Certified and Nationally Accredited
As part of our commitment to professionalism, we hold several certifications that are nationally accredited by the United States Department of Education. We are also a member of several professional organizations that provide continued education training in the construction and housing industries. You can learn more about the organizations and certifications we are a part of and hold below.
International Association Of Certified Home Inspectors (interNACHI)
InterNACHI, International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, is the world's leading non-profit organization that offers free training, online testing, certification, business development, and more to home inspectors. All of their online courses are nationally accredited by the US Department of Education.
American Society Of Home Inspectors (ASHI)
The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) is the leading professional organization for home inspectors in the United States. ASHI provides members with the tools and resources they need to perform thorough and accurate home inspections. ASHI also offers continuing education programs to help home inspectors stay up to date on industry standards and best practices. Additionally, ASHI provides a network of experienced home inspectors who are available to offer support and advice. ASHI is committed to setting the highest standards of practice for home inspection and to promoting public awareness of the value of professional home inspection services.
Certified Commercial Property Inspector Association (CCPIA)
The Certified Commercial Property Inspector Association (CCPIA) is a professional association that provides the highest level of service and expertise in commercial property inspection. All members of the CCPIA are certified and experienced in the inspection of commercial properties. The CCPIA also offers members access to an array of resources to ensure they are up-to-date on the latest industry standards and trends. CCPIA members are also able to take advantage of valuable networking opportunities with other commercial property inspectors from around the world. With the help of the CCPIA, home inspectors can stay informed and make sure they provide the highest quality of service to their clients.
North American Association Of Home Inspectors (AHI)
The North American Association of Home Inspectors (AHI) is a professional organization for home inspectors that sets standards for the industry. It provides resources, training, and certifications to ensure home inspectors are up to date on the latest regulations and best practices. AHI also offers liability insurance, which is essential for any home inspector. As a member of AHI, home inspectors have access to a network of like-minded professionals, who can offer assistance and advice when needed. With AHI, home inspectors have the support they need to provide the highest quality of service to their clients.
International Code Council (ICC)
ICC, International Code Council, is the leading global source of model codes and standards and building safety solutions that include product evaluation, accreditation, technology, training, and certification. The Code Council's codes, standards, and solutions are used to ensure safe, affordable, and sustainable communities and buildings worldwide.
4 Point Inspector
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A 4-point inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of a home's major systems conducted by a certified home inspector. These systems include the electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and roofing. The inspector will verify the age and condition of each, and report any deficiencies or potential issues. A 4-point inspection is often required by insurance companies before issuing a home insurance policy. Be sure to hire a certified home inspector to perform the inspection to ensure an accurate and thorough evaluation of the home.
11 Month Warranty Inspector
A 11 month warranty inspection is an important part of a homebuyer's experience. This inspection should be conducted by a certified home inspector to ensure that all aspects of the home are in good condition. During the inspection, the inspector will check for any damages or issues that may have occurred during the initial construction of the home. In addition, the inspector will review the builder's warranty to ensure that the home is still covered under the warranty. The 11 month warranty inspection is a crucial step in ensuring that your home is in the best condition possible.
Aging In Place Inspections
Aging in Place inspections are a great solution for seniors who wish to remain in their homes as they age. A certified Home Inspector can help make sure the home is safe and is up to current safety standards for senior living. The Inspector will check for potential hazards throughout the home, such as uneven flooring, inadequate lighting, and other safety concerns. The Inspector will also make sure that any necessary repairs or upgrades are identified and can be completed. With the help of a certified Home Inspector, seniors can rest assured that their home is safe and secure.
Annual Maintenance Inspector
A certified home inspector can provide annual maintenance inspections for both residential homes and commercial properties. These inspections assess the condition of the building and its components to ensure that it is in good working order and up to safety standards. The inspector will check for signs of damage or wear and tear, such as roofing, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems, as well as structural integrity. Any potential issues will be noted in the report and can be addressed in order to maintain the property. Regular maintenance inspections are an important part of keeping a home or commercial property in good condition.
Certified Professional Inspector
A Certified Professional Inspector (CPI) is a home inspector trained and certified by a professional home inspection association. They have extensive knowledge of home inspection guidelines, safety standards, and industry best practices. CPIs are required to adhere to a strict code of ethics and complete ongoing continuing education. They are also required to pass a comprehensive exam in order to become certified. A CPI can provide a comprehensive home inspection report which includes information about the condition of the home and any potential problems. Hiring a CPI is the best way to ensure that your home inspection is accurate and thorough.
Having a certified home inspector inspect your chimney is essential for the safety of your home and family. A certified inspector will check the interior and exterior of the chimney, including the fireplace, for any signs of damage or potential safety issues. They will also check for blockages or buildup of creosote that can lead to chimney fires. The inspector will then provide a detailed report of their findings and make any necessary recommendations. Your safety is our top priority, so make sure to have your chimney inspected regularly.
