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Here are some of the most common types of home inspections:

A professional home inspector can help you determine which types of inspections are recommended for your specific situation.

General Home Inspection

A general home inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of a property's condition and safety. During a general home inspection, a licensed inspector will evaluate the home's major systems, including electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and structural components, to identify any issues or potential problems. The inspector will also assess the condition of the roof, exterior, and interior of the property, looking for any signs of damage,

Residential pre-listing inspection-home and condo

A residential pre-listing inspection is a service provided by a licensed home inspector to evaluate the condition of a home or condo before it is listed for sale. This inspection helps sellers identify any potential issues with the property and make necessary repairs or improvements to increase its value and appeal to potential buyers.

Wind Mitigation Inspection

Wind mitigation inspection is a specialized type of home inspection designed to evaluate the ability of a residential property to withstand strong winds, such as those associated with hurricanes and tornadoes. This inspection is particularly important for homeowners in areas prone to strong winds, such as coastal regions and areas in the path of hurricanes.

Residential pre-purchase inspection-home and condo

A residential pre-purchase inspection is a professional service provided by a licensed home inspector to assess the condition of a home or condo before the buyer finalizes the purchase. The inspection covers the property's exterior, interior, mechanical systems, and structure to identify any issues, safety hazards, or potential problems that could impact the property's value or the buyer's safety and comfort.  

Home Inspection

During a home inspection, the licensed inspector will examine the property's roof, gutters, chimney, siding, windows, doors, and foundation to identify any defects, damage, or potential issues. They will also inspect the property's electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems to ensure they are in good working order and up to code.

Roof Inspection

Wind mitigation inspection is a specialized type of home inspection designed to evaluate the ability of a residential property to withstand strong winds, such as those associated with hurricanes and tornadoes. This inspection is particularly important for homeowners in areas prone to strong winds, such as coastal regions and areas in the path of hurricanes.