INSPECTION TYPES FROM OMEGA HOME INSPECTION FL, YOUR HOME INSPECTION EXPERTS IN THE TAMPA BAY AREA.
Omega Home Inspection FL provides the greater Tampa Bay area Home Inspections, 4 Point Inspections, Wind Mitigations, Light Commercial Building Inspections, Condominium Inspections.
Every full home inspection receives an ASHI Certified Home Inspection. Combine the Home Inspection with a 4 Point Inspection and Wind Mitigation for combination discount pricing.
Also, we always honor our military and first responders with a discount on their pricing.
Listing of the types of properties we inspect:
- Residential Homes
- New Construction
- Home Re-inspections
- Insurance Letters – 4 Point Inspections (Roof, Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing)
- Wind Mitigation Inspections
- Light Commercial Building Inspections
- FHA Compliance Inspections
- Mobile Home Inspections
Have your home inspected with confidence from Omega Home Inspection FL. We provide a thorough and ASHI certified inspection and inspect the following items:
We look at the foundation type, framing materials and check for major and minor problems visible in the foundation, floor, wall and roof framing.
The electrical panel is removed and checked for capacity and safety. The electrical outlets are tested and the electrical system is evaluated in terms of its current condition. Upgrades and repairs are noted and recommended as appropriate.
Heating and Air Conditioning Inspection
The property is assessed for the capacity of the existing air conditioning equipment. The age of the equipment and life expectancy of the unit is considered and recommendations are made for appropriate repairs and upgrades.
Faucets, fixtures, piping are checked for function and flow throughout the property for leaks and life expectancy. Conditions and potential repairs are noted. The inspection includes an evaluation of laundry equipment as well as water heaters.
Attic/Crawl Space/Slab Inspection
Property is visually inspected for water damage and water seepage and structural problems.
All appliances are tested for operational capacity and deficiencies noted. Age of each piece is approximated as well as life expectancy.
Walls, floors and ceiling surfaces are evaluated for evidence of water penetration, fire hazards, and other problematic conditions.
The roof will be inspected (where pitch and safety allow). Roof runoffs and landscape drainage are inspected. Steps, walkways, and balconies are checked for surface problems and safety hazards.