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HOME INSPECTION
4 POINT INSPECTION
WIND MITIGATION
  • NEW CONSTRUCTION

    Have you recently contracted to sell a newly constructed home? Well maybe you didn't know that once a year has gone by, the warranty will expire - not allowing your client to have structural defects or construction issues repaired at the builder’s expense.

                                     

    YOUR HOME PROPERTY CONSULTANTS provide a top to bottom home inspection that gives the homeowner a thorough review off all current or potential structural or safety issues. Have your client schedule a home inspection before the warranty expires to ensure their home is up to code

     

     

  • STRUCTURAL

    The purpose of structural inspection is to visually find evidence of abnormal settlement, lateral movement or structural weakness in

    the accessible load bearing components of the building. The footings, foundation, floor members, bearing walls comprise the structural components of a home, as well as, an asphalt parking surface. Proper drainage, wood destroying organisms & ventilation play a major role. Access to crawl spaces & attics are required for a thorough structural evaluation.

  • ELECTRICAL

    The purpose of electrical system inspection is to visually assess the condition of components of the hardwired systems located within the confines of the structure. Our licensed home inspectors will determine that the system is adequate for present demand & examine switches, receptacles, light fixtures, exhaust fans, distribution panels, breakers, wiring junction boxes, conduits & devices. We inspect all crawl spaces and attics & check for property grounding & wiring. Panel covers are removed to inspect mains & branch wiring & all wiring to water heaters & air conditioning equipment is inspected. Finally, all lighting fixtures & smoke alarms are tested for proper use

  • MECHANICAL

    The purpose of mechanical (heating, air conditioning & ventilation) inspection is to visually assess the condition of cooling & heating systems of the home. Accessible ductwork, registers, filters, condensing units, air handlers, coils & thermostats are also inspected by our licensed home inspectors in Martin & St. Lucie Counties. A general size evaluation is made, as well as, temperature differences, insulation quality &  compressor function.

  • PLUMBING

    The purpose of plumbing inspection is to visually assess the condition of all fixtures, connections, lavatories, water closets and accessible piping. Adequacy of water pressure & drain speed is checked.

  • APPLIANCES

    Home appliances are inspected for overall performance & condition. All doors, drawers, lights, seals, elements & controls are checked, as well as, cooling temperatures in refrigeration systems

  • POOLS AND SPA'S

    We inspect a pool with regard to structural components, equipment, piping, decking & circulation. Evidence of leakage, deterioration, corroded galvanized piping or other deficiencies are noted. Low voltage lighting, safety drains & self closing gates on surrounding fences are verified.

  • ROOFS

    The purpose of the roof inspection is to visually find evidence of current leakage through the roof covering, where accessible from various areas of structure. The overall condition & any specific deficiencies are also noted. Flashings, shingles, tiles, vents, skylights, gutters & workmanship are all checked. The estimated age and & remaining life are detailed & repair/replacement information is notated.

YOUR HOME PROPERTY CONSULTANTS is now offering 4 Point Insurance Inspections & Wind Mitigation Surveys in accordance with new Florida guidelines that may qualify your client a discount on their homeowners insurance. Components such as hurricane straps, shutters & roof sheathing are assessed for condition & effectiveness.

Florida Wind Mitigation

In Florida, a wind mitigation inspection is performed by a licensed general contractor, building contractor, architect, engineer, building inspector or home inspector. The information gathered is presented on a standard wind mitigation form, OIR-B1-1802, commonly referred to as the 1802 form. As of Feb 1, 2012,[1] all inspections must have photos showing each feature listed on the wind mitigation form.

Inspectors will collect the following information during an inspection, The age of the home to determine what building code was in place at the time of construction, the age of the roof, documentation to prove if the roof was installed to any certain building code, the roof deck attachment, roof to wall connection, roof shape, existence of a SWR and the opening protection of the doors and windows