumps. The source of fuel for the heating system can be oil, gas, or electricity.

You need to know whether the heating system will adequately heat the home on cold days. Our Professional Engineer Home Inspectors assess the sufficiency of the heating system. Our Professional Engineer Home Inspectors also assess the age of the heating system, whether there are hazardous conditions, if the heating system is outdated, etc.

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Hot Water System

Home Inspection: Hot Water SystemHot water is used for bathing and cleaning, and serves a vital role in maintaining good health. The hot water must be available at an appropriate temperature.

Most homes have a tankless hot water heater, a hot water heater with a storage tank, a hot water booster tank, or an indirect-fired hot water heater. It would be frustrating to move into your new home and find that you do not have enough hot water the first time you shower.

Heimer Engineering's℠ Professional Engineer Home Inspectors evaluate the hot water system and advise you if it is sufficient. You are also advised of the need to budget for replacement of the hot water system.

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Plumbing System

Home Inspection: Plumbing SystemPlumbing can mean fixtures such as a sink or tub, the pipes that bring water to the fixtures, the pipes that drain the sewage, the gas supply lines, underground sprinkler systems, and heating pipes. Heimer Engineering's℠ Professional Engineer Home Inspectors check the plumbing for function, leaks, sufficiency of water supply, etc.

Many home purchasers are concerned about plumbing leakage. Water dripping from a pipe is an obvious leak. Other types of leakage can be difficult to detect, since all that is visible is a stain on a ceiling or duct tape wrapped around a drain line. Our Professional Engineer Home Inspectors inspects for both obvious leaks and difficult to detect leaks.

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Roofing System

Home Inspection: Roofing SystemThe roof keeps rain and other weather elements out of the house.We evaluate the condition of the roof and estimates the remaining life of the roof. Evidence of past or present roof leakage is also assessed.

Most roofs are made of asphalt, slate, or clay tile. If the Professional Engineer finds that a roof leaks, needs repairs, or will soon need replacement, an expense analysis of the needed repairs and replacement is provided.

If the house has an accessible attic, We examine for evidence of roof leakage and sheathing damage. The Professional Engineer Home Inspectors also checks for problems in the attic such as insufficient attic insulation and ventilation.

Some Home Inspectors advocate walking on pitched asphalt, slate, and terracotta tile roofs. There are Home Inspectors who lift asphalt roof shingles to determine how they were installed. This damages the roof. The slates, cedar shingles, or terracotta tiles suffer damage that can causes leakage.

Asphalt roof shingles are self-sealing. Lifting an asphalt roof shingle damages the seal. Roofing manufacturers will void a roof warranty if they determine damage was caused by an inspector on the roof.

Our Professional Engineers determine the condition of the roof by visual examination. If an Home Inspector needs to walk on the roof or lift the shingles, you should ask; Why can't this Home Inspector determine the condition of the roof visually?  Can't this Home Inspector see that the roof shingles are old?

In some cases, it is not possible to safely observe the roof. If the roof is not visible, we us available satellite images of the roof to assess the roof. This includes historical satellite images, which can allow the roof history to be determined.

The myth of needing to climb on a roof or use a ladder to view the roof came from roofers who went into the home inspection business part-time. Today, very few Home Inspectors climb on the roof or use a ladder to check the roof.

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Electrical System

Home Inspection: Electrical SystemA modern house requires electricity to run systems such as lighting, heating, hot water, appliances, the air-conditioning, etc. Because many appliances require electric power, some existing homes do not have enough circuits to support modern electrical demands.

Homes with insufficient electric service may not be old. Even a house constructed 25 years ago may not have the electric wiring to support the today's needs.

Electric service insufficiency is often aggravated by owners who add appliances without upgrading the wiring. If a homeowner adds appliances without upgrading the electric service, a hazardous condition may be created.

DangerOnly a Licensed Electrician should open a circuit breaker panel. A Licensed Electrician can correct hazards created by opening electrical panels. A responsible Home Inspector will not open electrical panels.

