Home Inspection Service
What are we looking for when inspecting these systems?
The answer lies in three categories: Function, Safety, and Expense.
Anything considered a “significant deficiency” in Function or Safety we are on high alert to locate and report on. We are also going to advise regarding any major components that are approaching end of life meaning that “significant expense” is approaching for replacement.
This is an inspection of the:
Roof, Structure, Attic, underfloor Crawlspace
Plumbing System and Water Heater
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Ventilation Systems
Permanently Installed Appliances
Areas we go over and beyond the typical inspection:
We walk the roof for inspection, we enter and thoroughly inspect the attic, we identify faulty building products that many inspectors do not know how to identify, gas leak detection, we identify wall and foundation material though not visible, and we advise on rodent activity, drainage and grading, foundation depth issues, and actual AC performance testing.
A professional home inspection is performed according to the standards of practice of the American Society of home inspectors. The inspection will usually take 2 to 3 hours. We provide an extremely detailed report containing photos, construction and code diagrams, links to articles explaining more about issues found, and even a $60 book “The Home Reference Guide” by Carson Dunlop is contained within the report.
South Florida Home Inspections
- This is a pre-purchase or pre-listing inspection of over 500 components of the home identifying significant deficiencies and including cost estimates for repair in the following areas:
Roof, Drainage, Water penetration, Foundation, Structural, Electrical, Plumbing, Heating / Air Conditioning, Appliances & Mechanical
Your Inspector will have the highest qualifications in the profession
Florida License #HI9520
ASHI Certified #252915
Certified Residential Thermographer with Monroe Infrared
Member of the International Code Council, ICC # 9068551
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