Florida Home Inspectors
Serving Broward, Miami and Palm Beach Counties
Purchasing a home is one of the biggest financial investment that individuals make in their lives. At Excel we strive with each and every inspection to be as honest and forthright with our clients as possible. We pay attention to the small details.
Phone No: (954) 731-3363
Visit: 4971 N. University Dr. Ste: 2408
Lauderhill, FL 33351
Certified Property inspector
All of our inspectors are state certified by the American Society of Home Inspectors and the Florida Association of Building Inspectors.
◉ Broward ◉ Miami-Dade
◉ Palm Beach ◉ Monroe
Excel Property Inspections Inc has been servicing the tri-county area since 2003; our office is centrally located in Broward County.
Home & Commercial Property Inspectors Serving South Florida and surrounding areas.
About Excel Property Inspections.
The purchasing of a home can be one of the largest investments that an individual makes. On top of the financial aspect, it can also be extremely stressful. Andy is a licensed home inspector and has been inspecting homes in Florida for 17 years. His attention to detail, thoroughness and forthrightness is what sets him apart from other inspectors. Andy is licensed to perform inspections for conventional and FHA purchases. He is also licensed to perform windstorm mitigation, 4-point and roof condition certification inspections for insurance purposes. As well as HQS inspections for state and federal properties. He has performed inspections from 1/1 condos, 17,000 square foot single family homes, 50 unit apartment complexes to office buildings and warehouses. There is no property that is too small or too large that he has not had experience inspecting. When purchasing a home or any type of investment property please know that Andy will provide you with his expertise to let you know the intricate information that you will need to make an educated decision regarding your purchase.
Commercial Property Inspection
The right commercial property inspection will highlight the true condition of a property and the costs required to repair it.
Residential Property Inspection
If you are a buyer or a seller, Comprehensive Home Inspection is commonly needed to do to make sure the condition of the house.
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Top Important Questions To Ask A Home Inspector
Are you licensed and insured?
Home inspectors are required by law to be licensed and insured in order to perform inspection services in Florida. Not only does the licensing require education and testing to complete but the State also runs thorough criminal background checks on all home inspector applicants. In addition to licensing, ask where they received their education, what inspection organizations they are affiliated with, and additional education and professional backgrounds. There is no substitution for state Licenses.
How long will you be on site for?
A quality home inspection should be a thorough process. It’s in your best interest that an inspection takes over an hour to complete. Home inspections should be about 2-3 hours. In addition, reports should not be rendered on-site. A quality inspector will take their time to review pictures, notes, and observations made during the inspection and compile a multiple page document. A report rendered on-site is not beneficial to the client and may not be meeting Florida requirements.
Where can I see your reviews/testimonials?
Make sure to check out an inspector’s reviews on sites like Google. Yelp, etc. Several reviews with an above-average score can be a good indication of their reputation.
What type of report do you provide?
You’re making big decisions based on a home inspection report. The report should be thorough, easy to understand and help navigate you through this big decision.
You’ll want to know:
- Does the report contain a write-up on important components of the home? Will I get a digital copy?
- Does it include color photographs?
- Do you use a combination of a checklist and narrative format so I can understand all the major components of my home?
- Will you take the time to explain anything that I don’t understand?