A: Disclose everything you know that is a deficient item and any repairs you have made.
A: No. You should allow the buyers to decide what they want to negotiate with you to have repaired. Their desires may vary from what you would want to have repaired.
A: Look for any breakers that trip, signs of burnt or smoked cover plates on receptacles and switches. Do dimmer switches overheat? Do you smell a burning odor? Do lights flicker on and off? Any unusual smell or sense observed, you should call an electrician to review further.
A: Clothes dryer vents can be hazardous. These vents should be cleaned regularly to prevent fires. If you dryer takes longer than usual to dry a load of clothes, you need to have the vent pipes cleaned.
A: Home construction is the actual building process for the property. Home inspection is having the home inspected in accordance to the TREC standard of practice, which is a very long and multiple item or system inspection process.