General Inspection

A full thorough examination of all major components throughout the entire home. Our inspection process includes a comprehensive visual examination of the property’s physical structure and mechanical systems. Our written reports are detailed and complete with photos of the property, and will inform you of any potential problem areas found anywhere in the home.


Structural aspects

Construction of walls, ceilings, floors, roof, and foundation.

Systems and Components

Water heaters, furnaces, air conditioning, duct work, chimney and fireplace.

Electrical items

Main panel, circuit breakers, types of wiring, grounding, exhaust fans, receptacles, ceiling fans and light fixtures


Refrigerator, washer, dryer, dishwasher, range and oven, built-in microwaves, garbage disposal and smoke detectors


Identification of pipe materials used for potable, drain, waste and vent pipes (including condition), toilets, showers, sinks, faucets, and traps *It does not include a sewer inspection

Exterior features

Wall covering, landscaping, grading, elevation, drainage, driveways, fences, sidewalks, fascia, trim, doors, windows, lights, and exterior receptacle

Roof and Attic 

Framing, ventilation, type of roof construction, flashing and gutters. *It does not include a guarantee of roof condition or a roof certification


Slab, walls, ceiling, vents, entry, firewall, garage door, openers, lights, receptacles, exterior, windows, and roof

4 Point Inspection


It is a comprehensive inspection of the 4 major systems of a home that may have deteriorated over the years. it discloses the areas that may need to be updated or replaced.

These 4 systems include:

  • Electrical wiring and panels

  • Plumbing fixtures and connections

  • HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning)

  • Roof and/or Attic

Many insurance companies require a 4-point inspection when renewing or obtaining a new policy. This is to make sure that the main systems in the home are still functioning to their standards. 

Wind Mitigation


Wind mitigation is an optional yet valuable inspection for homeowners. It measures the ability of the home to withstand windstorm damage by identifying features in the building’s construction that have been shown to reduce losses in tropical storms and hurricanes.


A homeowner can submit the results of a windstorm inspection to his/her insurance provider to receive premium discounts on their insurance. 


With Florida being prone to many tropical storms and hurricanes, insurance companies and homeowners feel much more protected with homes that have these features. 

The areas inspected include:

  • Windows 

  • Doors

  • Roof Geometry

  • Roof to wall attachment

  • Roof covering

  • Roof deck

  • Water Resistant Barriers

And any other wind protections used.