Residential Home Inspection
4 Point Inspection
Wind mitigation is an assessment of a building's resilience to wind-related hazards, particularly strong winds and hurricanes. A wind mitigation inspection aims to determine how well a structure is equipped to withstand the forces of high winds, with the goal of reducing potential damage.
A thermal imaging inspection is a non-invasive technique that uses specialized infrared cameras to detect and visualize temperature variations in objects and surfaces. Thermal imaging inspections are valued for their ability to reveal hidden problems that might not be apparent through visual inspection alone. They are widely used in various industries to enhance safety, reduce energy consumption, and prevent costly repairs by addressing issues before they escalate.
11 Month Warranty Inspection - New Construction
The inspector will perform an inspection to ensure that proper building practices have been executed based on the local jurisdiction. These inspections are for new construction only and are not code compliance inspections. This inspection is performed before builders one year warranty expires.
Mold and Indoor Air Quality
The inspector will examine all areas of the home for indications of moisture intrusion and possible microbial growth.
FCS Home Inspection performs their services based on the InterNACHI Standards of Practice
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