Montreal's Home Inspector responds to, How Do I Know, and understand what the repeated term "Serviceable" or "Appears Serviceable" means in my home inspection report?

Robert Young Replies...

As one of Montreal's experienced home inspectors, (CMI) certified Montreal home inspector Robert Young replies, the Dictionary defines the term Serviceable as, and including, “Fulfilling its function adequately” or/and “functional and durable, rather than attractive.”
The term “Serviceable" is often used as a generalization term to explain the condition of a component in a home inspection report. "Serviceable or Appears to be satisfactory, if not perfect by apparence."

Robert Young's Montreal Home Inspection Services Inc. assesses over 400 hundred components in a home's structure, systems & components combining +3.5 decades of experience, modern brand name tools & technology, then chronicle the assessment utilizing Carson & Dunlop Horizon home inspection reporting software, thus allowing a condition assessment report that is detailed, loaded with images, illustrations and easy to navigate.

Do You Consider This Roof Top HVAC Ductwork Serviceable?

During your Montreal home inspection service with Robert Young's Montreal Home Inspection Services inc., we do not use the term serviceable or appears serviceable in our home inspection reports. Specifics are used to describe condition allowing individuals to understand the status of a component, and further ask you the question, do you consider this roof top HVAC ductwork serviceable?


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