Whether you are a first time home buyer or not one thing is always common : The process is very stressful .Let our extremely experienced home inspectors take away some of that stress.
Our inspection report will help you learn as much as you can about the property you are about to buy. It will point out major issues as well as small problems . Knowing the exact state the property is in can help you make an informed and wise decisions, as it can be one of the biggest financial undertakings in ones lifetime
The pre-delivery and end of warranty home inspections applies to brand new homes or homes that are at the end of their warranties (Yes, you should have your new home inspected). These house inspections take place up to a week before a closing and they allow buyers the opportunity to inspect their new home. Additionally, the inspection is to ensure that the home is substantially completed and major items are in working order.
If you are a Home seller our home inspection report will identify all the issues the property has , which gives you a chance to address any issues the buyer's home inspector could find and could kill the sale, also knowing the exact state the property is in ,makes setting up the right price for the house a much easier task.
Wind mitigation inspection is needed to determine which credits apply to a home. During a wind mitigation inspection, a certified inspector looks for key features and add-ons that reduce the amount of damage your home may suffer in the event of a hurricane or strong windstorm.
Insurance companies may require a four-point inspection for all homeowner, dwelling and mobile home applications for properties more than 30 years old. One of our Florida-licensed inspector will check the home’s electrical system, plumbing, heating/cooling system (HVAC) and roof. The inspector will provide the age, type and condition of the wiring, heating and plumbing systems, and roof. Any serious hazards or deficiencies (such as exposed wiring, active leaks or evidence of leaks) should be repaired before an application for coverage is submitted.
Roofs older than 25 years (shingle or other type) or 50 years (tile, slate, clay, concrete, or metal) require documentation showing at least three years remaining useful life. A Florida-licensed house inspector must conduct an inspection of the roof to check for any visible signs of damage or deterioration. When a roof has less than three years of remaining useful life, the homeowner must provide proof of a full-roof replacement to the home inspector before any policy is written on the home. The inspector will complete a Roof Inspection Form verifying the roof is in good condition.