Pro Spect Home Inspections Inc.
Whether you’re buying, selling, or building your home, Pro Spect Home Inspections offers comprehensive home inspection services that help you make highly educated decisions about your big investment. Our inspectors are master certified in their field, performing thorough non-invasive, and visual inspections from the foundation to the roof. Safety is our top priority.
We document the actual condition of your home, down to areas most think not to check. A detailed electronic report with high-resolution photos and videos will be delivered within 24-48hrs. Check below for our services offered! Don’t see what you need listed? Call to discuss customized service packages.
Create Request List (CRL)
Partnered with HomeGauge, we offer you peace of mind and ease when requesting repairs. Create Request List (CRL) allows you to create a list of requests directly from your inspection report, anywhere and anytime, by combining photos, videos, and descriptions of deficiencies in your report. Your customized list can easily be shared between buyers, agents, sellers, friends, and family. With one click of a button, your requests will be completed, received, and finished timely and efficiently, with no hassle to you.
Our Comprehensive Home Inspections Cover
- Grounds & Exterior
- Roof, Windows, & Doors
- Basement & Crawl Space
- Interior Rooms
- Insulation & Ventilation
- Built-In Appliances
- Pool & Spa
- Irrigation System
- Car Ports
Before you close on your new home, a home buyer inspection sheds light on all your home’s essential components. From the foundation to the roof, your home inspector takes a detailed report on your property’s condition and its actual value. We give you the information you need to make the best buying decision and to prepare for any future costs and time associated with maintenance.
Supplying a pre-listing property inspection before your home goes to market is a way to gain the trust of your buyers and get the best possible price for your property. A pre-listing inspection tells you everything you need to know about your home’s repair needs before they surprise you and your buyers.
A re-inspection is a visual examination of a property previously inspected for the same client. These are typically done after repair or modification or for areas inaccessible during initial inspection. The same components checked during the initial inspection will be re-evaluated and more.
New Construction and Phase Inspections
In a new home, construction quality is seldom 100% perfect. Before you take the keys to your new home, let us inspect these issues and more:
- Incorrectly applied siding
- Gaps in foundation
- Driveway & sidewalk cracks
- Grading & Drainage issues
- Drywall Cracks
- Flooring Issues
- Plumbing Issues
- Improperly Installed HVAC Systems
- Incorrectly Installed Appliances
We offer 3-phase new construction home inspections. This includes the first inspection at pre-pour—the second inspection at pre-drywall. The third inspection is completed before you move in. The final inspection guarantees should any issues be found that they are fixed by the builder before closing on the home.
4 Point Inspection
A 4-point inspection includes an examination of the four major systems of your home. It includes roofing, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC. Homeowners’ insurance companies request these inspections before a client is allowed to renew or be eligible for their desired coverage plan. They are fast and inexpensive, guarantee your home’s condition, and help avoid future complications that may make you a liability to your insurance carrier.
Living coastal can seem like an endless vacation, but it’s not without hazards. Strong winds and hurricanes are an ever-present danger. Homeowner’s insurance companies require wind mitigation inspections to calculate all your home’s discounts. This report determines how well your home can withstand these dangers. We look at roof coverage, roof shape, windows, shutters, and walls.
A home’s tap water should be tested for pollutants and toxins. Testing provides you with safety, health, and peace of mind. Our testing service includes water samples to be analyzed by a certified lab. Our test looks for:
- Coliform (Bacteria)
- Acidity (pH)
- Heavy Metals (Lead)
- Volatile Organic Compounds (Fuel)
Pool and Spa Inspection
Pool and spa inspections take a visual and mechanical approach. Pool equipment, electrical supply, and safety issues in the immediate vicinity of the pool and pool deck are evaluated. Common components of the inspection include skimmer, filter, pool covers, heater, venting, pressure gauge, supply lines, and controls.
During our crawlspace inspections, we are looking for improper wiring, protruding objects, toxins, animals, and unstable structures. Other common health issues we inspect for are moisture, mold, and asbestos.