What We Do

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How Buyers & Sellers will benefit from a Home Inspection:

A home inspection is an evaluation of a home’s condition by a trained professional. The inspection is conducted with fairness and impartiality to all. A thorough written report within ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) guidelines provides disclosure of visible defects and/or conditions that will affect the function of a home. The buyer will be informed of the condition of the purchase. The seller will increase the home’s marketability and eliminate last-minute repairs that slow down the selling process.

Every home requires Inspection:

Any home that is being purchased or sold should be inspected, regardless of age. Even new homes may have structual and mechanical problems that can be revealed by a home inspection.

We will Inspect:

  • Property and landscaping
  • Sidewalks and driveways
  • Attic, Roof, chimney and gutter
  • Foundation and structural support systems
  • Doors and windows
  • Insulation and ventilation
  • Heating, plumbing, and air conditioning
  • Electrical Systems
  • Safety Device, i.e. smoke detectors
  • Appliances

A Home Inspection is not:

  • A pass/fail examination
  • A warranty or guarantee
  • Intended to determine whether the house complies with local codes
  • An inspection into inaccessible areas of the house

What to do, What to expect:

Call us today at (850) 668-0917. We will schedule an appointment to promptly inspect the home.
We require that all the utilities be on, and we will need access to the property. We encourage you to accompany the inspector during the inspection, or meet him at the conclusion of the inspection. He will review all findings with you and answer any of your questions you may have. You will receive a detailed written inspection report, usually by the next day. Reports can be provided via e-mail including photographs.

How to get the most out of a Home Inspection:

  • Attending the inspection
  • Taking notes during the inspection
  • Asking questions
  • Reading the report