Commercial Property Inspector
A commercial inspection from a certified inspector can be invaluable when it comes to assessing the condition of a business property. They will thoroughly inspect all aspects of the building, from the roof to the foundation, and advise you on any necessary repairs or improvements. An experienced inspector will also be able to provide advice on the safety and functionality of the building systems and any potential health and safety hazards that may exist. With their expertise and knowledge, you can have peace of mind knowing that your property is in a safe and sound condition.
Condominium (Condo) Inspector
A certified home inspector is the best person to trust when it comes to condominium inspections. They have the knowledge and experience to identify and assess any potential issues with the property. The inspector will provide a detailed report of their findings and will also provide advice on how to fix any issues they discover. They will check all the major components of the building, such as the roof, plumbing, and electrical systems, to ensure that everything is in good condition. The inspector will also look for signs of pest infestations or water damage. Ultimately, a certified home inspector can help you make an informed decision about your condominium purchase.
Crawlspace inspections are an important part of a home inspection. A qualified home inspector will thoroughly examine the area, checking for moisture, structural damage, and other potential issues. Certified inspectors have the knowledge and experience needed to detect potential issues that may not be visible to the untrained eye. During the inspection, the inspector will look for signs of moisture or water damage, structural damage, presence of pests, and mold. The inspector will also check for any existing insulation and ventilation, and evaluate the overall condition of the crawlspace. If any potential issues are detected, the inspector will advise the homeowner on the necessary steps to repair or replace affected materials.
Home inspections can include an inspection of the deck as part of the overall inspection of the home. To ensure that the deck is properly inspected, it is important to hire a certified home inspector who is experienced in evaluating the safety and condition of decks. During the inspection, the inspector will check the support posts, railings, stairs, and flooring to make sure they are safe and secure. The inspector will also check for signs of rot, insect damage, and other damage that may need to be repaired. With a certified home inspector, buyers can have peace of mind that their deck is safe and secure.
Hiring a certified electrical inspector for a home inspection is important for the safety of the homeowner. A certified electrical inspector has the necessary knowledge and experience to accurately assess the electrical system in a home and identify any potential hazards or risks. They can also recommend any necessary repairs or upgrades to ensure that the system is up to modern standards and safe for use. The inspector's report will provide the homeowner with peace of mind that their home is safe and secure.
A Certified Exterior Inspector is a professional home inspector who specializes in evaluating the exterior components of a home. They are trained to identify potential issues related to the roofing, siding, windows, doors, gutters, and decks. Certified Exterior Inspectors have the expertise to identify any potential issues so that they can be addressed before they become a larger problem. With a Certified Exterior Inspector, homeowners can be sure that the exterior of their home is being properly assessed and any potential issues are identified and addressed in a timely manner.
First-Time Home Buyer Inspections
As certified home inspectors, we understand the importance of a first-time home buyer inspection. We will carefully inspect all aspects of the home, from the roof and walls to the plumbing and electrical systems, to ensure that everything is safe and in working order. We will provide a detailed report of my findings so that you can make an informed decision about your purchase. With our training, we will help you make sure your new home is safe and sound, allowing you to truly enjoy your first home.
Hiring a certified garage inspector is essential for any home inspection. A certified inspector will inspect the garage door, the ceiling, the walls, and the floor for any potential safety hazards. They will also check for any signs of structural damage or water damage that could lead to future problems. The inspector can also provide advice on how to properly maintain the garage and prevent any future issues from occurring. By having a certified garage inspector inspect your garage, you can be sure that the area is safe and secure for your family.
HVAC, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Inspector
Home Inspectors need to be certified to inspect HVAC systems. HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, and is a critical component of any home. Home Inspectors should look for any signs of damage, wear, and tear, or malfunctioning components in the HVAC system. They will also check for proper insulation, ventilation, and airflow. Home Inspectors should also check for any signs of mold or water damage in the HVAC system as this can cause major issues down the road.
Indoor Air Quality Inspector
A Home Inspector certified in indoor air quality can help you to ensure the family health and safety of your home. They can assess the air quality, identify potential problems, and recommend solutions to improve the air quality and reduce any potential risks. They can also provide advice on how to maintain a healthy indoor air environment. An indoor air quality inspector is an invaluable addition to any home inspection and can help to ensure your family’s health and safety.
Infrared Thermography Inspections
Infrared Thermography Inspections are a valuable tool for a homeowner. Thermal imaging technology utilizes a heat spectrum to detect anomalies that cannot be seen with the naked eye. A certified inspector can use this technology to identify potential issues such as water damage, insulation deficiencies, and electrical faults. Infrared thermography inspections allow the inspector to quickly and accurately assess the condition of a home, ensuring that all potential issues are identified.