Communities require electricians to be licensed, and prohibit anyone other than a Licensed Electrician from performing electrical work. (Exceptions are made for homeowners wiring their own home.)

Our Professional Engineers determine the condition of the wiring by visual examination. The question is why do some Home Inspectors insist on opening the circuit breaker panel when it creates a hazard.

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Termites

Home Inspection: TermitesYears ago, it was considered sufficient to have only a termite inspection performed before purchasing a home. If there was no evidence of an active termite infestation, it was incorrectly assumed that the house had no structural damage.

A termite control specialist can look for evidence of termite activity, but cannot assess the structural impact of termite damage. You need an Engineer to assess the structural impact of termite damage.

Termite control specialists and Professional Engineer Home Inspectors look differently at termite evidence. Professional Engineer Home Inspectors look for the impact of the termites and termite damage, particularly if the damage is structural. A termite control specialist is looking at the need for termite treatment. You have the house checked for termites by both a Professional Engineer Home Inspectors and a termite control specialist. This maximizes your chances of finding termite activity and structural damage. You should also obtain a warranty against future termite activity from the termite control specialist.

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On-Site Verbal ReportThe On-Site Verbal Inspection Report provides instant information and the opportunity to ask the Professional Engineer Home Inspector questions.

The On-Site Written Inspection Report is a short-form report that highlights Heimer Engineering's℠ findings.

The Emailed Inspection Report includes information relevant to the inspected home or building and to real estate purchases in general in a mobile-friendly form. The Emailed Inspection Report contains a Summary Report that summarizes the Professional Engineer Home Inspector's finding and guides you to sections of the report specific to the real estate you are purchasing.

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These home inspectors fail to point out the limitations of the photographs, or how photographs can adversely affect reports.Photographic images included in a Home Inspector's report may show a gutter draining near a foundation wall, a crack in a path, or siding shingles close to ground level. You never see photographs showing the insufficient electrical service, an undersized boiler, or that a house is structurally unsound.

If you use images to negotiate with a seller, it is the seller's interpretation of the images that you are negotiating with. Photographs in a report work to the seller's advantage.

Heimer Engineering℠ provides you with inspection photographs if you request them, subject to our privacy policy. You should discuss with your Attorney whether you want to share the images with the seller.

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Pre-purchase Professional Engineer home inspections in the Bronx, New York communities of Baychester, Bedford Park, City Island, East Tremont, Eastchester, Fordham, Highbridge, Hunts Point, Kingsbridge, Kingsbridge Heights, Melrose, Morris Heights, Mosholu, Morrisania, Mott Haven, Norwood, Oldfield, Parkchester, Port Morris, Riverdale, Schuylerville, Spuyten Duyvil, Throgs Neck, Tremont, Unionport, University Heights, Van Nest, Wakefield, West Farms, Westchester, Westchester Heights, Williamsbridge, and Woodlawn.
 
Pre-purchase Professional Engineer home inspections in the Brooklyn communities of Bay Ridge, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bensonhurst, Borough Park, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn Heights, Brownsville, Bushwick, Canarsie, Coney Island, Crown Heights, East New York, Flatbush, Flatlands, Fort Greene, Greenpoint, Midwood, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Prospect Park, Sheepshead Bay, South Brooklyn, and Williamsburg.
 
Pre-purchase Professional Engineer home inspections in the Nassau County communities of Albertson, Atlantic Beach, Baldwin, Baldwin Harbor, Barnum Island, Baxter Estates, Bay Park, Bayville, Bellerose, Bellmore, Bethpage, Brookville, Carle Place, Cedarhurst, Center Island, Cove Neck, East Hills, East Meadow, East Norwich, East Rockaway, East Williston, Elmont, Farmingdale, Floral Park, Flower Hill, Franklin Square, Freeport, Garden City, Garden City South, Gibson, Glen Cove, Glen Head, Glenwood Landing, Great Neck, Great Neck Estates, Great Neck Plaza, Greenvale, Harbor Hills, Harbor Isle, Hempstead, Herricks, Hewlett, Hewlett Bay Park, Hewlett Harbor, Hewlett Neck, Hicksville, Inwood, Island Park, Jericho, Kensington, Kings Point, Lake Success, Lakeview, Lattingtown, Laurel Hollow, Lawrence, Levittown, Lido Beach, Locust Grove, Long Beach, Lynbrook, Malverne, Manhasset, Manorhaven, Massapequa, Massapequa Park, Matinecock, Meadowmere Park, Merrick, Mill Neck, Mineola, Munsey Park, Muttontown, Nassau Shores, New Cassel, New Hyde Park, North Hempstead, North Hills, Oceanside, Old Bethpage, Old Brookville, Old Westbury, Oyster Bay, Oyster Bay Cove, Plainedge, Plainview, Plandome, Plandome Heights, Plandome Manor, Point Lookout, Port Washington, Port Washington North, Rockville Centre, Roosevelt, Roslyn, Roslyn Estates, Roslyn Heights, Russell Gardens, Saddle Rock, Sands Point, Sea Cliff, Searingtown, South Floral Park, Stewart Manor, Strathmore, Syosset, Thomaston, Uniondale, University Gardens, Upper Brookville, Valley Stream, Wantagh, West Hempstead, Westbury, Williston Park, Woodbury, Woodmere, and Woodsburgh.
 
Pre-purchase Professional Engineer home inspections in the Putnam County communities of Adams Corners, Akins Corners, Barnum Corners, Brewster, Bullet Hole, Carmel, Carmel Hills, Christian Corners, Cold Spring, Deans Corners, DeForest Corners, Drewville Heights, Dykemans, Fahnestock Corners, Farmers Mills, Field Corners, Forsonville, Four Corners, Garrison, Gilbert Corners, Haines Corners, Haviland Hollow, Hopkins Corners, Houseman Corners, Kent, Lake Mahopac, Lake Peekskill, Ludingtonville, Mahopac, Mahopac Falls, Maynard Corners, McKeel Corners, Milltown, Milltown, Nelsonville, North Highlands, Patterson, Philipstown, Putnam Lake, Putnam Valley, Sodom, South Highlands, Southeast, Steinbeck Corners, Stillwater, Sunnybrook, Tilly Foster, Tompkins Corners, Travis Corners, Watermelon Hill, West Mahopac, and West Patterson.
 
Pre-purchase Professional Engineer home inspections in the Queens communities of Astoria, Auburndale, Averne, Bay Terrace, Bayside, Belle Harbour, Bellerose, Breezy Point, Briarwood, Broad Channel, Cambria Heights, College Point, Corona, Douglaston, Douglaston Manor, Edgemere, Elmhurst, Far Rockaway, Flushing, Forest Hills, Fresh Meadows, Glen Oaks, Glendale, Hollis, Howard Beach, Jackson Heights, Jamaica, Jamaica Estates, Key Gardens, Laurelton, Lindenwood, Little Neck, Long Island City, Malba, Maspeth, Middle Village, Neponsit, Ozone Park, Queens Village, Rego Park, Richmond Hill, Ridgewood, Rockaway, Rockaway Park, Rosedale, South Ozone Park, Springfield Gardens, Saint Albans, Steinway, Sunnyside, Whitestone, Woodhaven, and Woodside.
 
Pre-purchase home inspections in the Rockland County communities of Airmont, Bardonia, Bear Mountain, Blauvelt, Bon Air Heights, Chestnut Ridge, Clarkstown, Congers, Dunderberg, Durant, Garnerville, Germonds, Grandview, Haverstraw, Hillburn, Hillcrest, Ladentown, Monsey, Monsey Heights, Mount Ivy, Nanuet, New City, New Hempstead, Nyack, Orangeburg, Orangetown, Palisades, Pearl River, Piermont, Pomona, Pomona Heights, Ramapo, Sloatsburg, Sparkill, Spring Valley, Sterlington, Stony Point, Suffern, Tallman, Tappan, Thiells, Tompkins Cove, Union Hill, Upper Nyack, Valley Cottage, Viola, Wesly Hills, West Haverstraw, and West Nyack.
 
