Summer is in full swing and potential buyers still have the upper hand when it comes to purchasing a new home in the U.S. With so many things to consider when finding the right house, it is important to take precautionary measures to eliminate possible problems. Even though a home inspection is not a requirement by law in every state, many buyers find that taking this preventative step is critical in the home-buying process.
Many home inspections consist of evaluating the condition of the heating and cooling systems as well as checking the structure of the property. Home inspectors have the advantage of using the Kestrel 4200 to monitor the consistency of the air flow and temperature in each room of the home. The home inspector professional can do this quickly by keying in the size of the duct on the Kestrel meter and holding it into the airflow as the readings are displayed on the screen. The findings then can be saved immediately using the customizable data-logging feature.
After the inspection is complete, the inspector can refer back to the meter and revisit the information to create his or her report. This is reassuring to both the home buyer and inspector because they can be confident that the collected data is accurate. With heating and air conditioning being one of the most important components of the home, an inspection performed with the Kestrel meter will ease the buyer’s mind.
For more detailed information regarding the Kestrel 4200, visit the product page athttp://www.nkhome.com/kestrel/kestrel-4200/