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A Home inspection is a visual examination of the structure and systems of a building. If you are thinking of buying a home, condo/townhouse, you should have it thoroughly inspected before the final purchase by an experienced and impartial professional inspector.
An educated buyer has confidence in their purchase decision. The buyers Inspection provides you with a blueprint of the home you want to purchase. The inspector can identify problem areas that may not be visible to you and were not discovered prior to the offer. You will receive a full report of any major defects to minor deficiencies or potentially hazardous conditions of the home. Having this report will allow you and your realtor to discuss a plan of action before moving forward.
Note that this inspection is based on the observations made on the date of the inspection, and not a prediction of future conditions.
If you're ready to sell your home and want to ensure the sale process will go smoothly and quickly, you may want to consider a pre-listing home inspection.
A pre-listing inspection, which is paid for by the home seller or listing agent, provides a written report as to the condition of the property. It could uncover any concerns that might compromise a sale.
Typically, home inspections are paid for by the buyer and performed right before closing the sale of the home. By moving the inspection to the beginning of the sales cycle, sellers are able to shorten the process by removing obstacles before they can interfere with a potential sale.
New construction home inspections allow you to be proactive about your home purchase. On a resale property, you can only inspect the home after the fact—meaning all you can do is repair an issue or cover it up. With a well-timed inspection in your construction process, your builder can actually get to the root of the problem and remedy it entirely before the build goes further. With a new construction home, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors recommends you have two or three inspections on the property.
The first year of a builder’s warranty period is particularly important as the builder has responsibility for a broader range of defects during the first 12 months after purchase. Many defects or issues that would be covered by the builders first year warranty go undiscovered until it is too late because few home owners are trained to know what and how to inspect for these potential and common flaws. That is where an 11th month inspection can really help save you money and headaches!
An annual home maintenance inspection will clear up any concerns you have about the health of your house. A home maintenance inspection gives you a full picture of any below-the-radar repairs that need to be completed before you put your home up for sale.
So whether you're contemplating moving or simply want to know if the systems in your home are working properly, an inspection can be a huge benefit.
A 4 point inspection looks at the 4 major systems (Roof, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC) in an older home. Insurance companies wants to know that an older home has been well maintained, and that the major systems are in good working condition. This is not a safety inspection.
A wind mitigation inspection (also called a windstorm mitigation inspection) is where a certified inspector looks over a property for specific weather withstanding features. These features can be anything from door/window coverings to the way your roof is attached to your home and how your roof is sealed to prevent water from entering. Though a wind mitigation inspection is not required to get Florida Homeowner Insurance, it can result in substantial savings.
A Roof Certification Insurance Inspection is a limited, visual inspection of the roof system. It is not the same as a Wind Mitigation Inspection.
The basic purposes of a Roof Certification Inspection are to inform a buyer about the condition of the roof, disclose the roof's remaining life expectancy, and to make repairs, if necessary.
Foundation Certification for Manufactured Homes: Lenders want to know if the manufactured home was properly installed and the foundations, piers and anchorage systems do not compromise the structural integrity of the house.
Moisture Intrusion Inspections
Safe Workplace Inspections
Pool & Spa Inspections