Residential and Commercial Building Inspections
Residential Building Inspections
1. Pre-Sale Listing Inspection
This type of inspection is a quick 30-45 minute inspection. An inspector
performs a quick walkthrough of your mobile home or house. We
provide you with an overview of what you might need to repair or
items that might need to be replaced before you list your home.
2. Roof Inspection (Home or Mobile Home)
A roof inspection should be performed annually. If your roof leaks, the
entire structure could be at risk. Many insurance companies recommend
annual damage inspections in Florida. In fact, some insurance companies
require them. Roof inspections find problems that need to be repaired
before they become huge issues.
3. Four (4) Point Inspection (Home and Mobile Home)
A four-point inspection is sometimes a requirement when
obtaining a new homeowners insurance policy or renewing an
existing policy. A 4-point insurance inspection includes an
evaluation of the four following systems:
Roof: Type of Roof Covering (shingles, tile, rolled). The age and
condition of the roof. Are there missing shingles or leaks?
Electrical System: The type of the wiring in the home (copper,
aluminum, knob and tube). The brand of the electrical panel.
and the condition of the homes electrical system.
Heating and Cooling: The age and condition of the system.
Plumbing System: Inspects the type of supply and drain lines
found in the home (copper, CPVC, galvanized, lead, polybutylene,
etc. including the hot water heater.
4. Wind Mitigation (Mobile Home or Home)
A wind mitigation inspection is a report that may help homeowners
qualify for an insurance premium discount. These discounts are
provided to homeowners who have wind-resistance features on their
property. These features decrease the amount of damage that may
occur during a hurricane or heavy windstorm. This translates into less
risk for the insurance company. The main areas inspected include the
home’s construction, gable-end bracing, roof geometry and design,
the roof to wall connections – i.e. clips, straps, etc., any special impact
resistant glass, reinforced garage doors, hurricane shutters, a
secondary water resistance barrier, and any other protection used
to help prevent wind-borne debris damage. With your certified wind
mitigation report, the insurance company will calculate the amount
5. Infrared Thermal Inspection (Mobile Home or Home)
An infrared inspection is a high-tech service that lets us examine
a home or commercial building for a variety of problems, including
some electrical hazards, draft points or missing insulation, possible
plumbing leaks, and even roof leaks. Infrared technology is mostly
used to detect HVAC loss around windows, identify insulation
issues and check electrical panels for dangerous breakers.
6. Pre-Occupancy Inspection (Home)
This inspection service is tailored for our clients who have
purchased a home, and are about to take possession from the builder.
Our inspection will focus on deficiencies, quality of workmanship,
incomplete items, and recommendations on things to monitor in
7. Full Home Inspections
The full home inspection is an inspection of the entire home,
both the interior and exterior of the home. Our inspectors will
provide you with an easy to read detailed report of any deficiencies
found during the inspection. Our reports are not only detailed but
deficiencies will be accompanied with pictures. Depending on the
size of the home, a full home inspection takes between 2-5 hours
to complete. This visual inspection covers:
Commercial Building Inspections
This inspection service is tailored to clients needs. The inspection
is a comprehensive inspection that can help you identify current
or future concerns for your property. Our inspectors can provide
inspections for any size property but most of our inspections are
for small to mid-sized commercial properties, multi-family units,
warehouses, and retail outlets. This inspection consists of a
walk-through survey, document review, and interviews to
determine the property’s condition.
The scope of the inspection is based on various factors, including age,
occupancy, and type of construction. Inspections can range from a
visual examination of the property to a comprehensive inspection
of the building’s technical components. We want to make sure that
each facet of the commercial property is inspected properly in order
to help you make the best decision about your business.
Areas that we inspect can include:
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