Wind Mitigation Inspection
Home owners can find ways to save money on insurance premiums by having a Wind Mitigation Inspection performed. Insurance companies will often require a wind mitigation inspection prior to provided or continuing coverage of your home. During this inspection we look for the presence of wind related construction techniques and features. We review your opening protection, roof covering, roof shape, roof deck attachment, roof-to-wall connections, and roofing secondary water resistance. We may often recommend adding these features if your home is missing the necessary components. Having these wind mitigation features can result in large insurance premium savings. Click here for more information from InterNachi.
A full home inspection covers top to bottom, all of major systems and components of your home. From the interior, electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems to the exterior, roof, attic, and crawlspaces.
Oftentimes your Insurance company will require a 4-point Inspection to continue or begin coverage of your property. This inspection covers your homes roofing, plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems.
Most home builders provide a 1 year home warranty. There may be issues with your home unknown to you. Prior to your home warranty expiring, at 11 months, we will comb through your home providing a full home inspection covering all the major components and systems in your home. If defects are found and repairs are needed, the report that we provide may allow you to have your home builder repair any defects under warranty.
Home owners can find ways to save money on insurance premiums by having a Wind Mitigation Inspection performed. We look for the presence of wind related construction features and advice implementation if your home is missing the necessary components. Having these wind mitigation features can result in large insurance premium savings.
With each full home inspection we leverage infrared thermal imaging technology to investigate even further into your home. This allows us to see beyond the eyes and locate a variety of potential problems in your home, including electrical hazards, draft points or missing insulation, plumbing leaks, and even roof leaks.
Banks, mortgage companies, and private lenders will often require a wood destroying organism inspection prior to financing the purchase of a home. WDO inspections thoroughly cover visible and accessible signs of wood destroying organisms like termites, powder post beetles, old home borers, and wood decaying fungi. We work with our expert 3rd party Pest Control companies to facilitate the WDO portion of your inspection.