A home inspection is an invaluable investment. With a purchase this big you should know what your walking into. I am a trained professional, eager to  find defects that the common eye would miss. I have yet found the perfect house, even when its a brand new property. Contractors and builders sometimes pick budget over quality and that is not fair to you, the buyer. Hire me to investigate and help ensure you that your investment is a sound one.

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services Offered

  • My main services offered are Home Inspections, Wind Mitigation inspection, and 4-Point inspections. 
  • Home inspections are mainly for the buyers who want to know the house of their dreams is in good shape before they commit. 
  • Wind mitigation inspections are very beneficial to buyers because the more hurricane resistant your home is, the cheaper your insurance will be via credits.
  • 4-Point inspections are what insurance companies need in order to provide you coverage. They want to make sure what they are covering are in good shape and not going to fall apart and be claims soon.

Home inspectons

general home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property (as delineated below), performed for a fee, which is designed to identify defects within specific systems and components defined by these Standards that are both observed and deemed material by the inspector.  The scope of work may be modified by the Client and Inspector prior to the inspection process.

Wind mitigations

Wind mitigation is the implementation of certain building techniques in order to limit damage caused by intense wind.

Having a wind mitigation inspection done can save you thousands of dollars on your insurance policy.


4- Point Inspection 

Focused only on the main four areas of interest in a home: HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) Electrical, Plumbing, Roof.

Insurance companies often need a 4-Point inspection done in order approve a new policy, or change an existing one.

Some wind Mitigation discounts

  • Hip or flat roofs 
  • roof coverings using shingles that meet the FBC (Florida building code) requirements
  • roof decks that have been installed with large nails and close spacing 
  • hurricane clips/straps that hold the roof structure to the walls 
  • protection of windows and glass doors with impact-resistant glazing or other protection systems
  • Block homes vs wood frame
  • FBC approved storm shutters
Approved Hurricane straps

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