Other Services

Termite Inspections

Termites are a very well-known, common pest in Florida homes. They can cause considerable damage by consuming structural timbers, framing, hardwood flooring, decks, patios and furniture. Even if the building is CBS construction, subterranean termite intrusion is still possible, and any wood trim, trusses, columns, or beams are always vulnerable. Your termite report will also reveal any other wood destroying organisms that can intrude on your attic and trim. Once a homeowner notices cosmetic damage, discarded wings, bug dropping or mud tubes in their house, there may already be significant harm to your property. Also, a termite inspection is almost always mandatory for any financial lender for any structure, other than a condominium. 

We work with a local professional termite company, to ensure you’re getting an inspector qualified fit to the task. 

Roof Certification Inspections

Some types of roof damage are easy to spot, such as interior water leaks or missing roof tiles. Other types, such as missing flashing, fasteners or seals, require the inspector to get a closer look.  You will receive detailed information about your roof in a hand report and a summary with a full home inspection.

Pool & Spa Inspections

A pool inspection is a visual examination of the pool and spa placement, protective fences, gates, safety barriers, clearance of electrical wires, location of electrical outlets, surrounding coping and deck for pitting/cracking.

Pool and spa equipment inspection examines pool lights, sub panel and junction box for location/condition, pumps, visible piping, skimmers, exposed wiring, operation of pump, proper skimming and filtration, heater activation, filter pressure and the operation of spa blower.

Our home inspectors are CPO (Certified Pool Operator), allowing them to do a thorough pool inspection. We assure potential buyers of several key issues, ranging from filters and valves, to the functionality of the pool pump. The inspector will closely look at all elements above the water line such tiling, coping, and decking and deliver you a detailed report should any issues be found.

Septic Inspections

Septic Inspections are a beneficial process for determining the proper functioning of a building’s septic system. All septic systems have a lifespan and are going to have failures. Unfortunately, there is no absolute way to predict how long a septic system will last. A typical life expectancy of a septic system is 25 to 30 years. Considering the history of a septic system is helpful, but systems that have worked fine for years may have vital components fail with little or no warning. The most significant benefit of having a septic inspection is to uncover and repair minor septic system issues before they become more prominent and more expensive problems. The most common reasons for considering a septic inspection are: