Select Home Inspection Team, LLC

 State License No. HI9353

(954) 608-6222

Contact me to find out how I can help. Pricing is based on square footage and age of property. Reports delivered via email within 24-48 hours.

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ADDITIONAL SERVICE INFORMATION

Here to provide confidence in your home buying experience.

 A real estate inspection is the art of identifying a problem area through observation: therefore, an inspector must be familiar with soils, foundations, construction, plumbing, roofing, HVAC and electrical systems, appliances, swimming pools, and spas. The inspector should be familiar with building codes that apply to the areas where the inspector operates. Although the inspection process is not considered as a code inspection, the inspector should be able to identify any health or safety problems, as well as a structural or mechanical problems.


***Scope: These are visual inspections only. We inspect only what we see. We do not dismantle anything. We do not inspect for any environmental issues such as lead paint, asbestos, etc. We do not inspect for building codes, soil analysis, and adequacy of design, capacity, efficiency size, value, flood plain location, pollution or habitability. Please remember that older houses do not meet the same standards as newer houses, even though items in both might be performing the function for which they are intended. We do not hold ourselves to be specialists for any particular item; nor are we engineers. We are a general real estate inspection company. The inspection report covers only the items listed in the report which are reasonably observable, and are based only on the present condition of those items.

 

ADDITIONAL SERVICE INFORMATION

Select Home Inspection Team is here to provide confidence in your home buying experience.

 A real estate inspection is the art of identifying a problem area through observation: therefore, an inspector must be familiar with soils, foundations, construction, plumbing, roofing, HVAC and electrical systems, appliances, swimming pools, and spas. The inspector should be familiar with building codes that apply to the areas where the inspector operates. Although the inspection process is not considered as a code inspection, the inspector should be able to identify any health or safety problems, as well as a structural or mechanical problems.


***Scope: These are visual inspections only. We inspect only what we see. We do not dismantle anything. We do not inspect for any environmental issues such as lead paint, asbestos, etc. We do not inspect for building codes, soil analysis, and adequacy of design, capacity, efficiency size, value, flood plain location, pollution or habitability. Please remember that older homes do not meet the same standards as newer homes, even though items in both might be performing the function for which they are intended. We do not hold ourselves to be specialists for any particular item; nor are we engineers. We are a general real estate inspection company. The inspection report covers only the items listed in the report which are reasonably observable, and are based only on the present condition of those items.

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COMPREHENSIVE HOME INSPECTIONS

Informed Approach

The purchase of a home is a big investment, It should be to taken with an informed approach. Through this service you will be provided a detailed  report with observations of all key components. A Comprehensive Home Inspection consists of the following: Electrical system, HVAC System, Plumbing System, Roofing System, Foundation, Grounds, Exterior, Interior, Kitchen, Built-in Appliances, Baths, Walls, Floors, Ceilings

Services:

**Single Family Residence Inspections

**Multi-Family Residential Inspections

**Condo Inspections

**Additional Add-On Inspections

**W.D.O. (Termite by 3rd party)

**Independent Roof Inspection (3rd party)

4 POINT INSPECTIONS

Insurance/Pre-purchase Inspection

The 4 point inspection consist of a visual/non-evasive inspection of all 4 major systems on a property 30 years or older. The Florida-licensed inspector is required to certify the condition of all systems. An acceptable condition means that each system is working as intended and there are no visible hazards or deficiencies. The report will include an inspection of the following components:

1. Electrical System

2. HVAC System

3. Plumbing System

4. Roofing System

5. Any and All Observed Deficiencies and Accompanying Pictures

Services:

*4 Point Inspections

*4 Point/Wind Mitigation Combination

**Our 4 point inspection reports satisfy all requirements for Citizens.

**Citizens form available upon request.

 

 

WIND MITIGATION INSPECTION

Insurance/Pre-purchase Inspection

 

What does “Mitigation” mean in Florida?

Strengthening Existing Buildings Against Hurricane Winds

 

Inspection features:

1. Building Code / Year Built
2. Roof Coverings
3. Roof Deck Attachment
4. Roof to Wall Attachment
5. Roof Geometry
6. Secondary Water Resistance (SWR)
7. Opening Protection / Impact Resistant 
8. Permits, Sketches, Wall Construction, Accompanying Pictures

Services:

*Wind Mitigation Inspections

*Opening Protection Inspections

*Wind Mit/4 Point Combination Inspections

ROOF CERTIFICATION INSPECTION REPORT

Insurance/Pre-purchase Inspection

Roof inspections consist of the following: 

1. Roof Coverings

2. Sheathing and Decking

3. Fascia and Eaves

4. Ceilings

5. Any and All Deficiencies

6. Year built, permits and accompanying photos...

Services:

*Roof Certification Inspection