InterNACHI Certified Inspector
InterNACHI is the world's leading not-for-profit home inspection organization. It provides nationally accredited training and certification to Home Inspectors. InterNACHI Certified Inspectors use the most comprehensive home inspection standards in the industry. They are highly skilled professionals with a commitment to continuing education and keeping their knowledge and skills up to date. InterNACHI Certified Inspectors are held to the highest standards of practice and ethics, and are required to adhere to a strict code of conduct. InterNACHI Certified Inspectors have the experience, qualifications, and training to provide the best possible home inspection services.
Our certified kitchen inspector will examine the functionality of your kitchen. They will check all appliances, cabinets, pantry, and countertops. They will look for any signs of water damage, pest infestation, structural integrity, and any safety concerns. Our inspector will provide you with a detailed report of any deficiencies found in the kitchen, along with recommendations for repairs or upgrades. With our kitchen inspection, you can have peace of mind that your kitchen is in good condition.
Lawn Irrigation Inspector
A certified home inspector can inspect your lawn irrigation system to ensure it is in proper working condition. This includes checking the sprinkler heads for proper coverage and ensuring they are in the correct position. The control box should be inspected to ensure it is connected properly. Additionally, the backflow prevention valves should be checked to make sure they are functioning correctly. Overall, a lawn irrigation inspection by a certified home inspector can give you peace of mind that your system is running correctly and efficiently.
Mobile Home Inspector
A mobile home inspection is an important step in the home-buying process. Our certified inspector will perform a visual inspection of the entire mobile home to ensure it meets safety and quality standards. We will check the roof, windows, plumbing, ventilation, electrical systems, and more. By having a professional inspection done, you can have peace of mind that your new home is safe and sound.
Moisture Intrusion Inspector
A moisture intrusion inspection is an important part of any home inspection. It is best to have a certified home inspector perform the inspection to ensure the highest quality results. During the inspection, the inspector will visually inspect all areas of the home for evidence of water intrusion, such as mold, staining, and deterioration. The inspector may also use a moisture meter to measure the moisture levels in walls, ceilings, and other areas. This will help identify any areas of the home that may be at risk of water intrusion.
Move-In Ready Homes Pre-Inspected
Move-in ready homes that have been pre-inspected by a certified inspector are a great choice for buyers looking to move in quickly and with peace of mind. Our pre-inspection process ensures that the home has been thoroughly examined and is ready for you to move in with confidence. Our certified inspector will provide a detailed report of any necessary repairs or replacements that may be needed, giving you the assurance that your new home is ready for move-in day. With pre-inspected homes, you can be sure that your new home is ready to move into and enjoy.
Multi-Unit Housing Inspector
A certified home inspector can provide an inspection service for multi-unit housing such as a duplex, triplex, condo, apartment, or any other residential or commercial property that is being purchased. The inspector will examine all aspects of the building, including the structure, mechanical systems, plumbing, electrical systems, and other components. He or she will identify any areas which may require repair or upgrades to ensure the safety and comfort of the occupants. The inspector will provide a detailed report of the findings, which can be used to make an informed decision on the purchase of the property.
New Construction Inspector
A new construction inspection is an important service provided by certified home inspectors. This type of inspection is typically performed when buying a newly built home or commercial building. It is not a code inspection and is designed to provide insight on the quality and condition of the construction and materials used. The inspector will look closely at the structure, foundation, roof, exterior, plumbing, electrical, and other components of the home or building. They will also check for any safety hazards or defects that may need to be addressed. The inspector's report will provide a detailed overview of the property, allowing the buyer to make an informed decision.
We understand that pets are family. That's why we offer pet-friendly home inspections. Our experienced inspectors will conduct a thorough inspection of your home while ensuring that your pets stay safe and comfortable. We do our best to provide minimal disruption to your pet's day-to-day routine. We also provide advice on how to make your home more pet-friendly, if necessary. Our goal is to give pet owners peace of mind when it comes to the safety and comfort of their beloved pets.
Plumbing System Inspector
A plumbing system inspector is a certified home inspector that specializes in the inspection of residential plumbing systems. They are required to pass a rigorous exam and maintain a high level of qualifications in order to be certified. The inspector will assess the condition of the plumbing system, including the pipes, valves, fixtures, and other components of the system. They will also look for signs of water damage and potential safety hazards. The inspector will then provide a detailed report of their findings, helping the homeowner make informed decisions about repairs or replacements.
A pre-drywall inspection is an important step in the home-building process. It is essential to have a certified home inspector check for building violations and other potential issues that may arise during the construction phase. The inspector will evaluate the framing, insulation, electrical wiring, plumbing, and HVAC systems to ensure that they meet modern standards. This inspection will also provide valuable feedback to the contractor to ensure any issues are addressed before the drywall is hung.
