Vero Beach Full home inspection

Selling a home is getting harder these days. Especially with the downfall of the economy, the average American is getting pickier about their financial investments. The real estate industry is no exception. Having extensive knowledge about the condition of the home you are selling will give you an advantage when it comes to having your buyer sign the contract. It will also save you the trouble of having to deal with angry messages on your answering machine; the buyer screaming at the top of their lungs about the less than ideal findings they have encountered while exploring their newly purchased home. 
Buyers will also sometimes hire a certified inspections professional or require that a home inspection with satisfactory results be done as part of a contract. Having an inspection done before the buyer will prevent any cold feet. An inspection will also give you, the seller, a more accurate idea of what the ideal value of your home really is. You can make repairs ahead of time, get rid of pests, and take care of safety issues that will need to be taken care of immediately.



  • Wind Mitigation

    Save $$$$
    Even with newer homes, insurance companies require a certified Wind Mitigation Inspection report before filing the discounts. After that it's all smooth sailing from there. Don't miss out and call us now!



     

    Save up to 40% on your homeowners insurance premiums with a wind mitigation inspection from the professionals at Vero Beach Home Inspections. A Florida legislation has required Vero Beach, Florida insurance companies to provide their customers with discounts or credits for residential properties that have appropriate construction methods that reduce damage caused by windstorms. The problem is that many homeowners are unaware of this great perk that could potentially save them thousands of dollars every year. Only licensed state contractors, engineers architects or building officials are qualified to perform this service as insurance companies will not accept a report from anybody else. Vero Beach Home Inspections Professionals have obtained all required certifications and qualifications.

     

  • Four Point Inspection

    Older home?
    Premature failure is a rare case, but there is still a chance that you could be part of the rare cases. Don't wait until it is too late to find out that you are at risk of system failure.

     

    Four Point Inspections are crucial to knowing the status of the health and integrity of your home. These inspections will include the evaluation of the roof, electrical, HVAC and plumbing systems of your home. The purpose of these inspections is to see whether or not each individual system is in working condition, and to predict the remaining life expectancy. If any of these systems are working improperly it may be difficult to purchase or renew a homeowners insurance premium.

     

  • Roof Inspection

    No house without a roof: Weak spots and other roof problems can be hard to diagnose to the untrained eye. Hire a Vero Beach Home Inspections Professional to ensure that your roof is in good condition now before it's too late.

     

     

    Vero Beach Home Inspections performs thorough, professional visual evaluations of your home's roof. Our certified professionals will check for weak spots in your roof, missing shingles, and anything else that they feel is suspicious. An inspection done by the homeowners themselves is usually risky as many homeowners lack the extensive training our professionals have received. This may lead to symptoms being overlooked by the untrained eye, not to mention many homeowners lack the proper tools to properly evaluate the condition of a home.

     

  • Full Home Inspection

    Peace of mind: Selling a home can be quite a challenge. Give your buyers peace of mind to prevent any cold feet at the time of signing the contract. Give your buyers the confidence that will give you the edge and a greater chance at success.

     

     

    Before selling a home, it is crucial to know where your home stands compared to other homes in the market. You don't want to post a home listing with a price you think is fair, only to find out your buyers have found things they are unhappy with in the home. Many buyers these days will have a full home inspection done before buying. Beat your buyers to the punch and have a full home inspection done. The report provided to you will give proof to your buyer that your asking price is fair and reasonable.