Serving Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Saint Lucie County.

Our services

Home Inspections

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  When it comes to buying a home, a comprehensive and detailed Home Inspection is a must. 

Often a requirement by the lending companies, Home Inspections are full reports to help you learn as much as possible about the property. Complete with expert observations and thorough photos throughout the report, clients will be able to make informed decisions on whether repairs need to be in the present or in the future. 

4 Point Inspections

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 4 Point Inspections mainly focus on the four main areas of interest in a home: 

  1. HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and A/C Unit) 
  2. Electrical wiring and panels.
  3. Plumbing connections and fixtures.
  4. Roof.

This is not for discounts, but rather to QUALIFY for insurance. Most insurance companies require this inspection for homes that were built 30 years or older.

Mitigation Inspections

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The mitigation inspection looks for key features and 

add-ons that reduce the amount of damage your home may suffer in the event of a hurricane or strong windstorm.

 This is where you will find the discounts that can be applied to the insurance policy. 

This inspection is never really required, but has the biggest impact on Insurance premiums.

Roof Certificate

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A Roof Certificate is an inspection to determined  how many years of life expectancy a roof has by a licensed Home Inspector. 

This certificate will highlight if there are any deficiencies or damages to roof that is affecting the 

life span.  

Opening Protection Verification

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Opening Protection is a discount available in Florida for homes that are rated for hurricane impact  in all exterior openings (glazed and non-glazed openings). 

This inspection will verify the protection for you to receive the insurance discount. 

Mold

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As we all know, mold is extremely common in Florida. The real question is if the mold in your property can cause potential harm to it's occupants. 

Our Home Inspectors can inspect, sample and conduct mold testing to help give you peace of mind.