Blue Heron Home Inspections is a home inspection company located in Sarasota, Florida. With over ten years of industry experience as a home inspector and carrying Master Home Inspection certifications, Blue Heron Home Inspections knows Sarasota, Florida homes inside and out!
As home inspectors, it's our job to catch and examine the details when it comes to your home inspection. With over 1,000+ homes inspected inside Sarasota county, we are highly aware of what to expect and what to look out for when inspecting your property.
You should be able to feel comfortable and confident in your new home and home inspector. With Blue Heron Home Inspections, we help put the distractions away and focus on truly what is at hand, the good and the bad, of your new potential property. After all, we genuinely care.
During a home inspection, a qualified home inspector assesses the property's condition, including its heating and cooling systems, plumbing, electrical work, water, sewage, and some fire and safety issues. In addition, the home inspector will look for evidence of water, fire damage, or any other matter that may affect the property's value.
A wind mitigation is strictly for insurance purposes. During a wind mitigation, a home inspector will look for any wind mitigation features the home may have such as the shape of the roof, hurricane shutters, and or hurricane impact windows. Unlike a typical home inspection, a wind mitigation inspection focuses on your roof, windows, truss attachments, and openings in general.
A four-point is strictly for insurance purposes. During a four-point, a home inspector looks at the four major systems (Roof, Electrical, Plumbing, and HVAC) in an older home during a four-point inspection. An insurance company wants to know that an older home has been well maintained and the major systems are in good working condition.
During a pool and spa inspection, a home inspector will look over the pool environment, not just the pool and equipment. A pool inspection evaluates the current condition of all accessible pool components.
During a dock and sea wall inspection, a home inspector inspects for deficiencies and serviceability. The dock and seawall will be reviewed and evaluated for condition and serviceability.
During a deck inspection, a home inspector will also look closely at the specific connections assembled across the frame. They will want to see that you are using the proper joist hangers and they are not missing any fasteners. They will also be interested in seeing how well your beams are connected to your support posts.
To get a free quote on a home inspection, or if you have questions or special requests for a home inspector, just drop us a line. We look forward to serving you!
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