to the crawl space
A four point inspection report may be requested by the insurance company if the property is 15 to 20 years or older. The reason for the report is to demonstrate the age and condition of the roof, age and condition of the air conditioning unit, the type of plumbing throughout the household and any signs of leakage, and finally the components of the electrical system which include: the type of wiring, the type of breaker box, and the location of GFCI outlets.
and everything in between
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We will inspect the structure, systems and components of the home, inside and out, from the roof to the foundation, using the latest tools and technology.
We encourage you to attend your inspection so that we can describe our process, explain my findings, point out important maintenance items, and answer all of your questions.
As a state-licensed Certified Master Inspector® trained by InterNACHI, I adhere to the comprehensive residential Standards of Practice. This means that we will inspect all of the following, when visible and accessible:
Roof System Electrical System
Structural Components Plumbing System
Attic, Ventilation & Insulation HVAC System
Exterior Walls Interior including:
Porch & Deck -Built-in appliances
Attached Garage -Doors, Windows,
Driveway Walls, Ceilings,
Foundation and attached fixtures.
Following our evaluation, I will compile our findings in an easy-to-read report, which will include detailed descriptions and high-resolution digital photos of any issues we have discovered. We will email you your report with in 24 to 36 hours, and our job isn’t finished until you understand everything in it.
In performing the WDO or Wood Destroying Organism Inspection, we are looking for anything that can damage or destroy wood. From carpenter ants, to wood rot and mold, and termites, all get reported on the inspection report state form DACS 13645
From the roof
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We inspect everything
A residential and commercial inspection company
In the process of obtaining insurance for your new home or upon renewal of your home owners insurance policy, the insurance company may require the Wind Mitigation Report. This report is generated to show the insurance company how the roof is attached to the walls, if the home was built with certain requirements or the roof shingles have been replaced after 2003, your home may qualify to receive a discount of premiums.
What are we looking for,
Does the home have straps or clips ?
Does it have staples or nails, if nails what size?
What is the spacing between nails?
Roof sheathing type and thickness
When was the roof shingles last replaced ?
Type of Roof covering ?
What is the geometry of the roof ?
All this information is placed on the report for the insurance toassess and make a decision on the roof.
8d Penny Nail.
Hurricane Metal connectors with
nails on either side.
Orlando, FL 32825
( 407 ) 900-9880