One of the biggest misconceptions surrounding home inspections is that your home can fail. This is simply not true. You cannot fail per se, but rather it’s an inspection to see if any changes need to be made before you sell your home or move into a new one. Even though you may have lived comfortably in your home, despite its quirks, potential buyers may not have the same outlook. In some cases, it might even lead to a hazard like missing roof shingles, an electrical outlet might not be working correctly, etc. Fixing these issues will increase your chances of selling the home, and you might be able to get some of that money back in the sale. Here’s a general checklist of what our home inspectors will be looking for when they come to your house.