Locally owned and operated, serving Southwest Florida
We will thoroughly inspect all major components of the property. We will inform you of future maintenance that will be required and also inform you of any defects with the home. You will then be able to make an informed decision about the home based on our findings.
We will follow the Standard of Practices to offer you a thorough inspection. A comprehensive inspection report will be present that will explain the findings.
Our customers will receive a mobile-friendly inspection report that is easy to read, complete with detailed colored photographs and a clear explanation of our findings. Each inspection will include a Free Recall Check on the appliances in the home. This is confirmed with the make and model of your home.
Free Home Maintenance advisory is given to the new homeowner of the homes we inspect. Can provide advice and answer your questions on home maintenance, the inspection report, and other home-related questions that you may have. Many first time home buyers will find great value in this service.
Infrared Scan may be used by your inspector. Using the technologically advanced equipment may allow the inspector to detect moisture that may not be seen otherwise.
- Mechanical System
- Electrical System
- Plumbing System
- Heating & Cooling System
- Visual Inspection for Mold
- Visual Inspection for Chinese Drywall
- Interior (including windows and doors)
- Exterior Cladding & Structure (including deck, patio, & porches)
- Foundation (including crawlspaces)
- Garage (attached and detached)
- Attic (including insulation and ventilation)
- Roof (including penetrations, flashing, and drainage system)
We follow the InterNACHI Standards of Practice.
Residential & Commercial Inspections
If you would like to place insurance on your home and the home is over 30 years old, the insurance company will require you to have a 4 Point Inspection performed. Our 4 Point inspection includes the plumbing systems, heat/AC system, electrical system, and roof structure. We will present you will a completed 4 Point form. We stay abreast of all the insurance industry changes and requirements for your to obtain insurance on your home. Check out our video for more information!
Due to the high levels of humidity in Florida, it is very common to find mold in our area homes. Mold has a potential to cause health problems like allergies, irritation (to lungs, eyes, skin, throat, nose) and are potentially toxic. The longer it grows the more damage it may cause. If there is a mold finding in your home, you then have the opportunity to clean the mold promptly and properly. Mold can be hidden, growing on moisture and can develop into a potentially large problem if not caught in time.
New Construction Stage Inspections
We work with many local lending institutes to provide confirmation to the buyers and lenders that the construction is completely based on building specification, time frame, and draw schedules
Many families will hire their own inspection company to inspect the home throughout each stage of construction. This gives you the peace of mind knowing that your contractor is building the home based on the building specification. Kelting Inspections can perform a walk-through inspection on your behalf.
11th Month WarrantyInspection
This inspection will protect you and your property. It will give you that peace of mind after your one year warranty is over.
Price for a Home Inspection
- A thorough inspection performed by a Licensed and Certified Home Inspector with experience. Insured and Bonded.
- As much time as you need to answer all of your inspection related questions, from an unbiased inspector.
- A digital copy of the report, delivered through a secure website, that you can print, forward or download, generally within 24-48 hours after the inspection.
- Information on the operation and maintenance of the various systems within your home, if necessary.
Radon is a colorless, tasteless, naturally-occurring, radioactive gas found throughout the U.S. that is extremely dangerous when present in high levels in your home. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States and is estimated to cause more than 20,000 deaths each year.
Radon comes from the natural (radioactive) breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water, and gets into the air you breathe. Radon can get into any type of building – homes, offices, and schools – resulting in a high indoor level of radon gas. Since radon is invisible and odorless, the only way to know if your home has a radon problem is through a professional test. The EPA and the Surgeon General recommend testing all homes below the third floor for radon.
Radon contamination inside a home happens more often than people tend to think, and it’s important to make sure that your prospective home is safe from this radioactive gas before making an investment.