Let’s start with a tale as old as time. A resident buys a 3-story home old enough that a friend expressed concerns about plumbing. “If there’s anything wrong, it will be found in the home inspection” said the buyer. Months later, the living room ceiling crashed to the floor from the weight of water damage.
Your average home inspectors typically do 3 things to inspect the plumbing of a home. They check if water runs from the taps, if drains are emptying properly, and if toilets flush. In and Out Home Inspections goes the extra mile.