State Certified Home Inspections

Certified Home Inspections

State Certified Inspections LLC

Certified Home Inspection

Certified Full Home Inspections you can Bank On!

  Home inspections are used to provide an opportunity for a buyer to identify any major issues with a home prior to closing. Your first clue that a home inspection is important is that it can be used as a contingency in your contract with the seller. This contingency provides that if significant defects are revealed by a home inspection, you can back out of your purchase/contract or offer, free of penalty, within a certain timeframe. 
  In some situations, realtors are also known to include home inspection clauses in contracts, such as those for a newly built residence. 

  Listed are some of the items the report will cover. Foundation & Support, Structural Integrity, Surface Drainage, Roof, Gutters/Downspouts, Walks/ Driveways, Steps/Stairs, Decks/Patios, Garages/Carports, Attic, Insulation, Ventilation, Windows/Doors, HVAC System(s), Plumbing System & Fixtures, Electrical Capacity & Components, Built-in Appliances and many other features that are part of the home 

Why State Certified Inspections LLC

*   We understand the complexity and time constraints of a real estate transaction.

*   We are the single source for all your home inspection needs.Our inspections exceed Nationally Accepted Standards of Practice.

*   We offer flexible scheduling and inspect 7 days a week!

*   Promptness, experience, professionalism and honesty are the cornerstones of our business. Reports are easy to understand and are emailed to the client within 24 hours of the inspection, many times sooner. 

 *   We are dedicated to are clients providing complete, accurate inspection services only. We do not perform corrective measures. We simply deliver fast unbiased inspection results at affordable rates.

Certified Home Inspections

Certified Inspectors

  Certified & License Home Inspectors who knows the structure of a home and can give you a professional honest inspection to help protect your investment including your family safety, can you afford not to have a home inspection.

Complete Home Inspection

  This inspection report is the most common with buyers or sellers and the most economical. The report will cover the condition of the home’s components for purchase or pre-sale. Inspected components include HVAC system, plumbing, electrical, roof, attic, visible insulation, walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, appliances, foundation, structural components and safety issues

Four Point Certification

  A Four Point inspection covers four critical areas: Roofing, Electrical, HVAC, and plumbing. This inspection is carried out in a methodical way so as to check the age, parts, and condition of the major areas of the home.

Wind Mitigation Inspection

  The coastal areas of Florida are prone to hurricanes and high winds, which may cause extensive damage to land and personal property. A Wind Mitigation inspection can save a homeowner up to 75% off their insurance premium.

Roof Certification Report

  One area of a home that requires routine inspections is the roof. A leaky, damaged, or defective roof puts the entire contents of a home and its occupants at risk. In Florida, it is especially important to get regular inspections due to tropical weather conditions. Proof of roof replacement, or a Roof Condition Certification Inspection may be required for homes that are 25 years old and older to be insured.   

Chinese Drywall Inspection

  Imported to the United States and used in residential construction between 2001 and 2009 affecting “an estimated 100,000 homes in more than 20 states.”Chinese drywall can decrease your home value by 75 percent and can corrode wiring, AC coils, copper and other related items.

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