Our reports include high quality digital photographs with captions and highlights presented in a clear and concise easy to read
report. You WILL be impressed with the quality and effectiveness of our reports
Our reports can be customized to suite your individual needs as a home buyer. Remember a home inspector works for YOU, the
report and the information is for your benefit.
Our most popular service! Everything you need to know to make an educated decision before purchasing a home, Including all major systems such as Roof, Heating and Air Conditioning, Plumbing, Electrical and Structure
Some other of the items that are inspected are;
Interior and Exterior Walls
Attic and Roof Structure
Insulation and Ventilation
Windows, Doors, Cabinets and Countertops
Plumbing fixtures and systems
Electrical systems and controlled devices
Exterior Fascia, Soffits and Trim
Air Conditioning System and Controls
Evidence of Moisture and visible evidence of Mold
Pool and Spas
Patios, Decks and Retention Walls
Gutters and Drainage systems
Sprinklers systems and Irrigation systems
Are you looking to get homeowners insurance to protect your investment or because it is required we offer all the inspections services you will need.
We highly recommend having a conversation with your agent about the home you are purchasing to see before booking an inspection if any insurance inspections will be required.
TIPS TO HELP
If you are thinking about making changes to your home that will improve the homes posture on the wind mitigation, consult with your insurance agent first to see how much of an additional discount you can get for the proposed changes. You can use this info to calculate return on investment and decide if it is worth it to you.
A general rule of thumb, and this greatly varies by insurance company, is that a house 30 years or older will require a four point inspection.
Ask your insurance agent to show you the wind mitigation discount calculation. It can be a complex calculation and it’s easy to make costly mistakes.
Ask your agent to follow their underwriter’s discount policies to the letter. The underwriting may change your premium or even cancel your policy if their review of the wind mitigation reveals a discrepancy. Keep in mind this review may take up to a year – don’t be unpleasantly surprised!
If your home was built to the 2001 FBC (permit application date on of after March 1, 2002) most insurance companies offer a standard discount package for 2001 FBC homes. Compare your premium calculated with a wind mitigation report to the standard package. Insist on the lower of the two premiums.
A windstorm mitigation inspection is a verification of the installed protective features of a home. There is no pass or fail, only documentation of the home's current state at the time of inspection. The form is used to determine the discount that can be applied toward you homeowner's insurance premiums. All insurance discounts are not the same, please contact you insurance agent for quotes.
If you do not have an insurance agent currently we would be happy to recommend some of the great companies that we have worked with in the past! Just ask and we can send your report to any number of Great agent we have in our network!
A "Windstorm Mitigation Inspection" focuses on 7 categories of the build construction
Was the house built to the 2001 FBC?
Was the roof covering type and installation compliant with the 2001 FBC?
What is the type of roof deck attachment system?
What is the type of the roof to wall attachment system?
What is the roof shape?
Does the roof have secondary water resistance?
What kind of opening protection does the home have?
4 POINT INSPECTION
A Four Point Inspection determine insurability of the home, dwelling or property.
Currently a majority of the insurance companies will Require this if the home is 30 years of age or older, some insurance companies may Require this at anytime.
A “Four Point Inspection” focuses only on four main areas of interest in a home:
HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
Electrical wiring and panels
Plumbing connections and fixtures
The inspection and report describes the condition and age of these elements.
Our Standard Commercial Building Inspection includes a complete and comprehensive visual inspection of the building's construction from top to bottom and investigates the following:
Roof condition and life expectancy
Structural and exterior walls
Foundation and concrete slabs
ADA accessibility, Fire and Life Safety Code Compliance
Electrical panels and wiring
Plumbing fixtures and piping
Air conditioning equipment & ductwork
Elevators, stairs, entrances and exits
Existing tenant improvements
Walkways, parking & drives
Landscape, irrigation system, site grading & drainage
Our Services are not limited we also certified to offer these additional inspections
TERMITE INSPECTIONS (DL pest control)
AIR QUALITY INSPECTIONS
SPRINKLER SYSTEM INSPECTIONS
WATER QUALITY INSPECTIONS
POOL & SPA INSPECTIONS
Foundation Certifications for Mobile Homes
Whatever it is that you require we will get it done or find a professional in the area to assist you.