Comprehensive Home Inspections in Apopka include a multi-point interior and exterior review of the structure, foundation, roof, electrical, plumbing, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. While walking through the property, the inspector will climb on the roof to check for excessive wear, damaged shingles/tiles, and roof leaks. The trim, siding, windows, doors, patios, and any other feature attached to the home are also inspected.
We will also look inside the crawl space and check the foundation and attic for any signs of water intrusion, cracks, pest infestations, or other defects. The inspector will determine whether there are adequate insulation and proper drainage.
Inside the home, we will examine the ceiling and walls, as well as the condition of the plumbing, air conditioning, and heating system, electrical box, receptacles, and wiring. All built-in appliances will be tested to determine if they are operational. After the inspection, clients can expect to receive an in-depth Home Inspection Report describing the inspector’s observations with images. The estimated costs for any recommended repairs or replacements are also included in the report.
A seller’s inspection may be the key to selling your Apopka home faster with fewer delays. A seller’s inspection, also known as a pre-listing inspection, is done before the house is put on the market. It’s the same comprehensive home inspection that is typically done by the buyer as a condition of sale. Having a home inspection in advance of the listing allows sellers to understand the condition of their home and make any recommended repairs. It saves buyers time and money from having to do it themselves.
When it comes to buying a home, the more you know about the property, the better your decision making will be. A buyer’s inspection should be included anytime you are planning to buy a home in Apopka. It can help determine if underlying problems or defects exist in the property. Our licensed home inspector will provide an accurate and reliable detailed Home Inspection Report that will describe the current condition of the property, along with any recommended repairs and estimate cost. We send the report electronically to the buyer within 24-48 hours.
After moving into a brand-new home in Apopka, homeowners should get a New Home Inspection. It can save a lot of money on unexpected repairs. A new home inspection is usually completed around the 11th month of ownership, which is why it is often referred to as an 11th-Month New Home Warranty Inspection. It’s essential to have a licensed home inspector, especially one who is also an experienced builder, make sure there aren’t any defects in the property. For example, there could be some damage done during the build that could potentially result in expensive repairs later. If the inspector finds any issues, you can provide our Home Inspection Report to the builder so they can correct the deficiencies while your home is still under warranty. Otherwise, it becomes the homeowner’s responsibility.
Serving Apopka and nearby communities for more than two decades, we are known for providing accurate and reliable property inspections. Our full range of Home Inspection services includes Complete Buyer & Seller Home Inspection, Insurance Inspection, Roof Inspections, Wind Mitigation Inspection, Thermal Inspection, Foundation Inspection, Crawl Space Inspections, Attic Inspection, Water Damage Inspection, and Commercial Property Inspections.