Plantation Four Point Inspection

Why do I need a four point inspection for my Plantation, Florida home?

Four Point Inspections are usually required by Florida insurance companies that were built more than 25 years ago.

This is usually because old age can take a toll on parts of your home. The four points refers to those points that are in the most danger to a Plantation home, which includes the roof, plumbing, HVAC and electrical units. 

The insurance company does not want to pay for a failure in one of these areas as the price could be enormous. Instead they ask that the home owner have the house inspected first to make sure it is a good investment. A small problem found and fixed early will prevent the extreme cost for a total replacement down the road.

Companies and insurance agencies usually provide their own forms for the completion of a four point inspection. Many times these forms contain different specifications as there are no specific requirements always met with each inspection. However the form provided by Plantation Home Inspection Professionals meets the requested requirements from all of the Florida insurance companies.
Can I fill out the Plantation, Florida Four Point Inspection form myself?
A four point inspection must be filled out by a professional in the field.
The Location roof inspection report will include the observations, recommended corrections and the anticipated remaining life provided the roof is given normal care and maintenance.


  • Wind Mitigation

    Save $$$$

    Save money now! With a wind mitigation inspection you can save money on your home insurance for being wind resistant.  

     

     

    A Plantation wind mitigation inspection can save lots of money on your insurance premium. With a certificate signed by a professional Plantation wind mitigation inspector, the Florida law demands a discount on your Plantation Home Owner Insurance.

  • Four Point Inspection

    Older home?

    Learn what shape your home is in. Insurance companies request a four point inspection on older homes to find the integrity of the building.

     

    The four places that are most likely to fail on an older home are the electrical, plumbing, HVAC and roof. These are all essential to a properly functioning home and a certified Plantation Home Inspector will be able to provide you with the information you need to secure these precious structures.

  • Roof Inspection

    No house without a roof!

    What kind of roof do you have? Hip roofs can save you money while flat roofs can cost you. A roof inspection will check for both.

     

    The roof is one of the damaged pieces of a home. It should be checked often with a Plantation Roof Inspection executed by a professional roof inspector. Insurance companies know this and many times they will require home owner’s to check their roofs before being insured.

  • Full Home Inspection

    Peace of mind!

    Knowledge is power. Full Home inspections offer you a detailed look into every portion of your home or possible residence. 

     

    Plantation houses can be expensive, so before purchasing, the property should be inspected by a professional home inspector. You should have a full home inspection as a necessary step in any buying plan to avoid disaster later. If you are selling your home, give the new buyer confidence by providing a full home inspection for the customer.