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Our services

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PRE-DRYWALL INSPECTION

A pre-drywall inspection aims to identify construction defects, and quality issues by assessing structural components, electrical wiring, plumbing systems, insulation, and other elements that will be concealed once drywall is installed.
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POOL INSPECTION

A pool inspection involves an assessment of a swimming pool and its equipment to evaluate safety, functionality, and overall condition.
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HOME INSPECTION

A home inspection is a thorough examination of a residential property's condition, typically conducted by a qualified inspector. The purpose is to assess the overall condition of the home, identify any existing or potential issues, and provide a detailed report to the client. Home inspections cover various aspects of the property, including the structure, foundation, roof, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC systems, and more.
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RE-INSPECTIONS

follow-up inspection conducted to assess whether previously identified issues or deficiencies have been resolved or corrected. purpose is to ensure that the previously identified issues have been adequately addressed and to verify the overall compliance and quality of the property or project
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4-Point Inspection 

A 4-point inspection is a limited assessment of the four main components of a property: the roof, electrical system, plumbing system, and HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system. This form is required for insurance on older homes
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BLUE TAPE/ Inspection 

A "Blue Tape/Walk-through Inspection" identifies areas or items needing attention like cosmetic defects, incomplete work, or missing fixtures. Its purpose is to list items requiring correction by the builder before the property is deemed ready for occupancy. This includes evaluating the property's structure, systems, and components for potential issues, defects, or safety concerns across interior, exterior, roofing, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, etc.
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Sewer Scope Inspection 

A sewer scope inspection involves inserting a camera into the sewer line leading from the house at/near the foundation to assess its condition and identify any potential issues such as blockages, debris, cracks, or root intrusions. (This is NOT a septic tank inspection) 
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11-Month Warranty Inspection 

This inspection option is typically scheduled 10 to 11 months after occupancy. An "11-month warranty inspection" is a comprehensive assessment performed near the end of a new home's first year of occupancy.
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Pre & Post Slab Foundation Inspection 

In a pre-slab inspection, the inspector checks the site preparation, formwork, reinforcement, plumbing rough-in, termite protection, compaction, moisture barrier, and utilities to ensure all components are correctly installed and meet building requirements before pouring the concrete slab.
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WDO/Termite Inspection

A "WDO/Termite Inspection" is a specialized assessment conducted to identify the presence of wood-destroying organisms (WDOs) such as termites, wood-boring beetles, and carpenter ants.
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Wind Mitigation Inspection 

A wind mitigation inspection is a specialized assessment of a property's resilience to wind damage. It involves examining the features of a building that can reduce damage during strong wind events, such as hurricanes.
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Roof Certification 

A roof certification is a document provided by a roofing professional that assesses the condition of a property's roof. It typically includes information about the roof's age, materials, and any repairs or maintenance needed to ensure its structural integrity and longevity. 
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