Property Maintenance and Housing Code Inspector
A certified home inspector can provide an inspection of a property's general maintenance and housing code. Our inspections are conducted according to the standards set forth by the International Code Council (ICC). However, we are not a licensed code inspector, and our inspections are not a building code inspection. We can only provide an overview of the property's general maintenance and housing code compliance.
Rent Ready Inspector
A Rent Ready Inspector is a certified home inspector who specializes in ensuring that residential homes and commercial buildings like apartments are ready for tenants to move into. They inspect the property thoroughly for any existing damage or potential hazards that could affect the safety of the tenants. The inspector also makes sure that all necessary repairs and updates have been completed prior to occupancy. They will provide a comprehensive report to the landlord or property manager upon completion of the inspection, which includes any necessary repairs or updates that need to be addressed prior to the tenant's move-in date. Rent Ready Inspectors are highly trained and certified professionals, ensuring that the property is safe and secure for the tenants to move into.
Repair Verification Inspections
A Home Inspector’s Repair Verification Inspection is a valuable service that ensures that repairs are completed to the highest standards. A certified inspector will evaluate the repairs to make sure they are up to modern standards and meet all safety standards. They will also check that the repairs have been done correctly and are functioning properly. The inspector will provide you with a detailed report of their findings, so you can be sure that the repairs have been done properly. This service is essential in protecting your investment and ensuring that your home is safe and secure.
Residential Property Inspector
A residential property inspector is a certified inspector who specializes in the evaluation and inspection of residential homes. They are responsible for assessing the condition of a home, identifying any potential issues, and providing detailed reports to the homeowner. This allows the homeowner to make informed decisions about any necessary repairs or maintenance. A residential property inspector has the knowledge and expertise to provide thorough and accurate assessments of a home’s condition, ensuring that potential problems are identified and addressed. They are also well-versed in local building codes and regulations and will ensure that any repairs are completed in accordance with these guidelines.
Roof Data Technician
A Certified Roof Data Technician is a professional with specialized skills in inspecting and evaluating roofs. They are certified by Owens Corning, one of the leading roofing materials manufacturers, to provide accurate roof data for product warranties. They are knowledgeable in inspecting the roofing material, its condition, and its installation to ensure the roof is in good condition and suitable for warranty coverage. A Certified Roof Data Technician is an important part of a home inspector's team, providing an extra level of assurance that a roof is properly constructed and installed. They will collect roof samples for analysis and provide detailed reports regarding the roof's condition and its suitability for warranty coverage.
A certified home inspector can provide a detailed roof inspection to ensure the roof is in good condition. This inspection includes a thorough assessment of the roof's structure, condition of shingles, flashing, and other components, as well as checking for any signs of water damage. The inspector will also check for any potential safety hazards such as loose shingles, damaged or missing flashing, and damaged gutters. A roof inspection can help identify any potential issues before they become more serious and costly.
Structure and Foundation Inspector
A Home Inspector can provide a certified visual inspection of the structure and foundation of your home. This is an important part of evaluating the structural integrity of a building. The inspector will look for signs of damage, deterioration, or other issues that may impact the safety of the structure. They will also evaluate the condition of the foundation and identify any potential weaknesses that could put the home at risk. The inspector will document their findings and provide recommendations on necessary repairs.
Swimming Pool and Spa Inspector
When it comes to home inspection, having a certified inspector inspect a swimming pool and spa is essential for family safety. The inspector will look for signs of damage, structural integrity, pool and spa mechanics, and water clarity issues. He or she will also check the fencing, safety gates, and other safety features of the pool. The inspector will also inspect the pool's pump, filter, heater, and other equipment to make sure they are in good working order. It's important to have a certified inspector check out your pool and spa to ensure that your family stays safe and secure.
A certified home inspector will inspect the trees on the property as part of a home inspection. They will look for obvious signs of damage or decay that could lead to potential problems, such as tree limbs that may be hanging too close to the home or commercial building. They may also look for signs of disease or pest infestation that could cause further damage to the tree and any surrounding structures. The home inspector will provide a detailed report on the condition of the trees and any potential damage that could be caused by them.
Wind Mitigation Inspector
A Wind Mitigation Inspection is a specialized inspection performed by a certified inspector in the state of Florida. It is designed to evaluate the current wind-resistant features of a home's construction that can reduce the risk of damage from high winds associated with hurricanes and other severe weather. The results of the inspection can be used to obtain discounts on homeowners insurance premiums. A certified inspector is well-versed in the requirements and methods for performing a wind mitigation inspection and can provide valuable information to help homeowners make informed decisions about their property.