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Florida Home Inspection Team Inc. prides itself in providing quality service to our customers. You can be assured that when you hire us, we are working for you, and not the real estate agent, broker, or mortgatge company. After all, you will be living in the home after closing, not them. We will provide you with a comprehensive report, with pictures, so you can make an informed decision. At Florida Home Inspection Team Inc. we feel you should know exactly what you are buying. We conduct comprehensive home inspections, 4-point insurance inspections, wind mitigation inspections, and 25 year roof certification inspections.

We are members of FABI (Florida Association of Building Inspectors). www.fabi.org and all reports adhere strictly to their standards of practice. We are also members of IHINA (Independent Home Inspectors of North America) www.ihina.com. We are licensed - license #: HI197 and insured.

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Residential Home Inspections
Licensed & Insured
New Construction Inspections
Home Inspection Reports Within 24 Hours w/ Photos
Foreclosure Bank Inspections
Structural Inspections
Moisture & Water Infiltration Testing
4 Point Insurance & Property Inspections
Field Service Inspections
Pest Inspections
Complete Home Inspection Services
Home Buyer's Inspection
Pre-Listing Seller Inspections
Flat Roof Surveys
Pre-Purchase Inspections
Real Estate Inspections
Certified Professional Inspector
Real Estate Inspection Services
Pre-Sale Home Inspection
Real Estate Purchase Inspections
Exterior Inspection
Condominium Inspections
Property Inspections
Pre-list Inspections
Basement/Crawl Space/Slab Inspection
Roof Inspections
Years Of Experience
Interior Inspections
Town Home Inspections
Infrared / Thermal Scans
Pool & Spa Inspections
Electrical Inspections
We Will Do Roof/attic Inspections
Foundation Inspections
HVAC Inspections
Plumbing System Inspection
Prompt Service
We Actually Walk The Roof
Expert Witness Testimony
Garages & Garage Doors
Dispute Resolution
Mobile & Manufactured Home Inspection
Investment Property
Multifamily Inspection
FHA/VA Foundation Certification
Second Opinion Inspections
Wind Mitigation Inspections
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Phone: Cell: 305-490-2513. Office: 305-430-8800 Our office is open Mon - Fri from 9am to 5pm. If we do not


Loose perimeter shingles
Termite droppings in attic

Wire too large for the lug and has been cut to fit.
Leak verified with moisture meter. 50% reading is high.

Roof is past its life. needs replacement
Leak verified with moisture meter

Fuse panel. Many insurance companies are no longer insuring fuses. Cost replacement is $900.00 and up.
Leak verified with moisture meter

Leaking water heater
Incoming electrical drip loop too low

Improperly bonded distribution panel
Excessive settlement crack in wall

Roof is beyond its lilfe
Leak found in attic

Improper pipe materials and installation
Improper drain pipe

Improper water heater TPR relief line
Disposer missing clamp at bottom plate

Burned outlet
Flat roof laps not secured

Damage under crawl space
Open older vent stack on roof will leak

Double wired terminals
double lugging at main electrical feeds

Evidence of a roof leak
Too many wires in one area creates a fire hazard

Cast iron waste pipe leaking
Deteriorated roof covering. This was also a roof over.

This balcony railing was not attached at the base
Leaking drain pipe under a crawl space

Wet ceiling confirmed with a moisture meter
Missing protective clamp at disposer. Potential shock hazard

garage door electronic eyes missing and wired at top of opener
Missing framing screws in window frame

Leaking exterior wall from water heater
improper clearance for service panel.

left box improperly wired from main service panel. Has no overcurrent protection.
Roof leak in attic

Improper bonding at distribution panel. Grounds and neutrals must be separated.
ungrounded outlet

Improper installation of Tankless water heater. Copper pipes must be used at inlet and outlet and for the first 36 inches. No permits on this installation
Missing bond wire on pool pump. This can electrify the water in the pool

Loose ridge tiles

Bucket in attic under roof leak
evidence of roof leak along side of house

Ceiling under second floor bathroom was wet









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