Investing in a new home is a significant decision, and the process can be overwhelming. Even if you find a seemingly perfect home, hidden issues could cost money. Therefore, it is essential to have your home professionally inspected by KRC Home Inspection Company as early as possible in the buying process. A home inspection can identify potential problems, allowing you to negotiate with the seller or builder to fix them before closing the deal. This step can save you thousands of dollars in future repairs.
At our company, we take pride in our attention to detail and professionalism when inspecting your home. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that every aspect of your home is thoroughly examined, and we provide you with a comprehensive report of our findings. You can trust that we will treat you with the utmost respect and care during the inspection process. Our goal is to give you peace of mind and ensure that your home is safe and in good condition. We serve Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach Counties
Our top priority at KRC Home Inspection Company is to provide crucial insights about your new home. Our dedicated team thoroughly examines all the critical elements of the property to uncover any concealed issues and provide recommendations on maintaining the property after the purchase. Our ultimate objective is to give you all the essential information to make an informed decision.
A complete home inspection or commercial property inspection consists of a thorough check of over 200 items and systems, from the roof to the foundation. This inspection is essential for buyers to confirm that the huge investment they are about to make is solid. In addition, real estate contracts often have a “subject to inspection” clause that excuses the buyer from liability for breach of contract after the 15-day cancellation period.
We check for “wood-destroying organisms” such as termites, powder post beetles, old house borers, and wood-decaying fungi. If visible damage or other evidence is noted in our inspection report, qualified building trade experts are further investigating and are recommended to determine the property’s structural soundness. A licensed pest control company performs termite inspections.
It is important to note that molds are a naturally occurring part of our environment, with over 1000 species commonly found in the United States. However, it is also important to be aware of the potential health risks associated with mold growth, as they produce allergens during their growth process. If you notice mold growth in your home, it is crucial to control moisture and eliminate any mold growth. Additionally, if you suspect or see evidence of mold, it is recommended to seek a professional mold inspection and testing.
Florida law requires insurance companies to offer homeowners discounts or credits for existing building features or home improvements that reduce damage and loss from hurricanes. Hurricane Shutter Certification proves that you have mitigated the potential damage from storms.
Insurance companies look to a 4-Point Inspection Report to see that four systems in the home are generally in good working condition and fulfilling their intended function. In addition, if the house is older, the insurance companies want to see that the systems have been updated. The Four Point Insurance Inspection consists of four systems: Roof Inspection, Electrical Inspection, HVAC (Heat, Ventilation & Air Conditioning), and Plumbing.
If the house has a private septic system, the home buyers may want a septic inspection and to have the septic company pump the tank. It is widespread to have the seller pay for pumping the tank. This way, you can start with an empty tank and an inspected system.
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