Generally required by insurance companies issuing a policy on homes older than 25 years or more. This inspection checks the four main components of a home which are the Roof, Heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), Plumbing fixtures & connections, and Electrical panels and wiring.
A WMI can help you receive discounts on your insurance premiums as well as give you piece of mind by letting you know if your home is ready for the storms that are all to common for Florida. This inspection covers aspects of a home such as Roof coverings and installation, Roof deck attachment, Roof to wall ties, garage doors, windows, and style of roof As well as secondary water intrusion.
This inspection can be for a buyers pre-purchase to inspect the entirety of the home inside and out and is a thorough examination of the home and property to give the potential buyer a true idea of the condition of the home and uncover defects that could possibly cost the new owner more money to fix the defects or even affect the value of the home.
A New Construction Home Inspection covers all aspects of the home while being constructed at all phases of the home building process to ensure any errors made during the construction are addressed before closing on your newly built home and verify that everything was completed to your expectations.
A Manufactured or Mobile Home Inspection is similar to a standard home inspection as it has some of the same elements involved. This inspection includes the crawlspace but is limited to all components of the home but not including the structural certification that may be required to be obtained by a lender in order to finance the home which is a service we provide through our HUD Certification Inspections.
A Manufactured Home Certification Inspection, also known as a HUD Inspection, Is a structural inspection to confirm that the home is permanently tied down, will not float off the piers or foundation and the drainage of the home will not flood the crawlspace or basement. This inspection is required by certain lenders during the home buying process in order to obtain a loan to purchase a manufactured home.
Most contractors provide a 12 month warranty on newly constructed homes and a Warranty Inspection provides a new construction home owner with a chance to have their home inspected to ensure any defects or deficiencies that occurred during the home building process are addressed before that warranty expires and eliminates the builders liability to any repairs that may need to be done, making them your expense.
We provide Thermal Imaging with every home inspection as an extra measure to help ensure a thorough inspection and provide a better understanding of a homes energy efficiency as well as locate possible moisture intrusion or leaks that wouldn't be able to be seen with the naked eye.