A thorough visual inspection of all elements of the property is conducted to provide an unbiased comprehensive overview to the buyer so they can make informed decisions about the purchase.
Allow you the opportunity to review your property, correct unknown issues and provide a sense of transparency. Your buyer will be more accepting, and the negotiation will flow smoothly knowing you’ve provided up front details about the property.
Expiring Warranty Inspection
Your “1-Year Builders’ Warranty” is coming to an end, don’t let it slip away without a thorough inspection of the property to expose any hidden or newly developed issues. Then provide the builder with a detailed report of items to repair from a licensed inspection company.
Technology has not yet come to a point where machines build houses and quality issues on construction sites always pose a potential threat to your investment. A thorough inspection by a qualified third-party inspector will ensure final quality repairs can be completed, leaving you confident your investment is sound.
It is not uncommon to request the seller/builder repair numerous items after an inspection is completed. It is important to ensure corners were not cut and those items are corrected in a satisfactory manner.
Pool & Spa
This large part of the purchase decision quite often goes un-inspected because it is not included in the Standards of Practice. We will report adverse conditions of this important feature.
Also, not a normal part of the Standards of Practice most inspection companies don’t bother to review the sprinkler system. When possible, we will run every zone and report defects, so your well informed.
Infrared Thermography Inspection
Under the right conditions a well performed thermography inspection can reveal moisture issues, pest infestations, electrical problems and energy-saving conditions just to name a few.
4 Point Inspection
A four-point inspection focuses on the 4 major points of the home; Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, and the Roof. The condition, age, and defects are reported for these systems, carefully identifying safety concerns and/or issues that pose a threat to the system or the home. This inspection is used by insurance companies to determine if a property qualifies insurance. This inspection includes the Roof Certification as part of the standard inspection.
Wind Mitigation Inspections
A Wind Mitigation inspection identifies certain building and add-on features to the home that are known to reduce damage to the home during a strong windstorm or hurricane. Insurance companies use this report to determine what insurance credits (if any) apply to the home.
Is a roof inspection used to provide a professional opinion as to the rooftop’s remaining life expectancy by utilizing information such as installation date, type of materials and current condition. Roof deficiencies found will need to be repaired before the certification will be accepted in most cases. The roof certification is not a warranty but rather a statement of opinion from a licensed professional. This inspection is included in a standard 4 Point inspection.
Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) Inspection
A Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) Inspection provides a thorough inspection of the home that produces a written report for visible evidence of an infestation or damage by wood destroying organisms. Wood Destroying Organisms are not limited to subterranean and dry wood termites, but also identifies wood destroying beetles and wood destroying fungi. This service is only available in conjunction with complete home inspections and is performed by a third party.