Our Services

General Home Inspections

A1 General Home Inspection provides FULL COMPREHENSIVE inspection which includes:

  • Roof Covering Materials
  • Roof Framing System
  • Attic Space
  • Insulation
  • Exterior Walls
  • Interior Walls
  • Interior Floors
  • Interior Ceilings
  • Interior Doors
  • Interior Windows
  • Interior Electrical System
  • Interior Plumbing System
  • Interior Fixtures
  • Flashings
  • Fascia
  • Soffits
  • Gutters
  • Vents
  • Chimney
  • Exterior Doors & Windows
  • Exterior Electrical
  • Septic System Testing
  • Grounds
  • Driveway
  • Walkways
  • Decks
  • Patio
  • Pool Decking
  • Screen Enclosures
  • Sprinkler System
  • Pool & Equipment
  • Spa & Equipment
  • Site Drainage
  • Hazards
  • Foundation
  • Crawl Space
  • Floor Framing System or Slab
  • Interior Electrical System
  • Interior Plumbing System
  • Interior Fixtures
  • Heating System
  • Cooling System
  • Major Appliances
  • Estimate of Repairs

Special Inspection Services

Additional fees usually apply for these inspection services:

4 Point Inspection

A 4 Point Inspection may be required by your insurance agency if you’re seeking coverage on an older home. The inspection consists of a thorough evaluation of four key areas: the HVAC, roofing, plumbing, and electrical systems.

Mold Sampling/Survey

Mold is more than just an eyesore—it can cause serious health problems when allowed to thrive in a home. We’ll investigate a property for any signs of mold or preexisting damage caused by the moisture that feeds it, giving you an opportunity to arrange any necessary mold removal or structural repair work.

Carbon Monoxide (CO) Testing

Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, yet highly toxic gas has been used by humans since prehistoric times.   The carbon monoxide molecule consists of one atom of carbon and one atom of oxygen.  Carbon monoxide is formed from the partial oxidation of carbon-containing compounds; it forms to the more common carbon dioxide when there is a condensed accessibility of oxygen, for example, in a home, when using a stove in an enclosed space. 

Asbestos Testing

Asbestos is still found in some building materials imported into the United States, including insulation, flooring, textured paint, ceiling and roof tiles. Exposure to asbestos can cause serious illnesses like cancer including mesothelioma and asbestosis.

OSHA and the EPA both have guidelines that require asbestos inspections and asbestos surveys. The EPA specifies that you must complete an asbestos inspection before any demolition or remodel of a commercial, educational or multi-unit residential building. 

EIFS/Synthetic Stucco

The continuing process of marketing and engineering evolved into the product that we know today as EIFSor synthetic stuccoEIFS is a non-load bearing exterior wall cladding designed to be attached to wall sheathing with an adhesive or mechanical fastener. Sometimes EIFS is referred to as synthetic stucco.

Pests/Wood Destroying Organisms

A WDO is an Inspection for Wood Destroying Organisms. This inspection is more commonly referred to as a termite inspection. It’s called a WDO because termites are not the only wood-destroying organisms in the world. … They inspect the attic for minute damage that indicates the house has an issue.

Radon Testing

Forming underground from the breakdown of certain types of rock and soil, radon gas is sometimes able to penetrate the foundation of a home. Radon is known to cause various health problems, including lung-related illnesses such as lung cancer. We’re able to test a home for this odorless and invisible gas by utilizing our extensive training and specialized equipment. If we do discover radon, we’ll guide you on the next step that should be taken to ensure that your home and health are protected.

Lead Paint Testing

If your home was built before 1978, there is a good chance it has lead-based paint. In 1978, the federal government banned consumer uses of lead-containing paint, but some states banned it even earlier. Lead from paint, including lead-contaminated dust, is one of the most common causes of lead poisoning.

Lead paint is still present in millions of homes, sometimes under layers of newer paint. If the paint is in good shape, the lead paint is usually not a problem. Deteriorating lead-based paint (peeling, chipping, chalking, cracking, damaged, or damp) is a hazard and needs immediate attention.

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5489 Wiles Rd Ste 302
Coconut Creek, FL 33073-4220