Accurate Home Inspections of America, LLC
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Richard did a great job doing a four point inspection and wind mitigation inspection. He was prompt and very nice. I would recommend him to anyone needing home inspection work.Nov 28, 2016Verified
thank you for handling this job quickly so i didn't have to wait so i can send the results to my insurance company,Oct 31, 2018Verified
Arrived when he said he would, was very methodical, answered all of our questions and did a wonderful job.May 20, 2015Verified
Richard was totally professional and very knowledgeable. He answered all my questions and even made suggestions along the way. I would not hesitate to recommend him to my friends or family.Jan 6, 2014
License Type: Home Inspector (FL)
- What types of customers have you worked with?The most common inspections are full home inspections, Wind Mitigation Inspections and Swimming Pool Inspections. Today when buying a home, insurance companies are requesting a Wind Mitigation Inspection. and if the home is older than 30 years, they are also requesting a 4 Point Inspection. Check with your insurance agent and ask what types of inspections will be required.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Generally you do not get a chance to meet with your inspector prior to the inspection. It is for this reason, you as a customer must ask the right questions when speaking to a home inspection company for the first time. Here are some very important questions: 1. Are you licensed and insured with the state of Florida and what is your license number? Home inspectors are required to show you their Florida State license and provide a list of limitations (usually in the form of a pre-inspection agreement) prior to starting a home inspection. 2. What education process did the home inspector go through? Many times before the state licensing law went into effect last year, people became home inspectors with no formal home inspection education and the new law grandfathered in home inspection companies who were in business 2 years prior to the new law. 3, How long will the inspection take? Generally a home inspection should take from 3 to 4 hours for an average sized home. Beware of inspectors who say they can do it in a shorter time. 4. Will the inspector provide references? 5. Will the inspector provide a simple checklist report or a narrative report with photos explaining each issue and will the report be delivered the same day? 6. How long has the inspector been in business?