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501-206-1839  Direct
Clearview Inspections Inc.

  • Foundation
  • Floor Structure
  • Wall Structure       
  • Columns
  • Ceiling Structure
  • Roof Structure

  • Exterior Wall Covering
  • Flashing & Trim
  • Exterior Doors & Windows
  • Decks, Balconies, Porches, Steps & Railings
  • Eaves, Soffits & Fascias
  • Grading, Surface Drainage & Retaining Walls
  • Walkways, Patios & Driveways

  • Roof Covering
  • Roof Drainage Systems
  • Roof Flashings
  • Skylights, Chimneys & Roof Penetrations

  • Interior Water Supply & Distribution Systems
  • Piping Materials, Supports & Insulation
  • Functional Flow & Leaks
  • Fixtures & Faucets
  • Drain, Waste & Vent Systems
  • Water Heating Equipment
  • Normal Operating Controls
  • Automatic Safety Controls
  • Vent Systems, Flues & Chimneys
  • Fuel Storage & Fuel Distribution Systems
  • Drainage Sumps, Sump Pumps & Related Piping

  • System Components
  • Vent Systems, Flues & Chimneys
  • Proper Clearances
  • Electrical Service Drop
  • Service Entrance Conductors, Cables &
  • Amperage & Voltage Rating
  • Service Equipment & Main Disconnects
  • Service Grounding
  • Interior Components of Service Panels &
    Sub Panels
  • Conductors
  • Overcurrent Protection Devices
  • Lighting Fixtures, Switches & Receptacles
  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters

  • Installed Heating Equipment
  • Normal Operating Controls
  • Automatic Safety Controls
  • Main Fuel Shut Off
  • Distribution System
  • Vent Systems, Flues & Chimneys

  • Installed Central Cooling Equipment
  • Normal Operating Controls
  • Refrigerant Lines
  • Main Power Shut Off
  • Distribution System

  • Walls, Ceilings & Floors
  • Steps, Stairways & Railings
  • Countertops & Cabinets
  • Doors & Windows
  • Garage Doors & Openers

  • Insulation & Vapor Retarders in Unfinished
  • Attic & Foundation Insulation
  • Mechanical Ventilation Systems
My inspections meet and exceed the Arkansas Standards of Practice & Code of Ethics.
The home inspection should not be confused with an appraisal, a municipal
code inspection, an environmental audit, or a home owner's warranty.
Home inspections should also highlight the positive aspects of a home.
What is a Home Inspection?

A home inspection is a professional, objective, visual examination of the condition of a home. Home
buyers now entering the marketplace view inspections as a way to gain valuable information about what may be
the biggest purchase of their lifetime. It helps them to determine whether there are any major defects or system
inadequacies at the time of purchase.
In most cases, home inspections are performed after a sales contract, conditional upon a satisfactory home
inspection, has been accepted by the seller. The inspection can usually be arranged immediately to within a few
days. The home buyer is typically encouraged to attend the inspection, so that he/she can see first hand the
workings of the home. It also represents an excellent opportunity for the prospective buyer to ask questions
about the home or to discuss potential changes.
In fact, many of the home inspector's observations or recommendations
help to dispel home purchaser anxieties, and provide useful repair
The home inspector's service to the purchaser is primarily one of
education. The goal of the inspector is to provide the purchaser with a
better understanding of the physical condition of the home in order that
they can make a well-informed decision. It is also the inspector's role to
keep his findings in perspective for the buyer. After the inspection is
completed, a written report should be prepared for the home buyer,
documenting the results of the inspection.
Consumers should be very careful when shopping for a home inspector.  Any home inspector or
company should be properly trained and licensed. Home inspection companies that offer to do repair work, or
recommend repair companies, should be avoided.