new construction inspection
Why You Should Order a Builder One-Year Warranty Inspection
The single most important reason new homeowners should have their home inspected before the end of the first year of ownership is to document deficiencies and/or concerns before the builder transfers the warranty to a 3rd-party warranty provider. The builder is required to notify the 3rd-party warranty provider of any known issues. Depending upon the […]
Fire Door Inspection
Fire Door Inspector For Correctional And Detention Facilities
Property360 is the leading fire door inspector for correctional and detention facilities in Florida and there is a reason for that.
Florida Home Inspections
First-Time Home Buyers
Every homeowner was a “first-time home buyer” at one time. Do you understand obsolescence?
Help Is On The Way For Florida Homeowners!
Effective June 30, 2022, Senate Bill 2-D will now provide some relief to Florida homeowners who are struggling with cancellations, renewals, and premium costs.
The Top 5 Repairs Needed on Florida Homes
Property360 has over 30 years of experience inspecting resale homes. We find commonality in neglected maintenance or general obsolescence in building materials/components in the age groups of the homes we inspect. Some of these defects are clearly visible while some have been covered or hidden with partial repairs/upgrades. Some homeowners are simply better with routine […]
Home Inspectors Jacksonville
A Homeowners Worst Nightmare
I knew the wall in this home would be water damaged. Without this hole in the wall, how would you know the wall in your home was rotting? Even more importantly, how would your home inspector know?
The Insurance Marketplace
The Florida insurance marketplace is an absolute mess, and it appears to be getting worse. Homebuyers and homeowners who are accustomed to shopping for the best rates with multiple carriers are in for a rude surprise. You may be lucky to get one quote; and you probably won’t like the price, the coverage, or recognize […]
Adhered Manufactured Stone Veneer (AMSV)
You’re buying a home and it has Adhered Manufactured Stone Veneer (AMSV). What do you know about it? Better yet, what does your home inspector know about it?