You don't want anyone to find out that something is not working properly when you're selling your house. A home inspection report will provide details on the major systems within the home, such as heating and central air conditioning. It will also describe the electrical and plumbing systems. It will also include information regarding the plumbing and electrical systems.
Depending on the inspector's findings, they may also identify smaller issues that you might not be aware of. Minor issues may not be resolved in a hurry, but more serious issues could be the reason for a sale. A home inspector can help you to identify these issues prior to you make an offer. You should hire an experienced home inspector to help you decide when the issue is too significant to be left to be done by the seller.
While there's no rule that you have to attend the inspection it is recommended to be present with the inspector while the process is in progress. You can ask questions about the condition and structure of the home by being present. You'll also be able to understand what the inspector is seeing and why it's crucial. You'll be able comprehend the written report after the inspection. It's best to choose an inspector with an excellent reputation and a high degree of training and experience.