Residential Home Inspection:
In residential real estate transactions a home inspection is always a great idea. One of life’s biggest investments ought to be done in an edcuated manner. Is the home you’re intersted in have a roof that’s at the end of it’s lifespan? Are the plumbing systems functioning properly? Is the electrical system safe? A home inspection is a must for new construction as well as older homes. An inspection will give you a detailed report (with photos and descriptions) of the condition of the structure from top to bottom. Don’t let unnoticed issues ruin your dream home. Evaluating the condition of the home is a pragmatic approach to purchasing any real estate transaction. Get educated on your investment today and have the comfort of true peace of mind.
What Is a Wind Mitigation Inspection?
As a homeowner with homeowners insurance, state law entitles you to certain premium reductions, but without inspection, you can’t get them! If you haven’t had a windstorm insurance inspection at your current home, you are PROBABLY PAYING TOO MUCH FOR YOUR HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE!
During a wind mitigation inspection, as a licensed inspector, I will report on the key features that may decrease the amount of damage your home suffers during a hurricane or strong windstorm. These features fall into several categories, such as exterior construction type, roof shape and construction methods, the age of the roof covering, door and window opening protection as well as how the roof is attached to the structure.
Thurmond Home Inspections takes great pride in our quality Wind Mitigation Inspections. We work closely with other industry leaders and maintain the most current education on how to properly perform these inspections. You will receive a detailed report that is used to send to insurance reps to save you cash on your premium.
What Is a Four Point Home Inspection?
A four-point home inspection generally includes but is not limited to a skilled inspection of the roof, the electrical system, plumbing system, and the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system. The different systems in your home have a varying but somewhat predictable lifespan. Most of the information gathered for a four-point inspection pertains to just that. However, the information is not limited to the life expectancy of the systems. Also, considered are issues such as the type of wiring used in the home and even the manufacturers of the equipment. We also look for signs of equipment or system failures. Our report will help the homeowner know what areas need to be rectified in order to gain the coverage they need.
What a Four Point Inspection Is not!
A four-point home inspection is not a pre-purchase/pre-sale home inspection, which is much more comprehensive in nature. The four-point home inspection only satisfies insurance carrier requirements of particular home systems and lacks the necessary information for you to make an informed decision in buying a home or its condition for selling. Check our discounted prices for combining such inspections.
It isn’t a pass or fail type of inspection. It is not a guarantee that the insurance carrier will qualify you, that the home is insurable, that the carrier will require no other certifications or inspections, or that you won’t be required to have work performed after the home inspection. Thurmond Home Inspections is an independent corporation and does not work for or have any control over insurance companies.
GOT MOLD? WE GOT YOU! Worried about your air quality? Worried about your family’s respiratory health? At Thurmond Home Inspections we offer air quality inspections and reports to ensure your family is safe. Our reports hold up in the court of law. Pesky landlord won’t handle moisture damage? Give them a detailed report of the air quality in your home/apartment/condo..
We take a minimum of three samples of apparent mold and send them to a professional lab to analyze bacteriological findings. If you’re looking for an unbiased mold inspection call Thurmond Home Inspections today.
352 215 6205