Are you looking for a full home inspection or something more specific? We have you covered with inspection services ranging from standard home inspections to 4-point home inspections, air sampling & mold testing, wind mitigation inspections, sewer scope inspections, water quality testing, and so much more.
With our home inspection services, we'll provide you with the answers you need to have a smooth transaction when buying a home. Home sellers also benefit from inspections, as our services help you maximize the value of your property when selling.
Before you buy a home, it’s critical you have an objective assessment of its current condition. WHI offers dependable and expert home inspection services to provide you with a clear picture of what you’re buying and to alert you to any issues that may force you back to the negotiating table. Put simply, a home inspection is a proactive measure and can save you thousands of dollars in the long run.View Details
Selling a home can be a daunting task but having a pre-listing home inspection is one surefire way to reduce your stress and expedite the process. Pre-listing inspections make sure you won’t be caught off guard when you’re seemingly at the one-yard line during negotiations. It will help you avoid delays and allow you to move quicker to your new property and the next chapter of your life.View Details
Just because you’re building a property from scratch doesn’t mean you should assume everything is flawless. Whether it’s human error or issues with materials, adverse situations that could lead to costly repairs can and do happen. Fortunately, a new construction inspection will catch these problems, and the earlier they’re identified, the less expensive you’ll pay for repairs if they’re not covered by warranty.View Details
Some mold growth can be toxic, and mold spores can cause symptoms of mold exposure in some people. A mold inspection will tell you if your home has a mold problem, and identify the moisture source that is causing it. If you are selling your home, then it's important to have your home pre-inspected for mold to avoid delays for remediation, which could take a month or longer.View Details
What is a 4-point home inspection? Put simply, it’s a shorter version of a comprehensive home inspection, and examines the main pillars of a home, including the roof and HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems. Many insurance companies require a 4-point inspection, especially for older homes, as part of their policies.View Details
We offer FHA/VA-approved testing for Coliforms, E-Coli, Nitrite, Nitrate, and Lead. The water is carefully collected following strict protocols and is tested by an independent laboratory. We will provide you with a separate, independent, and detailed report of the lab results. Contact us today for more information.
Most of us are familiar with the dangers of outdoor air pollution. But what about the air quality inside our homes? High humidity, pet dander and other allergens, mold, and various chemicals trapped in our homes can expose us to far worse air conditions than those found outside. We can test the quality of the air in your house and make recommendations for a healthier, more comfortable home.
Save on annual insurance premiums and protect the most vulnerable areas of your home from wind damage with a wind mitigation inspection. We’ll provide you with the documentation needed to receive discounts and rebates on your homeowners insurance.View Details
WHI Home Inspection Services uses the latest in high resolution aerial photography technology to safely obtain the most detailed roof inspections. With our video services, we’ll give you a unique look at the current condition of your roof and property.
Buying a home with a pool and or a spa is very exciting; however, they are often expensive to maintain and if they’re not in great shape, they can lead to costly repairs. With our pool and spa inspection services, we’ll closely examine the structure, equipment and deck to determine the current condition of the spa and pool on a property you’re interested in.View Details
A sewer scope inspection is a video inspection of the sewer line leading from the house to the sewer system or septic tank. We'll check for obstructions, damage, or other issues such as root penetration, holes or cracks, pipe separation, and more. Some issues may not be affecting performance yet but could cause failure later as the problem worsens over time.View Details
Commonly referred to as a termite inspection, Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) inspections look for more than just termites, including wood boring beetles and wood destroying fungus. Termites alone cause billions of dollars in property damage every year in the United States. Because they can be difficult to detect, a properly trained inspector is necessary to check for the presence of any WDOs in your home. WDO inspections are performed by a licensed third-party.View Details
We will evaluate the faucets and showers in your current or prospective home and identify leaks and the quality of the water pressure. We’ll also determine the types of pipes used and find the main water shutoff valve.
The electrical system of a home is critical, and we’ll figure out the wiring type, test all outlets and make sure there is protection from electrical shorts. We’ll also evaluate the electrical panel.
During our home inspection, we’ll figure out how old the furnace and air conditioning systems are and determine if they’re working seamlessly or if they may need certain repairs and maintenance.
Our inspectors determine the age of the water heater and check for proper installation. We also determine the condition and give an estimate of the remaining life span of the water heater.
Our home inspectors will make sure there is proper ventilation in your laundry room; a dryer that isn’t ventilated right is a serious fire hazard.
A fire is every homeowner’s worst nightmare; our inspectors test smoke detectors and ensure that the garage wall, if present, has the proper fire rating. Also, we check the fireplace to make sure there are no issues.
We’ll identify any visible leaks, make sure the bathroom is properly ventilated and that the toilets are secured, among other things.
We investigate the attic to see if there is any structural damage, test how the ventilation is flowing and see if the insulation is in good shape.
We’ll look for damages, including missing siding, cracks and excessive soil contact to ensure pests cannot easily sneak their way in.
We check for possible foundation failure, indicated by cracks or settling.
Our inspectors check to ensure that the ground slopes away from the house, which prevents water from entering the home or causing damage to the foundation.
If accessible and visible, we look for roof damage or poor installation that may allow for water penetration. We also check the condition of the gutters and we can even use drone technology for a closer look!
WHI will test to make sure the garage door is working right and that everything is properly ventilated (if it’s not, it could lead to carbon monoxide poisoning). We also check for explosion risks if ignition sources are too close to the floor.
Mark Workman from WHI Home Inspection Services provides professional home inspection services in Northwest Florida including Pensacola, Destin, Panama City, and surrounding areas. Give us a call at (850) 346-7693 or send us an email.
Troy Dolney from WHI Home Inspection Services provides professional home inspection services in Northeast Florida including Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Orange Park, and surrounding areas. Give us a call at (904) 930-2300 or send us an email.
Tomas Texidor from WHI Home Inspection Services provides professional home inspection services in South Florida including West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and surrounding areas. Give us a call at (954) 955-1304 or send us an email.