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New Hill Home Inspection

We are motivated to assist you in transitioning into your upcoming house with a New Hill home inspection!

Moving into a recently purchased house is a great moment. Please let our group at Steve Smallman Property Inspections help you pay attention to making your family prepared for the transition. Our team will take the strain out of your purchase with an in-depth New Hill home inspection!

Ever since 2006, our specialists at Steve Smallman Property Inspections have provided in-depth home inspections for the New Hill and Greater Raleigh communities.

Home Inspection Services- What We Are Looking For

With our team, our New Hill home inspections are provided by certified specialists. This is what our Steve Smallman Property Inspections staff will keep an eye out for:

New Hill Residential Window And Door Inspection

  • Exterior doors: We inspect that the exterior doors shut and lock correctly
  • Exterior windows: Our home inspection pros make sure that the rubber seals operate properly
  • Garage door and sensors: We trigger the garage door and check that the optical sensor functions  effectively

New Hill Property Exteriors Inspection

  • External walls: Our home inspection pros validate that the siding or other wall covers are effective
  • Roofing trim: Our home inspection pros document that the eaves and soffits are fit
  • Roofing joints: Our home inspection pros verify that valleys in the roof have a watertight seal
  • Pavers and concrete: Our professionals check driveways, walkways, and paths
  • Water flow: Our home inspection pros document yard slope, surface rain flow, and shrubbery to identify any potential water leak issues

HVAC System Inspections

  • Heat & air-flow system: Our home inspection pros make use of the heating system to validate the buttons are functioning efficiently.
  • Cooling system: Our home inspection pros look over the air conditioning system, to make sure the controls act effectively.
  • Operations check: Our home inspection pros check that your AC and heating systems act correctly.

Basement, Crawlspace, and Foundation Inspection Services

  • Crawl spaces and basements: Our professionals look over any rotting wood in contact with soil.
  • Water intrusion check: We look over all evidence of current water intrusion.
  • Foundation review:  We view any rotting of wooden framework contacting of foundation shifts, like rotting of plaster breaks, masonry breaks, out-of-true door frames, and uneven flooring.
  • Integral wood:  We review any damage to or drilling of frame wood that can create a structural safety issue.

New Hill Electrical System Inspections

  • Electric utility meter review: Our professionals document that your electrical metering and base act efficiently.
  • Safeguard review: Our professionals confirm that the electric conduit is grounded and linked well.
  • Safety hardware: Our professionals make sure that your circuit breakers and fuses are functioning properly.
  • Switches & electrical receptacles:  We look over several fixtures, switches, and receptacles, including GFCI switches.

New Hill Plumbing System Inspection

  • Water supply controls: Our professionals confirm that the water main supply shutoff is operating  correctly
  • Water heating system review:  We review the ventilation, energy source, and temperature pressure relief valves
  • Interior water supply:  Our professionals test all fixtures, faucets, and toilets
  • Drain review:  Our professionals inspect tubs, showers, and sinks for drains acting  properly 
  • Sump pumps:  technicians look over sump pumps that are accessible

Why Pick Steve Smallman Property Inspections for New Hill Home Inspection

When you team up with our team of New Hill home inspection experts, you can rely on us to provide quality home inspections on a tight timeline.

To hear from our New Hill home inspectors for your home services, call us today at 919-669-3639!

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Steve Smallman Property Inspections, LLC is pleased to offer these specialized inspection services to our customers.


If you’re the first-ever occupant of your brand-new home, you have specific inspection needs before moving in. We inspect your new home before your final walkthrough to add an objective set of experienced eyes to help protect your investment. We also do pre-drywall inspections.


New homes may come with a warranty that lasts a year. An 11-month inspection is key in terms of taking advantage of what your warranty guarantees. We check for anything covered by your warranty before it expires so that the proper party is responsible for any repairs.


Selling a home? A pre-listing inspection gives you an advantage. Letting us identify maintenance needs before you sell lets your home enter the market in its very best state free from defects that could cause potential buyers to turn away from what could be a golden opportunity for everyone.


Life moves so quickly that general and even significant home maintenance can sometimes be forgotten. Furthermore, some routine home maintenance items are difficult to spot without the proper experience. Let our highly-trained inspectors give your home a check-up and help you prioritize regular home maintenance to save money and to help keep your family safe.


Termites and other wood-destroying insects cause millions of dollars of damage per year to buildings all over North Carolina. Our inspectors are all Registered Pest Control Technicians with the NC Department of Agriculture Structural Pest Control Division. We are affiliated with Cooper Pest Control to provide the wood-destroying insect reports (WDIR) required by many mortgage lenders.


Radon – an odorless, colorless gas – naturally occurs in most soil. It’s also the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers in North America. We can perform the EPA-recommended radon testing that determines whether or not you are being exposed to safe levels of radon within your home.