Longwood, Florida

 

 

 

If you are buying a home in the Longwood, Florida area, we should be your choice in home inspection.  Whether you are considering a small condo in The Springs or a an estate in Sweetwater, we have you covered for your pre-purchase, due diligence home inspection.

Longwood is home to many notable communities and was one of the first metro Orlando areas to develop master planned communities.  The Woodlands, Wekiva and Sabal Pointe led the way with over 4,00 homes.  Notable communities of Alaqua, Sweetwater, Wingfield  North, Wingfield Reserve, Markham Glen, Markham Meadows and Springs Landing followed with many others.  National production builders such as Taylor Woodrow, Centex and Beazer have excellent communities in Alaqua Lakes, Hidden Oak Estates and Longwood Club.

Many construction styles and materials are found in the Longwood communities.  While concrete block was prominent in early 1960’s to 1990’s homes, today we find wood frame with stucco and EIFS panels and lots of stone/brick veneer.  Roof styles run the gamut from straight HIP and gable to complex roof designs common on estate homes. While many experienced home inspectors may be suitable for a typical ranch home, you may want a more experienced inspector for your estate home who holds additional licensure such as a General Contractor, EIFS/Stucco Inspector or licensed Mold Assessor.

Whether you are purchasing a 1960’s home in The Woodlands, an estate home in Sweetwater or Alaqua, a distinctive Markham Woods home or a new production home, we have the experience to assist you with your home inspection.

Does your home have a pool or spa?  Do you know often, the pool costs more than the roof or AC to replace?  Wouldn’t it make sense that your home inspector have real credentials to inspect your pool?  Most home inspectors do not have a license or real certification to properly inspect a pool.  Most home inspectors rely upon a little on-line training from a home inspector association – that is simply not good enough!

Longwood pic 2All of our inspectors are Certified Pool Operators by the NSPF – the accreditation source for pool operators in the USA.  Why?  Because the pool/spa is a considerable investment in the property and you deserve to know the true condition.  You only get that with our firm!

If you are considering a renovation loan for one of Longwood’s classic homes, we are the renovation consultant of choice by most of the area’s prime lenders.  We can also refer you to experienced realtors and lenders if you need assistance.

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Since 1986 – over 15,000 inspections
Thermal Imaging available
Drones for extreme roofs
Crawler camera for tight crawlspaces
Advanced moisture detection equipment
Company vans and uniformed inspectors
EIFS/Stucco Certified Inspector, FL-122
Licensed General Contractor
Licensed Mold Assessor
Licensed Home Inspector
Licensed Pest Control Operator
Certified Pool Operator

We research building permits!

All of our inspectors are Certified Building Consultants®.  Each inspector must hold at least (3) separate licenses/certifications to qualify.  You won’t get that level of expertise anywhere else!

Give us a call to discuss your Longwood home purchase.  You’ll be glad you did!

     855-932-3784
Let our courteous staff recommend an inspection package just for you!

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