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|Southeast Home inspection
Services offer the following
services; Home Inspections in and
around Myrtle Beach, SC, house
inspection, real estate inspection,
new home construction
inspections, condo inspections,
real estate inspection service,
Area of coverage; Myrtle Beach,
Horry County, South Carolina
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Southeast Home Inspections, (Henceforth SEHI), will not disclose any information concerning the
results of the inspection without the approval of the clients or their representatives.
SEHI will not accept compensation, financial or otherwise, from more than one interested party
for the same service without the consent of all interested parties.
SEHI will not accept, or offer commissions or allowances, directly or indirectly, from other parties
connection with work for which the Inspector is responsible.
SEHI will promptly disclose to his client any interest in a business which may affect the client.
SEHI will not allow an interest in any business to affect the quality or results of the inspection
work, which we may be called upon to perform.
SEHI will not perform any work or improvement to a residence upon which the Inspector
performed a home inspection within the previous 12 months.
Purpose: The purpose of a residential inspection is to disclose the general conditions of the
building, improvements, mechanical systems and appliances as they exist on the day of the
Scope: The scope of the residential inspection is a visual observation, with limited use of
mechanical instruments, of readily accessible areas of the building, improvements, mechanical
systems and appliances.
The inspection is limited to areas and systems identified as follows:
grounds and appurtenances; roofing / guttering / other roof components; home exteriors; garage /
carport; electrical; basement / crawl space / slab; plumbing; heating; cooling; attic; general interiors
and kitchen /appliances.
The Residential Inspector Standards are designed to identify and disclose observed general
The Residential Inspection is limited to readily accessible areas. No disassembly of equipment or
activating of equipment that has been “shut – down” should be performed.
No opening of walls, moving furniture, appliances, stored items, walking on roofs or excavation is
to be performed.
Concealed, camouflaged, or inaccessible conditions may not be exposed.
Systems and conditions that are not within the scope of the inspection include, but are not limited
to: environmental hazards (e.g. lead paint, formaldehyde, toxic or flammable materials, asbestos,
radon); pest infestation; portable appliances (e.g. washer, dryers, window air conditioners);
security systems; telephone or television systems, fire or lawn sprinklers; swimming pools; spas or
jetted tubs; tennis courts; playground or other recreational or leisure appliances or equipment;
septic or drainage systems; water wells; zoning ordinances; or any items considered cosmetic in
Any general comments about these systems and conditions are informational only and do not
represent an inspection.
Warranties and Guarantees
The residential inspection report is not intended to be used as a guarantee or warranty,
expressed or implied,
regarding adequacy, performance, or condition of any inspected building improvements,
mechanical system or appliance.
SEHI takes no position on value nor make any representation as to advisability of
purchase or suitability to use.
SEHI will not incite or stir up quarrels or groundless lawsuits.
SEHI will not be responsible for any system failures before during of after visual inspections,
specifically water heaters and heating / cooling systems.