• What Is a 4-Point Inspection?

    What Is a 4-Point Inspection? Insurance companies often require a 4-Point Inspection for the home buyer or homeowner to receive or maintain homeowner’s insurance. The insurance company’s concern is there may be conditions existing in an older or even a newer home that could be a potential liability for them.
  • 11-Month New Home Warranty Inspection

    11-Month New Home Warranty InspectionAn 11-month warranty inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of your new home’s interior and exterior construction. It includes the inspection of all the major systems and components before the builder’s warranty runs out. This is done to provide a record of the home’s deficiencies the builder is expected to repair under their new home warranty policy.
  • How Much Does a Home Inspection Cost?

    How much does a home inspection cost? The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has estimated that a typical home inspection may cost $300 to $500 or more in most markets. This will most commonly not include the 4-point inspection, which is required for the insurer and the wind mitigation report that most homes in Florida will require. These additional inspections are at an additional cost.
  • A Homeowners Roof Inspection

    Some homeowners don’t check on their roof until they start experiencing problems. However, you should be looking for signs that you need a new roof.
  • Three Costly Mistakes Every Home Buyer Should Avoid

    Costly Mistake #1: Thinking you can't afford it.Many people who thought that buying the home they wanted was simply out of their reach are now enjoying a new lifestyle in their very own homes.Buying a home is the smartest financial decision you will ever make. In fact, most homeowners would be broke at retirement if it wasn't for one saving grace -- the equity in their homes. Furthermore, tax allowances favor home ownership.  
  • Flexible Drain Pipe-Accordion Pipe

    Should flexible accordion drainpipe or waste pipe be used? Why do most home improvement stores have them. Why sell it if you are not supposed to use it?
  • Wind Mitigation Inspection

    The better your home is built and its capacity to withstand any type of wind damage that the weather may cause is a plus in this process. A Wind Mitigation inspection could help you reduce the cost of your homeowners insurance.
  • Pre-Purchase Inspection

    When you decide to buy a home, it can be a stressful experience. You will have many questions that keep coming up before you commit to a big financial decision. Questions like: Will the house be fully functional or need repairs? Are the appliances in good working condition and/or need to be replaced soon? That is why we help you with a complete certified home inspection. We provide a pre-purchase inspection before the closing date while the property has been put under a contract.
  • Pre-Listing Inspection

    We advise you to perform a home inspection, by our licensed home inspector, when selling your house and even before you list it to make sure you are aware of all the repairs issues or problems that may come up from a potential buyer. A pre-listing home inspection gives the seller a heads up on the issues that will affect the fair market value of their home.