Full Home Inspection

Structural

 

  • Wall

  • Ceiling

  • Cabinenets

  • Counter

  • Doors/windows

  • Floor

  • Type of Construction

  • Attic

  • Foundation

  • Trussses

  • Exterior ( Porch, Balcony, Deck, Patio, Exterior Finishes)

Electrical

 

  • Main electrical SVC

  • Meter

  • Main electric

  • Panel & Sub panel

  • Outlets / GFCI

  • Celing Fans

  • Electric doors

  • Pool Pump

  • Pool light

  • Door bell

  • Timer

  • Water Heater / AC

Roof / Termites

 

  • General Conditions

  • Visible covering

  • Flashing

  • Chimneys

  • Valleys

  • Parapet Wall

  • Fascia

  • Plumbing Vents

  • Termite (by licensed co)

  • Wood destroying organism

Plumbing

 

  • Tub / Shower

  • Pressure

  • Toilets

  • Sink

  • Bidet

  • Faucets

  • Laundry Sink

  • Manual drain stopper

  • Interior & exterior

  • Plumbing

A/C Appliances

 

  • Air handler casing

  • Interior coil

  • Filter

  • Condeser unit

  • Air in/out

  • Fan Motor

  • Heater system

  • Suction Lines

  • Thermostat

Additional services

 

  • Mitigation

  • Mold

  • Lead Paint

  • JUA (4 points ) insurace

  • Jacuzzi

  • Swimming pool/spa

  • Sprinklers

  • Septic tank system

  • Appraisal

INSPECTORS WORK WITH MOISTURE DETECTORS TO DETECT ANY PREVIOUS LEAK

 

Roof Inspection

The roof is one of the most critical components of a residential structure. Regardless of the climate, you need peace of mind knowing that your roof can endure harsh weather conditions to protect your family and your belongings.With this in mind, the certified inspectors at Florida Inspection Services understand that a roof condition inspection is one of the most important inspections performed on any residential structure. At Florida Inspection Services, we perform a thorough inspection that addresses multiple components that play a key role in the integrity and safety of your roofing structure. We take our time to evaluate the roofing structure from the roof edge, roof top and inside the attic.

Termite Inspection

A termite inspection is a visual inspection of the readily accessible areas of a home for evidence of wood-destroying insects or organisms. The inspector will visually inspect the entire interior of a home including entering any sub-space such as basements, crawlspaces, attics and the exterior of the property.  In areas where Drywood termites are prevalent. After the inspection has been performed, the findings are reported on the applicable/appropriate form.
Getting an professional inspector to inspect for termites will give you a much better idea of the extent of the problem you are facing where the termites are located and the possible means you will have at your disposal for tackling the problem.

A/C Inspection

The purpose of this air conditioning inspection is to visually assess the functionality of the cooling and electric heating operation of the central and room air conditioning equipment listed below by monitoring the temperatures of the supply and return air, the operation of normal consumer controls and, when considered relevant by the inspector, the measuring of refrigerant pressures.  Accessible ductwork, registers, filters and thermostats are also visually inspected. In the case of wall units the plastic front panels, control knobs and method of securement are also checked.

Electrical Inspection

During the course of a home inspection the inspector will do a thorough evaluation of the main panel box and any sub panels that are present. The inspector will remove the cover from the panel box and determine whether or not the sizes of the wires are compatible with the size of the fuses or circuit breakers that have been installed. The inspector will also determine if the electrical system is properly grounded and look at the wires at the branch circuits. If aluminum wiring is noted at the 110 breakers, an electrician should be contacted to review the electrical systems. The main service line and the mast are examined for safety.As the inspector inspects the interior of the home, he will test all of the accessible receptacles. The inspector will also look for exposed wires and improper splices as well as romex wiring and stranded wiring that have been incorrectly used throughout the home. While inspecting the exterior of the home, the inspector will note whether or not ground fault circuit interrupters have been installed at the exterior receptacles.Any electrical items that are considered to be a safety concern will be noted in the report. All Estate Home Inspection always recommends that the repairs be done by a licensed electrician for everyone’s protection

Structural Inspection

The purpose of this structural inspection is to visually find evidence of abnormal settlement, lateral movement or structural weakness in the accessible load bearing structural components of the structure. All conclusions of the inspector have been make on the basis of what was visible and accessible at the time of inspection and are not opinions covering areas where inspection of any portion of the structure would necessitate removing or defacing any part of the structure. Where accessible, the inspector’s examination includes various areas of the structure.In Area One the inspector works his way through the interior of the structure examining in each room and closet the walls, floors and ceilings for signs of settlement or deflection or cracking.

Appliance Inspection

Residential appliances are inspected for overall performance and condition. All doors, drawers, lights, seals, elements and controls are checked, as well as, cooling temperatures in refrigeration systems. Repair/replacement costs are provided.

Appliance Inspection

Residential appliances are inspected for overall performance and condition. All doors, drawers, lights, seals, elements and controls are checked, as well as, cooling temperatures in refrigeration systems. Repair/replacement costs are provided.

Sprinkler Inspection

What Isn’t Included in a Home Inspection but Is Still Important? a good Sprinkler inspection we include in our Full home Inspection.

Sample Report