When purchasing a home in Florida most contracts provide a buyer provisions for completing a home inspection. It is extremely important to conduct a home inspection during the inspection period outlined in your contract. You want to avoid a costly mistake by purchasing a home that is in need of repairs.
Your home Inspection should be completed by a certified home inspector, a professional who will conduct an inspection of the general condition of the home. A good home inspection will assist a buyer in understanding exactly what they are about to acquire. A home may look move in ready, but an inspector will cover features of the house such as electrical wiring, plumbing, roofing, insulation, as well as structural features of the home and may unveil issues that are not noticeable to the buyer’s eye. Having a certified home inspector conduct a thorough inspection of the prospective property, could be compared to taking out an insurance policy against all potential operating costs.
There are many different types of inspections you may want to conduct during your inspection period. Discuss with your inspector what items you are generally concerned with to make sure you order the right inspection to address these concerns. The following are some inspectors past customers have used and been happy with their services.
Fidelity Building Inspections
Max Home Inspections
Kenco Home Inspections