Home Inspections -- The main purpose of a home inspection is to give you the information needed to make an informed decision on your home purchase and give you peace of mind. Most home inspectors focus on the major defects that will cost the buyer a lot of money above the purchase price to repair. Cosmetic items are rarely reported. An inspection report is necessary for you and your Realtor to properly negotiate your purchase contract.
HUD 203k write-ups -- As one of our most popular services, these appointments tend to fill up fast. If hired to perform as a 203k consultant, you will be provided with a detailed feasibility study, and a 203k write-up for your bank. The consultant will also work with your identified contractors during the bidding process to help secure the best possible solution for your construction renovation project.
Quality Inspections -- Helping the builder save money and time by providing an inspection that takes a thorough look at all of the finish details of a new home by a professional third party. While County building inspectors make sure the construction project meets minimum building codes, a HFCMI inspector will make sure that your homes meet your quality workmanship standards. For example, a County building inspector will make sure a light works, a HFCMI inspector will make sure the light is centered above the sink, is installed level and tight to the wall, and the light fixture is free from scratches and/or damages.
Draw Inspections -- In a draw inspection, a certified inspector comes out and inspects the construction site. They’re looking to show where the project is in relation to the timeline that was set out, they’re checking the accuracy compared to the original draw request, and they’re looking at the budget. They’re also likely to look at any stored materials kept on the site. This inspection is necessary for funds to be dispersed at various stages of the construction project.
Pre-Drywall Inspections -- This is a pre-inspection for new construction prior to drywall installation. The inspector will look at framing and mechanical installations, including but not limited to, plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems.
One Year Warranty Inspections -- The inspector will review your property prior to your builder's one year warranty expiration to inspect for deficiences.