Home Inspection Nocatee FL

First Choice Building Inspections offers a wide range of home inspection services to Nocatee, FL. Whether you are buying or selling your home, our priority is to provide you with the knowledge and confidence you need to make your real estate decision. Our business is built on integrity, expertise and paying close attention to detail. With us, you are not only getting a home inspection, but also our years of experience in mortgage loan origination, property and casualty insurance and real estate transactions.

Nocatee FL Home Inspector

The right home inspector can help ease your stress and help you understand the most important and expensive details regarding your home. Let us take care of you, our Certified Professional Inspectors are honest, patient and experts that consistently deliver a quality experience. From the moment we start your home inspection, we follow the Standard of Practice for home inspectors established by InterNACHI, the leading home inspection association. After inspection, we provide a comprehensive Spectora Report, with informative and visual findings to help you understand any issues and give you a clear perspective.

Wind Mitigation

A wind mitigation inspection can help you protect your home from damage caused by some of Florida’s most severe weather. Our certified home inspectors can perform a wind mitigation inspection that can save you money on your home insurance by crediting you for features that mitigate the amount of damage that may occur during a hurricane or strong windstorm. After the inspection is done, you will receive a report that verifies these features. With this report, your insurance company will be able to calculate the amount of discount you are eligible for.

4-point Inspections

4-point inspections are designed to let an insurance company know the conditions of the following: the roof, electrical, HVAC and plumbing systems of the home. Our inspectors will determine the general condition and age of these systems. The report will provide the information an insurance company needs to determine if the home is insurable the way it is or if it needs repairs.