Pre-purchase Professional Engineer home inspections in the Staten Island communities of Annandale, Arden Heights, Arrochar, Bloomfield, Castleton Corners, Charleston, Chelsea, Clifton, Dongan Hills, Egbetville, Eltingville, Emerson Hill, Fort Wadsworth, Fox Hills, Grant City, Grasmere, Great Kills, Grymes Hills, Huguenot, Livingston, Mount Loretto, New Brighton, New Dorp, New Springville, Oakwood, Old Place, Pleasant Plains, Port Richmond, Richmond, Richmond Valley, Richmond Town, Rosebank, Rossville, Saint George, Stapelton, Sunnyside, Todt Hill, Tompkinsville, Travis, West New Brighton, Westerleigh, and Woodrow.
 
Pre-purchase Professional Engineer home inspections in the Suffolk County communities of Amagansett, Amityville, Apaquogue, Aquebogue, Asharoken, Atlantique, Babylon, Baiting Hollow, Barnes Hole, Bay Shore, Bayport, Bayside Park, Bayview, Beach Hampton, Belle Terre, Bellport, Blue Point, Bohemia, Brentwood, Bridgehampton, Brightwaters, Brookhaven, Calverton, Canoe Place, Captain Kidd Estates, Cedar Beach, Center Moriches, Centereach, Centerport, Centerville, Central Islip, Cherry Grove, Cobb, Cold Spring Harbor, Commack, Copiague, Coram, Coram Hill, Cutchogue, Davis Park, Deer Park, Deerfield, Dering Harbor, Devon, Ditch Plains, Dix Hills, Dunnwood, East Commack, East Cutchogue, East Farmingdale, East Half Hollow Hills, East Hampton, East Hampton Beach, East Holbrook, East Islip, East Marion, East Mattituck, East Moriches, East Moriches, East Northport, East Patchogue, East Quogue, East Setauket, East Shoreham, Eastport, Eatons Neck, Edgewood, Elwood, Fair Harbor, Farmingdale, Farmingville, Fire Island, Fire Island Pines, Fireplace, Flanders, Flowerfield, Flying Point, Fort Salonga, Freetown, Georgica, Gerard Park, Grassy Hollow, Great River, Great River Station, Greenlawn, Greenport, Hagerman, Halesite, Half Hollow Hills, Hampton Bays, Hardscrabble, Hauppauge, Head of the Harbor, Holbrook, Holtsville, Huntington, Huntington Bay, Huntington Station, Huntington Village, Islandia, Islip, Islip Terrace, Jamesport, Kings Park, Kingstown, Kismet, Lake Grove, Lake Ronkonkoma, Lakeland, Laurel, Lindenhurst, Lloyd Harbor, Lloyd Neck, Lonelyville, Lower Melville, Maidstone Park, Manetto Hills, Manorville, Mastic, Mastic Beach, Mattituck, Mecox, Medford, Melville, Middle Island, Middleville, Mill Hill Estates, Miller Place, Montauk, Montauk Beach, Montauk Point, Moriches, Mount Sinai, Nassau Point, Nesconset, New Suffolk, Nissequogue, North Amityville, North Babylon, North Bellport, North Centereach, North Great River, North Haven, North Lindenhurst, North Patchogue, North Sea, North Selden, North Shore Beach, North Smithtown, Northport, Northville, Noyack, Oak Beach, Oakdale, Oakville, Ocean Bay Park, Ocean Beach, Old Field, Old Mastic, Old Stony Brook, Oregon, Orient, Orient Point, Pantigo, Patchogue, Peconic, Pine Aire, Pinelawn, Point O'Woods, Ponquogue, Poquott, Port Jefferson, Port Jefferson Station, Promised Land, Quiogue, Quogue, Ram Island, Rampasture, Reeves Park, Remsenburg, Ridge, Riverhead, Roanoke, Robins Rest, Rocky Point, Ronkonkoma, Rose Grove, Sag Harbor, Sagaponack, Saint James, Saltaire, San Remo, Sayville, Scuttlehole, Seaview, Selden, Setauket, Shelter Island, Shelter Island Heights, Shinnecock, Shinnecock Hills, Shirley, Shoreham, Smithtown, Sound Beach, South Centereach, South Commack, South Hauppauge, South Haven, South Holbrook, South Huntington, South Jamesport, South Manor, South Medford, South Setauket, South Stony Brook, South Yaphank, Southampton, Southold, Southport, Speonk, Springs, Springville, Squiretown, Stirling, Stony Brook, Terryville, Three Mile Harbor, Tiana, Tuckahoe, Upton, Vernon Valley, Village of the Branch, Wading River, Wading River, Wainscott, Water Island, Water Mill, West Amagansett, West Bay Shore, West Bellport, West Brentwood, West Hills, West Island, West Islip, West Neck, West Sayville, West Tiana, West Yaphank, Westhampton, Westhampton Beach, Wheatley Heights, Wickapogue Amity Harbor, Wynadanch, and Yaphank.
 
