What is a Home Inspection?
A Home Inspection is a professional, complete visual examination of the all the systems and physical structural parts of a home.
- Structure (Foundation, Columns/Piers, Water Penetration, Roof Structure)
- Exterior (Deck, Walkways, Driveways/Patios, Siding/Masonry, Cladding)
- Roof (We can walk it once safety and accessibility allow)
- Garage (Door Safety and Performance, Structure, Electrical System)
- Lots and Grounds (Downspouts Condition and Placement, Grading, Vegetation)
- Heating and Air Conditioning Systems
- Interior (Floor to ceiling, Windows, and Doors)
- Attic/Crawl Area (When safe/accessible)
- All inbuilt Appliances
We Care Your Home
Air Quality Test for Mold:
Checks for the most common forms of airborne mold spores that are connected to respiratory issues. We take air samples at every A/C return within the property, still as a sample outside of the home so that they can be compared. The samples are sent to an independent lab for analysis and interpretation. The report can show what forms of mold spores are present in the air of the home and compare the levels of concentration of every mold spore to the air outside of the home. Check results are delivered two business days when the samples are collected.
Radon is a radioactive gas normally found in the soil that has become a major health concern for home buyers and is the second leading cause of lung cancer. We conduct a continuous watching check to measure the radon concentration within the property.
Wood-Destroying Organism (WDO) Inspection:
A whole examination of the property for visible and accessible proof of WDO as well as termites and wood-decaying fungi. A recent WDO Inspection Report is usually needed by mortgage corporations for underwriting functions.
Uniform Wind Mitigation Inspection:
Documents structural options of the property which provides wind resistance and facilitate stand up to adverse weather conditions, like hurricanes. The inspection focuses on roof coverings, roof shape, roof deck attachments, roof-to-wall attachments, wall construction type, and opening protection. This report might help you qualify for discounts on your homeowner’s payment.
Roof Certification in Bonita Springs, FL
At Coastal Home Inspectors, we check the following on every Roof Inspection:
If you’re buying or selling a home or building, the condition of that property’s roof may play a very important role in deciding the final sale worth. A roof certification–a special kind of inspection separate from a regular inspection and requested by insurance companies to judge the life expectancy of the roof for reasons of insurability.
- Water stains and leaks
- Weather harm
- Structural harm
- Missing, curling, and buckling shingles
- Missing or broken tiles
We give your home a four point inspection:
Focuses on four main parts of a home:
The Roof, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning), electrical and plumbing systems. Insurance companies generally need this report back to confirm eligibility when first applying for or renewing a homeowner’s contract on a property that is older than 25 years. Consult with your insurance agent to see if this will be required.
Home and Condo inspection in Bonita Springs, FL
Coastal Home Inspectors, in Bonita Springs, FL will inform you of any potential structural and mechanical defects that would have an effect on your purchase, which has correct reporting of all findings. Home Inspection Services Bonita Springs FL
We understand however difficult buying a new home are often without having to deal with unknown issues, and our inspectors give high-quality work that'll give you the peace of mind you wish to make an informed decision.