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RESIDENTIAL HOME INSPECTION - A home inspection is a non-invasive, objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a house, from the roof to the foundation. The standard home inspector’s report will cover the condition of the home’s heating system; central air conditioning system (temperature permitting); interior plumbing and electrical systems; the roof, attic and visible insulation; walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors; the foundation, basement and structural components.
CONDOMINIUM INSPECTION - A Condo inspection is a non-invasive, objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a condominium, from the roof to the foundation. The standard condominium inspector’s report will cover the condition of the condo’s heating system; central air conditioning system (temperature permitting); interior plumbing and electrical systems; the roof, attic and visible insulation; walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors; the foundation, basement and structural components.
MOBILE HOME INSPECTION - A manufactured home inspection is a complete inspection of the home, from the roof to the ground. There are specific areas that are thoroughly inspected such as roofs, plumbing, electricity, heating and cooling, and flooring. A competent, licensed inspector for manufactured homes understands the unique issues of factory-built homes. This knowledge allows them to pinpoint current and future issues that may be unsafe, lower the value of the home, or be too expensive to repair.
4 POINT AND WIND INSPECTION - A “Four Point Inspection” focuses only on four main areas of interest in a home: HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) Electrical wiring and panels. Plumbing connections and fixtures. A Wind Mitigation Inspection is a great tool to reduce your overall cost when it comes to your homeowners insurance. Submitted to your insurance provider, it may result in discounts to your policy to help save money. Most existing homes have one or more construction features that will qualify for windstorm insurance premium discounts. A Wind Mitigation Inspection verifies the construction details of your home and is used to qualify for discounts on your insurance premium. The better your house is built to withstand Wind Damage, the more discounts you will qualify for each year. A wind mitigation inspection is a type of home inspection. The purpose of a wind mitigation inspection is to determine the appropriateness of a given structure's construction in the event of strong winds, such as those present in a hurricane. In Florida premium discounts for certain favorable wind mitigation features are mandated by State law and can sometimes show savings that up to 45% of the original policy's premium.
MOLD INSPECTION - In FL, mold is present everywhere and at all times. Many people are burdened by allergies and having the Peace of Mind to know that spore counts are not elevated in their breathing spaces prior to purchasing a home can alleviate those concerns and save expensive remediation costs.
SEWER SCOPE INSPECTION- During a full home inspection, we run the water to uncover possible drainage issues, but that does not tell us the full condition of what is underneath the home line to the city connection. Cracks, leaks and roots can cause issues to the sewer line and we run a full scope with video to the city connector to find any of those potential issues.
LEAD INSPECTION- Lead is known carcinogen and was widely used in older homes. The test can help head off any safety issues before the home is purchased.
ASBESTOS INSPECTION- Asbestos is a known carcinogen and was widely used in the siding, ductwork, pipe insulation, etc. on older homes. In its friable (airborne fibers) state, it can cause a host of health issues. A home inspection will not be able to identify all the places where asbestos may be, so having the additional air tested is crucial when buying an older home.
BALCONY INSPECTION - A RSHI Balcony Inspeciton is one that will comply with State requirement DBPR-HR-7020 "Division of Hotels and Restaurants Certificate of Balcony Inspection." This is required for all public lodging establishments, including hotels, apartments, and condos, that are three or more stories in height.
COMMERCIAL INSPECTION - A Commercial Inspection reviews the whole building on its interior and its exterior, from the roof to the foundation. The inspectiion will include a visual review of all areas of the building and its systems. This would normally include the interior and exterior walls, structural frame, roof, the exterior parking and pedestrian surfaces, interior floors, all plumbing, electrical and heating/cooling equipment. The inspeciton will include a review of the mechanical systems by opening the normal access plates and service compartment covers to allow an interior assessment of the particular piece of equipment.
WDO/TERMITE performed by P3 - Although commonly referred to as a "termite inspection," WDO stands for "wood-destroying organism," and a proper WDO inspection looks for evidence of infestation by termites (both subterranean and dry wood types), wood decay, wooddevouring beetles, as well as evidence of past infestations, damage to wood, or conditions conducive to infestation; and evidence of past treatments.