A WIN home inspection provides a comprehensive analysis of the current condition of a home. An inspection first assesses the structural components of a property, and then reviews the property's major and ancillary systems. Home inspectors tend to start by looking at a home's foundation, then move on to other large-scale structural elements – such as its roof, basement and/or crawl space, attic, walls, ceilings, windows and doors, and floors. Then the inspection narrows in on specific systems, such as heating and cooling, plumbing, and electrical systems. The inspection also includes an assessment of how well attached garages, decks, porches and related construction have been built.