Duplex/Multiplex Inspection

Buying a Duplex or Multiplex? Don’t skip the inspection! A duplex or multiplex property can have hidden issues just like any other home, threatening your health, safety, and investment. With WIN, you can get a thorough and professional inspection of your units and their systems to ensure their quality and safety.

Duplex/Multiplex Homes
Duplex/Multiplex Homes


Of customers learned of hidden property issues that needed to be addressed.


Of a household’s annual energy consumption stems from HVAC systems, making their assessment necessary in reducing costs.

12% - 18%

Of homes found issues with water heaters, plumbing, and electrical systems.

WIN Home Inspector doing a Duplex Inspection

Why Get a Duplex/Multiplex Inspection with WIN? 

Our comprehensive Duplex/Multiplex Inspection assesses 300+ items in your property including interior and exterior components, roof, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, foundation, and major appliances. Whether you are looking to purchase a duplex or multiplex as your main residence, vacation home, or investment property, it’s essential to have it inspected to ensure you are aware of any key issues so you can make an informed decision.

Benefits of a Duplex/Multiplex Inspection

Be an Informed Buyer: Gain an unbiased assessment of the home’s condition so you can make an informed decision.
Protect Your Investment: Avoid expensive surprises and repairs by identifying existing and potential issues before they arise.
Gain Peace of Mind: Enjoy confidence and satisfaction in your new duplex or multiplex knowing it was inspected with WIN Home Inspection.

How Does a Duplex/Multiplex Inspections Work?

At WIN, we use specialized equipment to conduct a Duplex/Multiplex Inspection, ensuring accurate results and comprehensive evaluations of your property's condition.

WIN Home Inspector checking AC unit in a duplex


Inspect the Exterior

When inspecting the exterior features of the home, we check that there are no areas of concern with the drainage of the property, roof, gutters, siding, porches, decks, garage, foundation and more.


Inspect the Interior


Check the Major Systems


Receive Your Report


Have a Post-Inspection Consultation


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A Duplex/Multiplex Inspection helps you uncover any hidden issues within the unit, providing you with peace of mind and helping you prevent costly repairs later.
Typically takes two hours to complete, however the time it takes depends on the home's size and scope of the inspection. This inspection is typically scheduled while under contract during your contingency period.
Common issues include interior problems such as water damage, HVAC issues, and other maintenance-related concerns.
A Duplex/Multiplex Inspection encompasses a comprehensive evaluation of the property, including its foundation, structural elements, crawl space, walls, doors, windows, siding, HVAC, electrical and plumbing systems, attic, roof, fireplaces, interior stairways, bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchen, laundry room, exterior grading, and the presence of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.