You don't want anyone to find out something is seriously wrong when you're selling your house. A home inspection report will detail the major systems in the house, including central air conditioning and heating. It will also detail the interior electrical and plumbing systems. It will also describe any visible insulation, walls, or ceilings, as well as the foundation and other structural components of the house.
Depending on the inspector's findings the inspector's findings could make you aware of smaller problems. Minor issues may not be resolved immediately, but larger problems could be deal-breakers. A home inspector can help you determine these issues before you make an offer. If the issue is so critical that you are unable to wait for the seller to make repairs take the initiative to hire a professional home inspector or real estate agent to help make the right choice.
Although you don't have to be present for the inspection, it's recommended. You can ask questions about the condition and the system of the home by being present. You will also be able to understand what the inspector is examining and why it's crucial. You'll be able to comprehend the written report following the inspection. It is a good idea for an inspector to have a strong reputation, high levels of education, and a lot of experience.