A residential home inspection is a visual, non-invasive inspection of many different components of the home. A highly trained and certified home inspector will examine the home from the foundation to the roof, where accessible and safe to do so. This includes electrical wiring, plumbing, HVAC equipment, and more. It is important to note that the inspector will not be moving furniture or other items to get to inaccessible areas, so home sellers should prepare their home for inspection. After completing the home inspection, your home inspector will provide a detailed report with findings.
Wind mitigation inspections are very valuable and necessary inspection that has the potential to save you up to 80% on the cost of your windstorm insurance premium.
When purchasing a new home, a 4 point inspection is a necessity in order to get a new homeowner’s insurance policy or to renew a policy that you already have. The 4 point inspection offers a limited scope evaluation of these four systems:
Heating – Air Conditioning
The 4 point inspection is performed in order to make determinations about the components, age, and overall condition of these integral systems. This type of inspection is different than a “standard home inspection” as that type of inspection is more thorough in breadth and scope.