Comprehensive Home Inspections in Winter Park Include a multi-point inspection of the major systems: Structure, Roof, Foundation, HVAC, Plumbing, and Electrical. The age and condition of these systems will be noted in the report. During this detailed inspection, the inspector will examine the windows, walls, doors, and all fixtures attached to the home like the trim, patios, walkways, and sprinklers, for example.
An examination of the attic and crawl space is also conducted for signs of water leaks, rotting, pests, or other abnormalities. We will also advise if there are adequate ventilation and insulation. The inspector will also test built-in appliances to determine whether they are operational. If there is a fireplace or heating stove, it is also included in the home inspection.
Clients will receive a copy of the detailed Home Inspection Report, usually within 24 hours. The report includes a thorough property inspection, along with any defects or deficiencies that were found, and an estimated cost of recommended repairs or replacements.
As you are probably aware, most buyers request an inspection period before closing the sale. It allows buyers to conduct due diligence but can often impede the sale or result in renegotiating the purchase price when unexpected repairs arise. A seller’s inspection also called a pre-listing inspection, gives homeowners in Winter Park the ability to determine if their home needs any necessary repairs or replacements before listing the property for sale. It is the same home inspection that buyers request. Having a seller’s inspection will not only save buyers time and money of performing their inspection, but it also helps reduce delays that could affect the sale.
When buying a home in Winter Park, it is essential to have a buyer’s inspection, regardless of the age of the property. Only through a comprehensive home inspection, can you determine that the property is in the condition you are expecting. While it’s not unusual for most homes to need some repair, a licensed home inspector will be able to determine whether any significant issues currently exist. We provide our clients with an electronic version of the Home Inspection Report, very quickly, usually within 24-48 hours of the inspection. Buyers are also welcomed to accompany the home inspector to learn more about the condition of the home they are buying.
Are you moving into a new home in Winter Park? Don’t forget about getting a new home inspection. Building a new home usually involves several contractors throughout the process. To protect new homeowners against defects in materials or workmanship, home builders offer a One Year Limited Warranty. A new home or 11th-Month Warranty Inspection protects your home investment by discovering if your new home has any builder defects before the warranty expires. A New Home Inspection can save homeowners time, money, and frustration of unexpected repairs.
With over 20 years’ experience serving the Winter Park area and neighboring communities, we have become the area’s trusted source for providing accurate and unbiased property inspections. We offer a complete range of Home Inspection services, including Buyer & Seller Home Inspection, Insurance Inspection, Water Damage Inspection, Roof Inspections, Wind Mitigation Inspection, Attic Inspection, Crawl Space Inspections, Thermal Inspection, Foundation Inspection, and Commercial Property Inspections.