During an inspection, the inspector will test the water pressure. They can run water tests for things like Total Coliform and E. coli bacteria. A septic dye test can be done to check for seepage and a use in function letter can be given if system passes.
There are many reasons behind the necessity of getting an electrical inspection. Some of the most common ones are:
Protection against possible surges: This is a common phenomenon in different regions, especially when there is a storm. Electrical surges can not only ruin your appliances, but can also create short circuits in your house.
Fire: Many a times it has been seen that an electrical short circuit has been the reason behind a fire breakout in a house. The cause of these short circuits are different loose wires in the meter or in the cabling itself.
Shocks: Imagine touching an electronic appliance and immediately experiencing a surging electric current in your body. Although the impact may not be that disastrous; however, this could lead to other mishaps easily.
An inspection of your roof includes checking the condition of the shingles, flashing and chimney work, as well as looking for leaks. Also expect an inspection inside the house looking carefully at the eaves, interior chimney surfaces, fasteners, roof braces, and support material.