Our inspectors look at all accessible areas of the home, from the roof to the foundation and everything in between. The comprehensive report includes major issues, minor imperfections, and maintenance information.
Getting a pre-listing inspection gives valuable insight into potential issues your home may have before it goes on the market. It can also be marketed as pre-inspected which gives buyers added peace of mind.
We verify that your new home meets local building standards and expectations for quality as it’s being built. This assists the builder in correcting issues and prevents post-occupancy problems and repairs.
NACA is a non-profit HUD Certified advocacy organization that has made homeownership a reality for hundreds of thousands of working people with credit issues, limited assets, and/or who face discrimination.
We can inspect your home near the end of the builder’s warranty to ensure it is still structurally and mechanically sound. This allows you to take advantage of the warranty, if needed, before it expires.
Your insurance company may require this report if the home is over 25 years old. They want to make sure the roof, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems are in good working order before insurance is provided.
Insurance companies are required to reduce rates for hurricane resistant features. Depending on the age of the home it may be necessary to have an inspector document the home’s features in order to receive discounts.
Exposure to radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the US and leads to approximately 21,000 deaths each year. We set up a continuous radon monitor to collect data over multiple days for analysis.
If our inspectors notice microbial like growth during the inspection we can take samples for analysis. We can also collect air samples to see if there may be hidden mold shedding spores and impacting the quality of the air.
By using infrared technology our inspectors are able to “see” through walls to find abnormal hot and cold spots. These could be signs of missing insulation, improper wiring, or potential moisture intrusion.
We currently do not perform these services in house, however we can take care of the scheduling on your behalf. A licensed and reputable WDO inspector will be at the house at the same time as our inspectors.
Waypoint is always exploring additional certifications and specialties to add to our portfolio. This is part of our ongoing commitment to provide the best service in the industry. Stay tuned for what’s next!