“Our home inspection service provides a comprehensive assessment of a property’s condition to help homeowners and buyers make informed investments. Our licensed and certified home inspectors thoroughly examine the property’s structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, as well as its interior and exterior features, to identify potential defects or safety hazards. Our goal is to provide our clients with peace of mind and help them make informed decisions about their investments in real estate. We serve all of South Florida including Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Parkland, Deerfield Beach, Coconut Creek, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, and West Palm Beach.”
4 Point Inspection
A 4-point inspection is a type of home inspection that assesses the condition of four main components of a property: the roof, electrical system, plumbing system, and HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system. This inspection is commonly required by insurance companies before providing coverage for an older home or one that has not been inspected in a while. The purpose of the 4-point inspection is to identify any potential issues that could lead to property damage or safety hazards, and to help the insurance company determine the level of risk associated with the property.
Wind mitigation inspection is a type of home inspection that evaluates a property’s resilience to wind damage caused by hurricanes and other severe weather conditions. The inspection involves assessing various structural features, including the roof, windows, doors, and walls, to identify areas that may be vulnerable to wind damage. The purpose of the inspection is to provide homeowners with recommendations on how to improve their property’s wind resistance, which can help to reduce the risk of damage and lower insurance premiums. Some areas require homeowners to obtain a wind mitigation inspection before they can qualify for certain types of insurance coverage or discounts.
A roof certification is a document issued by a licensed roofing contractor or inspector, certifying that a roof is in good condition and free from leaks or other defects. This certification is often required by lenders, insurance companies, or buyers during a real estate transaction to ensure that the property’s roof is in good condition and does not pose a risk to the property’s value or safety. The certification typically includes a detailed report on the condition of the roof, identifying any necessary repairs or maintenance needed to maintain the roof’s integrity.
General Home Inspection
A complete home inspection is a comprehensive assessment of the overall condition of the property, including its structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems. Our inspection is conducted by a licensed and certified home inspector who will examine the property’s interior and exterior, roof, foundation, insulation, ventilation and other areas to identify any possible defects or safety hazards. We issue a complete home inspection report that includes recommendations for repairs or maintenance needed to resolve any issues found during the inspection.