Every home has its own identity and every inspection should should be tailored to fit.  We offer three types of inspections that can be selected as one or any combination of the three.  Our General Inspection will cover all of the major components of your home as well as any special features that may be present.  Your presence during the inspection is welcomed and encouraged as this is a great way for you to familiarize yourself with your new home. Please contact us for additional information on services and how we can best serve you.



The general home inspection will cover the condition of the home's major systems: heating and air conditioning system (temperature permitting); interior plumbing system; electrical system; the roof, attic and visible insulation; walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors; and the foundation, basement and structural components.  The inspection will also point out any safety concerns and suggestions for correction.  Reports are delivered electronically within 24 hours of the inspection,.



A wind mitigation inspection is a thorough assessment of a home’s wind-resistant features. These features can be anything from door/window coverings to the way your roof is attached to your home to how your roof is sealed to prevent water from entering. Though a wind mitigation inspection is not required to get Florida homeowners insurance, it can result in substantial savings.


The scope of the inspection is the same as a general inspection, but performed for the seller. A pre-listing inspection focuses on proper functionality of all major systems and components of the house: heating and cooling; electrical; plumbing; roof and structure; siding; and doors and windows. It’s a full inspection for the seller to better understand the condition of their home prior to the buyer’s inspection. This gives the seller important information to consider so they’re not caught off-guard in the midst of a transaction.



A 4 point inspection is typically required by insurance companies for homes over 20 years old and looks at the 4 major systems (Roof, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC).  An insurance company wants to know that an older home has been well maintained, and the major systems are in good working condition.