Beaumont Inspections, LLC
Home Inspectors in the state of North Carolina are Licensed and Certified through the Office of State Fire Marshal. Inspectors are required to undergo training and testing by certified institiutions. InterNACHI (International / National Association of Certified Home Inspectors) is the only tuition free program accredited by the ACCET, an agency recognized by United Stated Department of Education. The Home Inspector's Standards Of Practice (SOP) sets forth the minimum standards of practice and regulations required of licensed home inspectors and is stipulated by the state of North Carolina in all home inspection agreements. To perform a home inspection for compensation or to claim to be a licensed home inspector, an individual must be licensed by the Board. An individual who is not licensed by the Board may perform a home inspection without compensation.
  Covering, Roof Drainage Systems, Flashings, Flues, Skylights, Chimneys, & Other Penetrations
  Trim & Flashing, Doors, Walkways, Patios, Driveways, Decks, Grading, Drainage
  Floor, Wall, Ceiling Structure, & Roof Structure
  Equipment, Normal Operating Controls, Distribution System, Heat in each Occupied Space
  Equipment, Normal Operating Controls, Distribution System, Cooling in each Occupied Space
  Main Shut-Off, Regulator, Drain & Vents, Supply & Distribution, Hot Water, Sump Pump
  Entrance Conductors, Main & Sub Panels, Branch Wiring, Lighting, GFCI, AFCI, Smoke, CO
  Vents, Flues, Chimneys, Lintels, Damper Doors, Cleanout Doors & Frames
  Basement / Crawl / Attic Insulation, Vapor Retarders, Ventilation, Exhaust Systems
  Doors, Windows, Floors, Walls, Ceilings, Steps, Stairways & Railings, Countertops & Cabinets
  Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Range / Oven / Cooktop, Disposal, Built-In Microwave
  Ceiling, Floor, Walls & Firewalls, Garage Door, Garage Door Opener, Personnel Door

Home inspections performed according to NCHILB Rules shall provide the client with an understanding of the property conditions, as inspected at the time of the home inspection. They shall provide a written contract, signed by the client, before the home inspection is performed that the home inspection is in accordance with the Standards of Practice of the North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board Rules. The Inspector shall state what services shall be provided and the cost; inspect readily visible and readily accessible installed systems and components described in the Rules.

The Inspector will submit a written report to the client that shall describe those systems and components required by the State of North Carolina which were present at the home and designated for inspection however were not inspected, and the reason for them not being inspected at the time of inspection.

The Inspector will state any systems or components inspected that do not function as intended, allowing for normal wear and tear, or appear not to function as intended, based upon documented tangible evidence. The Inspector will describe each system or component, and state how the condition is defective; explain the implications of defective conditions reported; and direct the client to a course of action for repair, monitoring, or further investigation by a specialist.

The report will include the Inspector’s name, license number, and signature of the person conducting the inspection. A summary page(s) may report observations and conditions, including safety or habitability concerns, or render opinions of items in addition to those required by the State of North Carolina.