A comprehensive home inspection is an overall, non-invasive analysis of the condition of a home at the time of the inspection.
Our primary goal is to protect the buyer’s interests identifying and reporting major deficiencies, unsafe or expensive problems that exist in the home.
Once the inspection has been completed, we communicate the findings through a written and detailed report.
In Titan Property Inspections we believed in top-not services and client satisfaction, so we have invested in a Compact Thermal Camera with high resolution to make sure we check the property for things that the naked eye cant’s see.
Thermal imaging is a method of improving visibility of objects in a dark environment by detecting the objects’ infrared radiation and creating an image based on that information.
This camera can uncover building defects, energy inefficiencies, moisture damages and electrical problems.
A home inspection can reveal critical information about the condition of a home and its systems. This makes the buyer aware of repairs and maintenance the home may require immediately and over time. It may discover life-threatening problems like mold or faulty wiring that could cause a fire.
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Typically, the buyer pays for a home inspection in Florida. Home inspection costs are also considered a part of closing costs, but they are paid at the time of inspection.
Technically, the only person who is required to be present is the inspector, but it will be ideal if the buyer can be present as well, so the inspector can inform the buyer the findings while they walk through the house together.