A home inspection is the most important step in buying any property, whether it’s residential or commercial. Before spending tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars and doing so without knowing the property’s condition, an inspection can protect you going into negotiations and even benefit you by justifying a lower offer. We are consistently told our reports justify renegotiating the offer when the inspection is completed. Your financial welfare is one of the most important aspects of life, second only to the welfare of your family. Purchasing a home is the largest venture a person takes in one’s life and doing so blindly can be costly without a home inspection in Tampa's growing market.
Inspections are conducted impartially and start outside to observe the overall condition of the grounds and structure including the roof. Moving inside, the industry’s standard inspection is exceeded by using state of the art tools to perform an in-depth inspection and identify problems that affect the structure's integrity and occupant’s safety. Handy Vet Inspections uses the following equipment:
As an impartial home inspector I will not tell you whether you should purchase a property or not, however, I provide as much information as possible for you to make an informed decision. The inspection, by industry standard is only visual, but I make the investment to purchase special tools and additional education on updated inspection techniques and new home systems to exceed the standard and perform the best inspection possible. We become a team from the beginning, 1) to ensure you know the condition before for your purchase, 2) for future needs regarding the home or business.
A comprehensive home inspection is an overall, non-invasive analysis of the condition of a home at the time of the inspection. The primary goal of a home inspector is to protect the buyer's interests, to identify and report on major deficiencies, and unsafe or expensive problems that exist in the home. The home inspection is not intended to identify typical cosmetic issues. Once the inspection is completed, the inspector communicates the findings through a written report.
Our Comprehensive Home Inspection Includes:
Air Conditioning Systems:
Insulation & Ventilation Systems:
Advanced Mechanical Systems operation, testing and inspection procedures.
Advanced Electrical Systems theory, principle of operation and inspection procedures
Pre-Drywall Inspection for new home buyers to verify systems within the home are correct before they are covered forever. This class covered blueprints, framing, masonry, report writing and many more.