I will thoroughly evaluate all aspects of the home that are visible and accessible in order to determine the safety of the structure and features as well as the quality and integrity of the framework. Every accessible nook and cranny of the home will be inspected. I will go the extra mile when inspecting any home, including waterfront houses, condos, and vacant properties. Unlike many other inspectors, I will happily inspect attics regardless of the temperature. My background as a real estate agent has given me a solution-based perspective regarding home inspections; my goal is to help you make a successful real estate transaction. My years as a realtor and investor have taught me how important it is to understand clearly and completely whether the home is ready for move in, or if there are any issues or repairs that need to be addressed first. I follow and exceed the InterNACHI Standards of Practice which includes an extensive examination of the:
Pool & Spa
Even if you cannot be present for the home inspection, I will make you feel like you were there by taking extensive video footage and then walking you through my findings and explaining everything in the inspection report.
Get the most value from the sale of your property by obtaining a Pre-Listing Inspection before you put it on the market. Taking this recautionary step well before you enter the negotiation stage of a real estate deal can save you both time and money. In many cases, it is far more cost-effective to repair any issues that may cause a hold up before the property is listed.
It is important to make sure all new construction is up to code, safe, and stable. New Construction Inspections are recommended for all newly built structures prior to the final walk-through so that you can rest assured that the structure is move-in ready. My 20 years of remodeling homes, real estate purchasing, and selling property has given me a comprehensive knowledge of all phases of the building permit process as well as home construction. You can trust KB Home Inspections, LLC for an accurate and factual New Construction Inspection.
A 4 Point Inspection is required by many insurance companies in Florida for older homes. This inspection is focused on 4 parts of the home: the
HVAC system, the roof, the plumbing, and the electrical system.
The Gulf Coast is no stranger to hurricanes and tropical storms, so it is important to make sure that your home is prepared. By taking these
precautions, you may be able to avoid the terrible damage caused by windstorms. In addition, many insurance companies will offer you a discount
on your homeowner’s insurance!
If a home has been left unoccupied for a lengthy period of time, a special inspection is called for. For example, particular issues may be present in a
vacant home that has had the power turned off and may require a longer and more in-depth inspection. I have a great deal of experience with
Distressed Property Inspections and will inspect every visible and accessible inch of the vacant, foreclosed-upon, or abandoned home with patience
and a keen eye for detail.