This can have some serious dollars attached down the road, and it’s better to know up front.
We used a traditional inspector, structural engineer and bug inspector.
Again, the house sitting empty and not having good circulation, this can happen in living quarters or basements and attics.
Inspectors are human beings, and can make mistakes.
Also, if your inspection shows anything structural, get an engineer in there before you buy.
Our inspector caught a lot of important items, but also had a few big misses that added up to some serious dollars the first year we owned the home.
I know when you are buying a home, spending another 0 or so on an inspection is not what your idea of well spent money, but trust me, it is very well spent.