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Need an Inspection?
Direct Inspectors help homeowners & future homeowners save money while offering much needed peace-of-mind. In most cases your insurance company will request a home inspection. Most mortgage companies that work within Florida require a complete/full home inspection prior to a property sale. Direct Inspectors currently offers Full Home Inspections, Wind Mitigation Inspection as well as our base Four Point inspections. Please browse through our inspection services below to learn more, or order a home inspection today. If this is your first home purchase or feel unsure which inspection you need? Take a moment and call us today at 1 (xxx) xxx-xxxx for assistance from one of our trusted representatives.
About Direct Inspectors, your Trusted Home Inspection Company
Your home or commercial property is the single biggest investment many will ever make, this makes it pivotal to understand the current condition of your investment. Direct Inspectors has been providing the state of Florida with Commercial & Residential inspections in Satellite Beach, Indialantic, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Cocoa, Titusville, Viera, Suntree, Merritt Island, Cocoa Beach, and all of Brevard, Osceola and Indian River Counties.
At Direct Inspectors, Inc., We work diligently with you to ensure your potential home or commercial property doesn’t have any hidden or costly issues. Our 100% Customer Service guarantee, quality assurance and attention to detail, offers and unmatched peace of mind when inspecting your current or future property. We offer an industry leading turn around time for scheduling with concise and easy to read same day electronic inspection reports. With regards to all of our Inspectors they're Certified Master Home Inspectors (CMIs) specifically trained through InterNACHI standards (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors).
What is a home inspection?
A home or commercial property inspected by Direct Inspectors is an overall evaluation of the current condition of your residential/commercial property. These home inspections are useful for both home sellers and home buyers, as well as each parties real estate professional. Our inspection reports help you understand the issues and components of your home. Home Inspectors should always reference issues with photos and descriptions within their reports, this helps the home owner understand and clearly locate the possible discrepancies. Your home inspection can include, 4 Point Home Inspection, Wind Mitigation Inspection, Complete Home Inspection, or many other specialized areas not regularly included.
What is a Four Point Inspection?
A “Four Point Inspection” focuses only on four primary areas of interest in a home: HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning), Electrical wiring and panels, Plumbing connections and fixtures, Roof. The four point inspection and secure pdf report describes the current condition and age of these elements in your home. Why do I need a four point inspection? Insurance companies have become increasingly reluctant to issue Homeowner Insurance Policies on older homes (usually 25 years old or more) and will require a current four point inspection to ensure future life of crucial elements with your home. Our proprietary software will compile our inspectors findings and complete a 4 point inspection pdf which can be submitted to your insurance company. For whatever reason should they not accept our report we will complete their form based on the inspection information and walk through performed.
What is a Wind Mitigation?
Wind mitigation is the implementation of certain building techniques in order to limit damage caused by intense wind to your home. In 2006, Citizens Insurance, which is one of the largest property insurers in Florida, requested a 45% rate increase for wind insurances. Many other insurers shortly took similar actions, which led to safer homes & higher standards during intense winds. In many states, homeowners can greatly benefit from receiving a reduced insurance premium. With regards to the Gulf Coast states, which are most prone to windstorm damage from hurricanes, have considered incentives to mitigate damage due to wind. Schedule us today to see how much you can save!
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