Q & AFrequently Asked Questions
What types of structures do you inspect?
Single and multi-family residences, condos, town homes, mfg homes, commerical
Are you certified to conduct the 4-Point insurance inspection for homes over 50 years old?
As a certified member of ASHI, and FABI my company is authorized by the Director of Underwriting, Citizens Property Insurance Corp., to conduct the 4-Point inspection
Are you Certified to conduct the Uniform Mitigation Verification Inspection report? Form OIR-B1-1802
I am certified as having completed the University of Florida My Safe Florida Home, Wind and Hurricane Mitigation Inspection Training.
In what counties do you inspect?
Pinellas. Hillsboro, Pasco, Hernando, Citrus, Sarasota, Manatee
What days and times are available for Inspection?
I try to schedule early morning and afternoon appointments. I am available 7 days a week.
How long does it take to inspect a home?
There are many factors that determine this time frame: the size of the home, the degree of up-keep & repairs, presence of pool or spa, occupied or vacant, slab or pier foundations, crawl space, access to systems & components, and much more. A reasonably well kept, vacant 1500 square foot house takes approximately 2 hours. Twice the size usually takes twice the time.
When do I get my report?
A complete report, with photos, is emailed to the Client on the day of inspection. The delux bound report is delivered to the Client or Client’s agent the following day.
Who gets a copy of report?
When the inspection is concluded and payment is received, the report becomes the property of the Client. Copies will not be sent to other parties without permission or at the request of the Client.
When is the inspection fee due?
Fees are payable on site at the conclusion of the inspection, by check or cash.
Do I need to be present during the inspection?
Although it is not a necessity, I prefer having my Client present.
What type of report do I get?
My reports are a combination of check-list with narrative information and photos.