When you're in the process of selling your house the ideal scenario is for someone to discover that there is something seriously wrong with it. A home inspection report will detail the major systems in the house, including central air conditioning and heating. It will also detail the plumbing and electrical systems. It will also provide information on the plumbing systems inside and electrical systems.
Depending on the inspector's report, they could uncover smaller issues that you might not be aware of. Minor issues may not be resolved in a hurry, but more serious issues could be a deal-breaker. A home inspector can help determine these issues before you make an offer. If the issue is so serious that you are unable to wait for the seller to make repairs you should consider hiring an expert home inspector or real estate agent to assist you make the right choice.
Although there's no requirement that you must be present at the inspection, it's an ideal idea to be observant of the inspector as the procedure is taking place. If you're present, you can ask questions regarding the condition of different parts of the house and the system in question. You'll be able to comprehend what the inspector is looking at and the reason why it's important. You'll be able to better understand the written report after the inspection. It's best to choose an inspector with an established reputation and a high degree of education and experience.