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Full Home Inspection Services


Full Home Inspections

4 Eyes Home Inspections LLC performs home inspections in accordance with State of Florida Home Inspector Standards of Practice 61-30.801 

We will examine each of the following readily accessible areas of your home.

  • Roofs, vents, flashings, and trim.

  • Gutters and downspouts. 

  • Windows & Doors.

  • Vegetation & Tree issues.

  • Decks, porches, walkways, and railings.

  • Exteriors walls.

  • Eaves, soffits, and fascia.

  • Grading and drainage.

  • Accessible Attic-spaces.

  • Accessible Crawl-space.

  • Moisture Intrusion.

  • Heating and cooling systems.

  • Water Heating systems.

  • Water shut-off valve and heating system.

  • Interior plumbing and faucets.

  • Interiors walls & Ceilings.

  • Kitchen Appliances.

  • Electrical panels, breakers, and fuses.

  • Grounding and bonding.

  • GFCIs and AFCI.

  • Insulation and ventilation.

  • Garage doors, safety sensors, and openers.

  • Safety issues.


Wood Destroying Organism Inspections

South Florida’ Climate is known for high humidity. Pest and wood destroying organisms love humidity. Thats why they call Florida the WDO Capital of the World. Wood Destroying Organism cause more damage to homes than flooding, tornadoes, hurricanes or fires. Homeowner insurance policies rarely cover WDO damage. Having a professional WDO Inspection will not cost much but will give you peace of mind when buying a home. All Termite Inspections are performed by 3rd Party State of Florida licensed pest control contractors.


Pre-Listing Inspections

We recommend that sellers have their homes inspected before putting them on the market. This allows for any issues in the home to be resolved before potential buyers get a chance to see it, which can make the selling process quicker and easier for the buyer and sellers. Furthermore it builds trust and buyer confidence.


Roof Condition
Inspection/ Certification

During a Roof Condition Inspection, we inspect the roof to determine its age and what condition it is in. This information can help you decide which aspects of your roof may need to be updated, and it will allow insurance companies to know the estimated lifespan of the roof and the risk it may have for the insurance company. See the required form here:
Roof Certification form


Annual Home
Maintenance Inspection

We always recommend that our customers have their homes inspected once a year. Maintaining homes can be tricky, especially for new homeowners, and our Annual Home Maintenance Inspection can keep owners a step ahead of potentially expensive or difficult long-term damage. We will inspect for existing issues in the home as well as anything that might pose a problem within the next year.


Wind Mitigation Inspection

During a Wind Mitigation Inspection, we will inspect the home for signs of hurricane protection. Usually, a wind mitigation inspection is requested to determine which credit(s) apply to a home. During a wind mitigation inspection, a certified inspector looks for key features and add-ons that reduce the amount of damage your home may suffer in the event of a hurricane or strong windstorm. These features might include, Impact doors & windows, hurricane panels, accordions shutters, etc. See the required form here:
Wind Mitigation 1802 form


4 Point Inspection

A 4 Point Home Inspection is non-invasive and covers the visual assessment of a home’s four most important accessible areas: the roof, electrical system, plumbing system, and HVAC. During this inspection, we will determine the general condition of each point so that this information can be given to the insurance company. This inspection is required generally on homes over 10 yrs old.

See the required form here:
4PT form

Drone Roof Inspections


Indoor Air Quality testing ( IAQ)

Knowing the indoor air quality is important when purchasing a home. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns. These include irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. Poor indoor air quality can also reduce sleep and productivity. Adding an indoor air quality test can assure your home is toxic free and healthy. 


Drone technology has made Roof Inspections not only safer for the home inspector, but also cause less damage to your roofs.  This technology is a faster and a more cost-effective way to gather information and spot any problems. Drones help us get to areas of the roof that are sometimes too dangerous,difficult, wet or steep to inspect. They are a great tool in enhancing our roof inspections.  We are trained, certified and licensed FAA Part 107 UAV Pilots.

What you see


What WE see


Thermal Imaging Technology

Infrared Technology does not “see through walls”, but it’s a tool that gives us a better view of any visual “temperature differences” we detect during our inspection that might indicate a possible concern. While there is no guarantee that nothing will be missed during our visual Inspections, thermal imaging helps us perform a more thorough inspection than what we can see with the naked eye. 


Home Inspection Review With Every Client

At the end of each Full Home Inspection, the inspector will discuss their findings and answer any questions. After 24 hours or less, will email you a link to the report, which includes all findings and included photographs. If theirs any specific concerns you may have regarding the home, we encourange you to let us know beforehand so we can focus our attention on those areas of concern. 

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