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KC Inspections provides every type of inspection service for properties, new homes, existing homes, insurance, real estate and commercial buildings. Our certified inspectors quickly deliver comprehensive, easy-to-read, detailed reports. 

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Whether you’re buying or selling a new or pre-existing home, you’ll need a home inspection. Our Basic Home Inspection covers all the major bases including roof, attic, exterior, interior, plumbing, electrical, HVAC and primary appliances. If you’d also like 4-point, wind mitigation and a thermal scan, you might like our Home Inspection Package.

If you need a basic inspection plus 4-point, wind mitigation and a thermal scan, then our Home Inspection Package is ideal. The package includes: roof, attic, exterior, interior, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, primary appliances, thermal imaging, wind mitigation and 4-point.

Insurance inspections are not only beneficial to your insurer – but can also benefit you as well. Insurance inspections identify areas that may be lowering your home’s market value – as well as alert you to areas concerning your insurer and help ensure your property is properly covered.

A wind mitigation inspection checks your home's wind-resistant features. Not only does this help prepare your home for hurricanes and storms, a wind mitigation inspection can result in substantial savings on your homeowners insurance.

If you plan to purchase a pre-owned home, your insurance company will want to know that the home has been well-maintained and all the major systems are in good working condition. During a 4 point inspection, KC Enterprises FL inspects the home’s primary systems: Roof, Electrical, Plumbing & HVAC.

Infrared cameras and thermal imaging can detect moisture in ceilings and walls, leaking plumbing, rot behind EIFS (Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems) and stucco, wood-destroying insects, electrical issues, HVAC function, roof leaks, structural defects and energy loss. Thermal imaging inspection services are included in our Home Inspection Plus package.

If you purchased a new construction home within the last year, it’s important to get an 11-month warranty inspection to ensure your home is in top shape before the 1-year warranty period expires. These inspections cover all main systems, exterior, interior, roof, attic, electrical, HVAC and plumbing.

Newly constructed homes should have 3 different phase inspections. Phase inspections make sure the home’s interior and usually hidden systems are in top shape. KC Inspections conducts inspections before the slab is poured (Phase 1), before the drywall is hung (Phase 2), and a final home inspection (Phase 3).

Manufactured and mobile homes have slightly different inspection requirements than single family homes. Our certified inspectors are familiar and trained to assess the nuances of manufactured homes and their specific inspection checklist.

Are you gearing up to sell your property? Get your property ready to hit the market with a full detailed home inspection. KC Inspections provides reports within 24 hours.

Whether you are an investor just starting your portfolio – or already hold multiple properties – rental property inspections provide both a general overview of the property as well as an assessment of areas that may need maintenance or repairs.

Maintaining your property’s hidden spaces, such as crawlspaces, is imperative to the overall health and wellness of your home. Routine crawlspace inspections can catch issues before they turn into problems.

Inspections are needed for above-ground, inground pools and spas. Inspections assess safety features of the pool as well as pumps, electrical systems and plumbing. KC Inspections offers pool inspections as stand-alone services or as add-ons to home inspections.

KC Inspections recommends a full condo inspection to assess your unit’s health. Condo inspections include observing the crawl spaces and attics that attach directly to the unit to make sure there are no major issues visible. Our inspectors will also assess the exterior (even if HOA maintained), garages, and common-use zones directly adjacent to the unit.

For properties over 5,000 square feet, KC Inspections covers exterior, interior, roof, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC and when applicable, other permanently installed equipment. Call them today for more information and to schedule your appointment.

KC Inspections reviews many documents during commercial building and multi-unit inspections. The inspection report will contain details of the major systems and overall property condition. Commercial inspections typically include the following as applicable: parking and building exterior, roof, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and interior areas.

Dock, seawalls and boat lifts need to be inspected and evaluated for condition and serviceability. These inspections include checking pilings, caps, decking material, fasteners and deficiencies. During an inspection, KC Inspections will also operate boat lifts (if applicable) and check for proper function.

In Florida especially, KC Inspections recommend having a pre-storm inspection to help you plan for hurricane season. Pre-storm inspections document the condition of your property prior to a storm, could eliminate insurance disputes over claim settlements and enable you to be proactive in addressing pre-existing conditions.

During post-storm inspections, our inspectors check for damage - damage that if missed, could result in big repair bills down the road. This type of inspection includes thorough inspection of interior, exterior and major systems.