Full Inspection Includes:
Complete Exterior, Interior & Lot Grading
Roof, vents, flashing and trim. Gutters and downspouts. Skylight, chimney, and other roof penetrations. Decks, stoops, porches, walkways, and railings. Eaves, soffit, and fascia. Grading and drainage. Foundation and crawlspace. Water penetration and foundation movement. Heating systems. Cooling systems.
Water service and supply. Water heating system. Interior plumbing fixtures and faucets. Electrical service line and meter box. Main disconnect and service amperage. Electrical panels, breakers, and fuses. Grounding and bonding. GFCI's and AFCI's Fireplace damper door and hearth. Insulation and ventilation. Garage doors, sensors, and openers. And much more.
A 4 Point inspection is typically requested by a
Mortgage or Insurance company for homes over
20+ years old to insure major systems are working
properly and suitable for living.
1) HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
2) Electrical wiring and panels
3) Plumbing connections and fixtures
4) Roof Condition, age and approximate
remaining useful life is typically reported.
$100.00 Stand alone
or $ 50.00 with Full inspection.
Wood Destroying Organisms
Also known as a TERMITE Inspection.
By Florida law WDO's can only be completed
by a Certified Pest Control operator with proper licensing.
Steve Kubalek is a State of Florida licensed WDO Inspector
with Sun State Pest Management. Lic # JE240029.
Typical charges are between $75 to $125
A windstorm inspection, also referred to as a windstorm insurance inspection or wind mitigation inspection, is a kind of home inspection common in the coastal areas of the Southeastern United States. The purpose of a windstorm 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.
Windstorm inspections look for construction features that have been shown to reduce losses in hurricanes, such as a hip roof, concrete block construction, the presence of gable end bracing, shutters and opening protections, the presence of roof to wall attachments such as toe nails, clips or hurricane straps, and the presence of a secondary water resistance barrier. A homeowner can often submit the results of a wind mitigation inspection to their insurer to obtain discounts on their windstorm insurance. In Florida, for example, premium discounts for certain favorable wind mitigation features are mandated by State law and can save you money.
A homeowner can often submit the results of a wind mitigation inspection to their insurer to obtain discounts on their windstorm insurance. In Florida, for example, premium discounts for certain favorable wind mitigation features are mandated by State law and can save you money.
$125.00 Stand Alone or $ 75.00 with Full inspect
Steve Kubalek is a Florida licensed (#HI9064) Certified Professional Inspector and a member of InterNachi: the world's largest association of professional home and commercial property inspectors. Fully Insured
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