- Grounds, grading and water runoff
- Structure & foundation
- Attics, vents, roofing, flashing
- Exterior (siding doors, automatic openers, outlets, windows
- Plumbing systems
- Electrical system
- A/C & heating system
- Interior (condition of windows, doors surfaces, cabinets & appliances)
- Inspections performed according to state regulations
Finding a true expert home inspection service can be difficult and confusing. That is why the professionals at A2Z Property Inspection Experts will work with you every step of way. We know that buying a new home is probably the biggest investment you'll ever make and it's a decision that will affect you for years to come.
Get all the facts from a professional. At A2Z, we provide a detailed inspection report that will significantly reduce the anxiety associated with your home purchase.
We are here to ease the anxiety of home ownership and we help our clients make an informed decision. Our home inspection will identify major concerns,
potential problems, and routine maintenance areas of the house as well as positive aspects and above average features.
Our Standard Home Inspection Includes:
If you need a building inspection, don't settle for less than high-quality, experienced service. A2Z offers thorough assessments and pays attention to every detail. Our inspection professionals will make sure your property is safe and meets all code specifications. We provide a detailed report covering all areas of concern, and offer educated advice on buying or repairing the inspected property. At A2Z, we always give you a free estimate before we begin so call us today.
- Phase I Due Diligence Inspection
- Phase I Environmental Assessment
A Phase I and II environment site assessment is a systematic approach to identify any existing or potential conditions that may be present or affect a real estate property. Phase I and II inspections include general building, structural, roof, electrical, plumbing and HVAC evaluations.
A Wind Mitigation Inspection purpose is to determine the appropriateness of a given structure's construction in the event of strong winds. The state of Florida has passed legislation that require insurance companies to offer discounts when homes have certain features, wind mitigation is an inspection that may qualify a property for discounts on windstorm insurance.
What does a Wind Mitigation Survey consist of?
The primary factors in wind mitigation discounts are the wind resistant features of the property.
This feature includes:
- Concrete block construction
- Gable end bracing
- Hip roof
- Single or double roof straps
- Type of roof covering
- Impact resistant glass on the windows
- Secondary water barrier
Our inspector will inspect your home, complete the state insurance form, and guide you through the process.
A "Four Point Inspection" focuses only on four main areas of interest in a home:
- HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning)
- Electrical wiring and panels
- Plumbing connection and fixtures
The reason for a "Four Point Inspection" is Insurance companies have become increasingly reluctant to issue Homeowner Insurance Policies on older homes (usually 25 years old or more).
- Air Quality & Assessment
- Radon Gas Inspection
- Lead Based Paint Inspection
- Insect & Termite Inspection
- Asbestos Inspection
Home Watch Service
A2Z is proud to provide home watching services to:
- Investment properties
- Foreclosed properties (secured and maintained)
We also offer home watching services for local residents while they are on vacation or away from their home for an extended period of time.
Call or fill out the form on the right, and we will make every effort to respond promptly. We look forward to serving you and your continued business.