Any full residential or commercial inspection includes a full visual inspection of the following:
- Exterior home inspection (foundation, siding, eves, etc.)
- Interior home inspection (including appliances if able)
- Foundation & structural inspection
- HVAC inspection and AC system
- Plumbing inspection and water heater
- Electrical system inspection
- Fireplace/furnace inspection
- Insulation inspection
- Roof inspection via high-quality 4K HD drone (weather permitting)
Yes – Owner Randy Pond is fully licensed (HI15923) through the state of Florida and has comprehensive liability insurance as required by state guidelines. He also has further qualifications and certifications through InterNACHI and is an InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspector (CPI).
o Read the Standards of Practice to which the inspection is performed.
o Be sure you know where the main water and fuel shut-off valves are located.
o Open and close all the windows and doors as your inspector doesn’t get to.
o Operate the kitchen appliances.
o Operate the clothes washer and dryer.
o Run water at all of the plumbing fixtures and look for water leaks.
o Walk the entire property outside.
o Ask the seller about prior roof leaks or any other problems they may have had.
o Bring to the inspector’s attention any problems that you might find.
o Make sure all of your concerns are addressed before the inspector leaves.
As an InterNACHI certified inspector, we follow the InterNACHI Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties. Please review them HERE.
o Ensure a clear path to all major systems (water heater, AC unit, electrical panel, thermostat, appliances, washer/dryer, attics/crawl spaces, etc.)
o After an inspection these systems will have been operated so please check they are back to your normal settings.
Range settings/ oven and cooktop
o Inspectors cannot move things out of the way:
Because of this please ensure that all areas are free and clear of any debris so all critical systems are fully visible and accessible. The inspector cannot move carpet, furniture, personal items, artwork, or any other items blocking access to attics, crawl spaces, outlets, appliances, etc.
o Inspectors cannot turn things on/off (main shut-off valves for power/water) and the inspector will not operate any breakers – specifically any that are already OFF.
Payment is due at least the day before the date of your inspection. If an inspection needs to be canceled, payments can be refunded if canceled at least 48-hours in advance of your appointment date. Any inspection not canceled at least 48-hours in advance of your scheduled appointment will not be refundable. If an inspection needs to be rescheduled, please reschedule at least 48-hours in advance, rescheduling after the 48-hour window will incur a $50 rescheduling fee.
Your inspection agreement and any amendments or waivers must be completed at least the day before the date of your inspection. If the contract and payment are not received at least the day before the date of your inspection, the inspection will not occur as scheduled and you will be charged an additional $50 to reschedule the inspection.
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