Pre-purchase Professional Engineer home inspections in the Westchester County communities of Amawalk, Ardsley, Ardsley-on-Hudson, Armonk, Baldwin Place, Bedford, Bedford Center, Bedford Hills, Boutonville, Briarcliff Manor, Bronxville, Buchanan, Cantatoe Corners, Chappaqua, Cortland, Crompond, Cross River, Croton, Croton Falls, Croton-on-Hudson, Crotonville, Crugers, Dobbs Ferry, Eastchester, Elmsford, Fleetwood, Goldens Bridge, Granite Springs, Greenburgh, Greenville, Harmon, Harrison, Hartsdale, Hastings-on-Hudson, Hawthorne, Irvington, Jefferson Valley, Katonah, Kitchawan, Larchmont, Lewisboro, Lincolndale, Mamaroneck, Millwood, Mohegan Lake, Montrose, Mount Kisco, Mount Pleasant, Mount Vernon, New Castle, New Rochelle, North Castle, North Tarrytown, Ossining, Peekskill, Pelham, Pelham Manor, Pleasantville, Port Chester, Pound Ridge, Purchase, Purdys, Rye, Rye Brook, Scarsdale, Shenorock, Shrub Oak, Somers, South Salem, South Somers, Tarrytown, Teatown, Thornwood, Tuckahoe, Valhalla, Verplanck, Vista, White Plains, Yonkers, Yorktown, Yorktown Heights.
 

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Call for a Home InspectionHeimer Engineering New York pre-purchase home, building, condo, and co‑op inspectionsHeimer Engineering℠ is happy to help you. Senior Staff members are available Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM.  After 5 PM, please leave a message. Messages are checked during the day on Sunday, and Sunday evening through Thursday evening. Inspections are performed seven days a week.

Heimer Engineering's℠ inspection fees are competitive with non-Engineer Home Inspector's fees, especially when you consider that many non-Engineers charge extra for termite inspections, swimming pools, etc.

Inspection orders are taken by senior staff members. A real estate purchase is complex and you should be able to speak with someone who can answer your inspection questions.

To set up an appointment for a pre-purchase inspection or to find out about Engineering services or expert court testimony email Info@heimer.com, text 888.769.6910, or call 646.757.4500. If no staff member is in the office, leave a message.

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Heimer Engineering's℠ Professional Engineer Home Inspectors substantially adhere to the InterNACHI® Code of Ethics, to Subpart 197-4 of the State of New York Code of Ethics and Regulations for Home Inspectors, the ASHI® Standards of Practice, and the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE®) Code of Ethics. In the event of a conflict, the Professional Engineer Home Inspectors use Engineering judgment to decide what standard or Engineering principle takes precedence. All State of New York Licensed Professional Engineers are bound by New York State Education Law Article 145.

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